Pol Sambal – Coconut Sambal

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Ingredients :

  • 2 cups of fresh coconut or desiccated
  • 2 small onions or shallots
  • ​​1 green chili
  • 1 clove garlic
  • 1 tablespoon of chopped red chili
  • Salt
  • 1 lime juice

Preparation :

If using dry coconut rehydrate with 1/4 of warm water.

Cut into chunks and chop in a blender or mortar the onions or shallots, the green chili, the garlic and mix them in a bowl.

Add coconut and mix, then add the red chili and the lime juice, salt and pepper.

Let marinate at least 2 hours in refrigerator.

Serve with rice and curry.

Tips : You can use a coconut as you empty yourself, but the work can be long if you have not used.

Anecdotes : Pol means coconut in Sinhalese.

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