SRI LANKA Coconut Lime Hot Sauce
This traditional Sri Lankan sauce is made from coconut, shallots, dried whole chilies, lime juice, and salt – it is both spicy and refreshing, and very addicting. In Sri Lanka, it is mostly used as an accompaniment with rice and curries, but can be used with any meat, fish, or vegetable dish.
Sri Lanka, an island at the southern tip of India, is home to the distinctively-spotted Sri Lankan leopard, as well as a traditional dish called “sambol,” a paste made of ground coconut, chiles, and lime juice (not to be confusion with Indonesian sambol, which is spicy and garlic-y). Our Sri Lankan sauce can be used as a dipping sauce, or added to the dish after cooking - just stir in the amount of heat you like. It also is a wonderful base for curry-style dishes, or use as a grill sauce for chicken satay.
Ingredients: Coconut milk, Hot peppers, Water, Grapeseed oil, Shallots, Garlic, Rice wine vinegar, Lime Juice, Fish sauce, Salt, Tamarind Paste
|Dimensions||2.5 × 2.5 × 3 in|