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Balinese Seasoning - Salt Free

Balinese Seasoning - Salt Free

Also known as:
Balinese Blend
Origin:
USA
Cuisines:
Balinese
Taste Adventures:
Curries, Chicken, Fish, Beef, Goat, Tempeh, Coconut Milk Sauces, Stews, Noodles, Meatballs, Grilled Meats & Vegetables
Ingredients:
Organic Turmeric, Lemongrass, Organic Onion, Chiles, Organic Garlic, Organic Ginger, Galangal, Thai Lime Leaf, Black Pepper, Coriander, Bay Leaves

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This spicy, salt free blend gives the flavor of Balinese cuisine to a variety of dishes. Try in curries, stews and coconut milk based sauces. Great for grilling and roasting too. Use to season chicken, fish, beef, goat dishes, meatballs or tempeh. Try our recipe below for a taste of Bali:

Satay Lilit is made by wrapping a mix of coconut, spices and meat around thick skewers and grilling over a flame. Wide, flat skewers allow the ground meat mix to hold while grilling and helps the dish cook faster. Traditionally this might be made over an outdoor flame with plentiful lemongrass stalks as aromatic skewers, but wide bamboo skewers are inexpensive and your oven's broiler setting works just fine. Coconut cream can be made from canned coconut milk by placing the can in the refrigerator for an hour - the rich coconut cream will solidify and the thin coconut water will separate.
In place of pork, this dish can also be made with a mix of 1/2 pound ground firm white fish and 1/2 pound of ground cleaned and de-veined shrimp.

Ingredients:
1 pound Ground Pork
2 Tbs Coconut Cream
1-2 tsp Fish Sauce to taste
1 Tbs Balinese Blend
2 tsp Palm Sugar or 1 tsp plain white sugar
2 Tbs Ground Coconut - dessicated is okay, not sweetened
Vegetable or Coconut Oil for brushing

Bamboo Skewers should be soaked 15 minutes before using to help keep them from burning - they can be found at asian markets and specialty food stores.

Mix all ingredients in a bowl until smooth and becoming sticky. To test the seasoning, fry a teaspoon of the mixture in a pan and taste, add more salt or fish sauce if necessary. Wrap 3-4 Tablespoons of the meat mixture around the end of each skewer, then brush the meat with oil. Grill over a medium high heat or cook on a foiled pan under the broiler, watching carefully and turning every couple minutes to brown evenly and cook through. Serve with Jasmine rice, peanut sauce and lime wedges.

Purchasing Options

Ground

Net Wt Container Price Qty
1.0 oz. 1/4 Cup Glass Jar
$5.89
2.3 oz. 1/2 Cup Glass Jar
$9.79
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