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Traditional Asian dishes


19 Pastes

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Lemak Cili Padi is a spicy dish with ‘cili padi’ (bird’s eye chillies) as its main ingredient. While the dish is normally cooked with chicken, this can be substituted with fish or prawns.

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Asam Pedas (Assam) Paste

Asam Pedas, literally ‘Sour Spicy” – is a classic Malay dish. This dish is normally spicy as black pepper is one of the key ingredients and its tangy zing is due to the assam (tamarind)!

Ayam Masak Merah

Ayam Masak Merah is a unique dish with sweet and sour flavours. Made with a range of spices and herbs, the tanginess from the tomato puree packs an interesting ‘zing’! This dish goes well with ‘nasi minyak’ or plain rice.


Bonesteak Paste

An Indian-Malay dish of mutton bones, cooked with chillies, spices and tomato puree – This dish is also known as ‘Sup Tulang’ and is normally served with bread.


Ikan Bakar (BBQ Fish) Paste

Ikan Bakar means ‘grilled fish’ in Malay. It is normally grilled with banana leaves – resulting in an enhanced flavour and fragrance from the burnt banana leaves.


Kari Ayam (Chicken Curry) Paste

An indian dish, ‘kari ayam’ or ‘chicken curry’ uses variety of spices. Simmered in a coconut milk sauce, it goes well with ‘roti prata’ (indian pancake).


Kari Ikan (Fish Curry) Paste

Kari Ikan or ‘fish curry’ is an indian dish. It gets a lovely, tangy flavour from the ‘assam’ (tamarind), and is rich with indian spices.


Lada Hitam (Black Pepper) Paste

‘Lada Hitam’ (black pepper) is a stir-fried dish of black pepper and spices. This black pepper beef dish is amongst the favourites in Asia. Other than a dish, it can also serve as a chicken, prawns or meat for marinade for barbecues!


Lemak Cili Padi (Spicy Coconut Cream ) Paste

Lemak Cili Padi is a spicy dish with ‘cili padi’ (bird’s eye chillies) as its main ingredient. While the dish is normally cooked with chicken, this can be substituted with fish or prawns.


Lodeh (Lontong) Paste

Lodeh is a popular, coconut-based vegetable dish, normally eaten with ‘lontong’ (compressed rice). This dish is often served during festive seasons such as ‘Hari Raya’ (Eid Al-Fitr). Common ingredients include long beans, tofu, tempeh (fermented bean) and cabbage.


Nasi Mandhi Paste

Nasi Mandhi is an Arabic-type rice dish served with either roasted chicken, lamb or other meat. With this paste, you’ll get the full spectrum of aromatic, Arabic flavours to tickle your tastebuds!


Opor Ayam (Indonesian Chicken Curry) Paste

Opor ayam is a chicken dish cooked in coconut milk. It is also a popular dish for Hari Raya or Raya’ (Eid Al-Fitr) usually eaten with ketupat.


Rempah Goreng Chef Bob Paste

This Malaysian style crispy spiced fried chicken (Ayam Goreng Berempah) is an all time favourite dish and extremely delectable. With our Rempah Goreng Paste – look forward to look forward to a crunchy and juicy light crust bursting with the aroma of herbs and spices!


Rendang Paste

Rendang is a spicy meat dish simmered with coconut milk sauce till meat is tender. Kaffir and turmeric leaves make it fragrant. A traditional dish often served during such as ‘Hari Raya’ (Eid Al-Fitr).


Salted Egg Paste (Premium)

Now a quintessentially Singaporean staple, our salted egg paste will complement prawns, seafood, and even meat – bringing that salty-sweet, eggy goodness right into your kitchen, minus all the hassle!


Sambal Goreng Paste

A rich, spicy coconut dish. Sambal goreng can be cooked in 2 ways, with vegetables and prawns; or as ‘sambal goring pengantin’, with meat and liver as the main ingredients. This traditional dish is a ‘must’ during festive occasions such as ‘ Hari Raya’ (Eid Al-Fitr) or wedding ceremonies.


Sambal Tumis (Sambal) Paste

Sambal Tumis is a spicy, chili-based sauce which main ingredients is puréed chillies. It has a sweet, spicy, savoury, and tangy taste. It best eaten with ‘nasi lemak’ or coconut rice.