Rujak Buah (spicy sweet fruit salad). Let's make Indonesian rujak buah/fruit salad and serve it with the iconic spicy palm sugar sauce. This colorful salad is gluten-free and can feed a crowd. Indonesian rujak buah, or rojak buah in Malaysia/Singapore, is basically a fruit salad.
This time I picked the Surabaya style rujak manis. This rujak manis is one of many rujaks that I grew up with. For Malaysian and Singaporean, rujak is pronounced as rojak. You can have Rujak Buah (spicy sweet fruit salad) using 10 ingredients and 3 steps. Here is how you achieve it.
Ingredients of Rujak Buah (spicy sweet fruit salad)
- You need of Salad (peanut sauce):.
- You need 50 gram of fried peanut.
- Prepare 50 gram of palm sugar.
- It’s 1 of bit tamarind.
- Prepare 5 of red chili.
- It’s 1 of bit salt.
- Prepare 4 tbsp of water.
- You need 1 pieces of fried garlic.
- You need 1 of bit shrimp paste.
- You need of Fruits (any fruit you have, you can add fried tofu if you like).
There are several versions of rujak in Indonesia. The most popular rujak variant is rujak buah (fruit rujak), which is mixed sliced fruit and vegetables served with a spicy palm sugar dressing. Unlike common fruit salads, rujak is often described as tangy and spicy fruit salad due to its sweet, hot and spicy dressing made from ground chilli, palm sugar and peanuts. Spicy fruit salad (rujak) (Feast magazine) Previous Next Show Grid.
Rujak Buah (spicy sweet fruit salad) instructions
- Mash the fried peanut, chili, salt, garlic, tamarind, shrimp paste, and palm sugar until smooth. Add water, mix with spoon.
- Cut any fruit you have.
- You can dip your slice fruits into hot salad, enjoy it 😊.
Think zesty, fresh and summer-y all in one bowl!. Rujak (or rojak in Malaysia) is a traditional fruit and vegetable salad dish commonly found in Indonesia. There are lots of variations to rujak; however, the most popular one is rujak buah (fruit salad). Unlike the fruit salads that most of us know, rujak is a spicy and tangy fruit salad. Rujak Buah (Indonesian Fruit Salad with Spicy Palm Sugar and Tamarind Dressing) is sold by street food vendors in Indonesia.