Cincalok is a Malaysian condiment consisting of shrimps or krill that have been fermented with salt and cooked rice. The shrimps are typically small in size and left whole, and the condiment is characterized by its pungent smell and a combination of salty and sour flavors.
Although it is usually enjoyed as a dipping sauce, served on the side and preferably complemented by a squeeze of lime juice, shallots, and sliced chilies, it can also be used as a cooking ingredient. Cincalok originates from Malaysian Melaka (Malacca), but nowadays it is enjoyed throughout Malaysia as well as other parts of Southeast Asia.
Payment & Security
Your payment information is processed securely. We do not store credit card details nor have access to your credit card information.