Asian Vegetables with Indonesian Tomato SambalPosted in Food on November 21, 2015
I’m all about getting a variety of greens in your diet and this dish is a great way to do this by adding some asian vegetables you may not be used to consuming as often as our “standard” greens. The tomato samba is a fragrant sauce that makes it come alive, I was inspired by all the wonderful sambal additions you get with your meals when in Bali. YUM!!
- A few bunches of Asian Vegetables. I like chinese broccoli, bok choy and chop sum
- 4 Lime leaves chopped finely
- Handful of Fried shallots
- 3 Tablespoons of Tamari
- Dash of Sesame Oil
- 3 tomatos
- Coconut oil
- 6 garlic cloves
- Half a cup of raw cashew nuts
- 5 long red chillies seeded
- Dash of tamari
- Juice of 1/2 to 1 lime.
- Blend all the ingredients for the tomato sambal in the blender, minus the oil.
- Heat coconut oil and then add the tomato salsa mix it in a deep fry pan and heat for 5 minutes. It will decrease in size.
- Top with fried shallots.
- Steam the vegetables for a few minutes then mix in a bowl with lime leaves, shallots, oil and tamari
- Serve hot with rice and sambal and what ever else takes your fancy.