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Nam Prik

Information about Nam Prik plus Recipes

Speciality Dish - Thailand


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Thai "Nam prik"  (sometimes spelt Nahm Phrik) is a general term used to describe a  spicy paste  which is prepared in a variety of ways.  It's Thailand's equivalent to the Indian "Sambal" and is served as an condiment with rice, vegetables, meats, poultry and fish but can also be served as a dip.

 

The basic ingredients of Nam prik are some type of fish paste, garlic, fresh chilies, fish sauce and lime juice however they vary from region to region and can include garlic, dried fish, tamarind pulp, fruit such as green mango and nuts.

Below are 3 Nam Prik recipes for you to try.

Happy Cooking!

Nam Prik Kiga     CD   ACC    10mins

Nam Prik Kaeng Kari     CD   ACC  15mins

Nam Prik Paow     CD   ACC   15mins

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