Shrimp paste là gì

This Vietnamese fermented shrimp sauce (Mam Tom) is the traditional dipping sauce for Hanoi Fried Fish with Turmeric & Dill (Cha Ca La Vong).

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Mam Tom is not for the faint of heart. It has a strong và pungent smell. It’s made from a mixture of fermented shrimp paste, fresh crushed garlic, water và lemon juice.


Vietnamese Fermented Shrimp Sauce (Mam Tom)

Makes 3/4 cup

Ingredients

2 tablespoons granulated sugar2 tablespoons fresh lime or lemon juice (about 1 small lemon/lime)1 tablespoon water 4 cloves garlic (peel & mince) 1-2 chili peppers (slice thin)

Instructions

In a small bowl, mix together shrimp paste, sugar, lemon/lime juice, & MSG until fully dissolved. Mix in garlic. Garnish with chili peppers.
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