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Yay! I've got Tom Yum Spicy Sauce!


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My friend gave me a small bottle of this...

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Um, what can I do with it?

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My friend gave me a small bottle of this...

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Um, what can I do with it?

daughter just tried to read the Thai script and thinks it says Thai ka??.....which isn't much help really is it? :smile:

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OH. MY. GOD! I love this stuff. I have basically mixed with my Pho soups, stews and steamed dumplings. It adds a spicy-beefy richness to the Pho soup, a delicious after-taste in beef stews and a wonderful tangy-spicy one to steamed/fried dumplings. I'm afraid that this bottle won't last me a week. I'm addicted.

Peter - vodka martini? Sounds interesting! But alas, I don't drink. :)

Doddie aka Domestic Goddess

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Ah, well. The world will have to wait a little more for Thailand to have its signature martini.

The soup is a much better idea.

Where did the sauce originate? The box does have Thai on it, but the labeling looks much more Western.

Cheers,

Peter

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OH. MY. GOD! I love this stuff. I have basically mixed with my Pho soups, stews and steamed dumplings. It adds a spicy-beefy richness to the Pho soup, a delicious after-taste in beef stews and a wonderful tangy-spicy one to steamed/fried dumplings. I'm afraid that this bottle won't last me a week. I'm addicted.

hmmm let's hope msg isn't the culprit at work... :unsure:

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Peter - the label at the back says it is A PRODUCT OF THAILAND. My friend picked it up when he vacationed there earlier this year. Phuket I think.

Takadi - it says that the main ingredient is fish sauce. :unsure:

Doddie aka Domestic Goddess

"Nobody loves pork more than a Filipino"

eGFoodblog: Adobo and Fried Chicken in Korea

The dark side... my own blog: A Box of Jalapenos

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