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Koningsvogel

Koningsvogel
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Try this Babi Ketjap seasoning mix for preparing flavourful Indonesian meat dishes. Read more
Koningsvogel
Article code 8718719365052
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Koningsvogel
Article code 8718719365793
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The Surinaamse Sambal of koningsvogel is made of Surinamese peppers. One of the spiciest sambals of the brand Koningsvogel! Read more
Koningsvogel
Article code 8718719365809
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The Surinaamse Sambal of Koningsvogel is made of Surinamese peppers. One of the spiciest sambals of the brand Koningsvogel! Read more
Koningsvogel
Article code 8718719365656
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Koningsvogel is a family owned business that produces Indonesian Sambals. It is a well known brand in the Netherlands.

Perfect to use as a condiment in your favorite dish or simply as a dipsauce to spice things up a bit. Read more
€2,00
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Koningsvogel is a family owned business that produces Indonesian Sambals. It is a well known brand in the Netherlands.

Perfect to use as a condiment in your favorite dish or simply as a dipsauce to spice things up a bit. Read more
Koningsvogel
Article code 8718719365717
€3,35
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The Sambal Peteh of Koningsvogel is a mild hotsauce made of Sator beans. The Sator beans have a bitter flavor and have a strong smell, thats why they are also called stink beans. Read more
Koningsvogel
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The Sambal Peteh of Koningsvogel is a mild hotsauce made of Sator beans. The Sator beans have a bitter flavor and have a strong smell, thats why they are also called stink beans. Read more
Koningsvogel
Article code 8718719365885
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The Sambal Oelek of Koningsvogel is one of their classics! It is a mild-salt sambal which is more used as a cooking ingredient than dipping sauce. With the Sambal Oelek you have a good basis for many sauces and boemboe's! Read more
Koningsvogel
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The Sambal Oelek of Koningsvogel is one of their classics! It is a mild-salt sambal which is more used as a cooking ingredient than dipping sauce. With the Sambal Oelek you have a good basis for many sauces and boemboe's! Read more
Koningsvogel
€1,60
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The Sambal Oelek of Koningsvogel is one of their classics! It is a mild-salt sambal which is more used as a cooking ingredient than dipping sauce. With the Sambal Oelek you have a good basis for many sauces and boemboe's! Read more
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This sambal of Koningsvogel was created specially for the fried rice. It is a medium spicy sambal that you can serve with any rice or noodle dish! Read more
Koningsvogel
Article code 8718719365748
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This sambal of Koningsvogel was created specially for the fried rice. It is a medium spicy sambal that you can serve with any rice or noodle dish! Read more
Koningsvogel
Article code 8718719365878
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The Sambal Manis is a sweet and slightly spicy. Often it is used as in the peanut sauce or as a dipping sauce for prawn crackers. Read more
Koningsvogel
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De Sambal Manis is een zoete en licht pittige sambal. Vaak wordt deze gebruikt als sambal in de pindasaus of bij de kroepoek. Read more
Koningsvogel
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The Sambal Manis is a sweet and slightly spicy. Often it is used as in the peanut sauce or as a dipping sauce for prawn crackers. Read more
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This spicy sambal of Koningsvogel is made of candlenuts. A traditional Indonesian ingredient for many dishes. It has a slightly bitter taste. Read more
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Herbal mix for preparing a vegetable dish. Lightly spicy herb base for beans or other vegetables. Authentic recipe Read more
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Sambal Djeroek is a fresh, but hot sambal made from Indonesian Kaffir limes. Read more
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Sambal Djeroek is a fresh, but hot sambal made from Indonesian Kaffir limes. Read more
Koningsvogel

For more than half a century we have been offering you the opportunity to put the most beautiful Indonesian dishes on the table as simply as possible. Because when our founder Rachel Flem-Sassoon compiled the first King's bird spice mixes in her kitchen in The Hague in the fifties of the last century, she had only one goal: Everyone is entitled to a tasty and authentic Indionesian meal and should have the opportunity have to prepare them easily.

Indonesian cuisine is widely loved. And not for nothing, because with its enormous variety of dishes and accompanying flavors, there is something for everyone and there is a lot to discover. We would like to enjoy every day a delicious homemade Indonesian meal, but lack of time requires us to quick solutions where there are often concessions to the taste. In addition to lack of time, many see the search for the right herbs that are necessary for preparing an Indian meal, as a major obstacle. Let alone the application of those herbs in the right proportions.