chillies, shallots, cilantro, coriander, lime, sugar

A type of Nam Jim or dipping sauce normally served with grilled protein "Yangs" made with dried red chillies. Traditionally, the chillies are lightly toasted over open flame and pounded into tiny flakes. Fresh galangal, another traditional ingredient, is prepared the same way. Then, true to its northeastern origin, toasted rice powder is also a required ingredient in many family recipes. The herbs and aromatics then go into a mixture of fish sauce, lime juice, and sometimes palm sugar. Jaew …

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Created July 28, 2016 by: foodmaster

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