‘Rempah’ means ‘fresh spice paste’ in the Malay language, and it’s the base of many Southeast Asian curries. Made with aromatic herbs and spices, rempah takes time (and elbow grease) to make. After struggling to find great ready-made pastes in London, Rempapa founder and cookery writer, Shu Han Lee, spent hours preparing large batches of rempah to freeze. Lee took production one step further and carefully developed four jarred pastes (inspired by family recipes) all free from preservatives, gluten and dairy.
Rempapa recipes you should try: