Monday, May 12, 2014


Oh my!! I'm salivating by just looking at the picture of this condiment that I took long time ago. Simple to make, appetizing and go well with grilled fish. I could just eat it with a bowl of white rice for my lunch and dinner with lots of cucumbers.

Cincalok is made of fermented small shrimps. It has strong smell and taste and you will either like it or hate it. For me it is heaven's food! Store-bought cincalok is very salty if you eat just like that and it won't taste as good.



2 tbsp of cincalok
1 red chilli deseed n chopped 
2 tsp of sugar
1 tbsp fish sauce
1 tbsp light soy sauce
7 limes, halved and squeezed out the juice
1 medium size onions, coarsely chopped


1. Squeeze away the juice of the cincalok with your palm under running water. This will help to reduce the saltiness of cincalok while maintaining its taste.

2. Mix all ingredients together and serve.

1. Add one bird of small chilli if you want it really spicy.

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