This is Tuhau! (two—how)
Tuhau is a type of wild ginger, native to the jungles of Sabah Borneo, and it is used to make the dish of the same name. —tasteatlas
It is immensely popular in the Sabah region of Malaysia, where it is available all year long in most markets. There are many ways to serve the Tuhau other than pickled. They can also be serve as a Sambal, Serunding, etc. The Tuhau scientific name Etlingera Coccinea.
JERUK TUHAU (PICKLED TUHAU)
Ingredients: Tuhau, Chillies, Lime, Salt
SAMBAL TUHAU CONDIMENTS
Ingredients: Tuhau, Chillies, Cooking Oil, Salt
SERUNDENG TUHAU (TUHAU FLOSS)
Ingredients: Tuhau, Bunga Kantan (Torch Ginger), Lada Putih—Borneo Rare Capsicum (White a like chillies), Anchovies, Nuts, Cooking Oil, Salt
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