Lunu miris – spicy sambal

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    Ingredients :

    • 2 medium onions chopped
    • 4 tablespoons of fish to the Maldives
    • 2 tablespoons of dry red chili
    • 1 teaspoon of chili powder
    • 2 tablespoons of lemon juice
    • salt

    Preparation :

    Mix salt, red chili and chili powder in a mortar, then add the fish from Maldives chopped into small pieces then add the onions in the mortar and crush until a fine paste.

    Place in a bowl and add lemon juice, salt and mix.

    You can serve with rice, the chutney, sambal, hoppers …

    Tips : You can replace the onions with shallots and fish for shrimp by maldives.

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