Fried Kaffir Lime Chili Relish (น้ำพริกมะกรูดผัด ; naam phrik magruut phat)

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Fried chili relishes (nam phrik phat, น้ำพริกผัด) are designed to last: they are preserved by frying the relish in fat, which evaporates its moisture and penetrates the food body of the relish with buttery, burnt and nutty qualities.

Kaffir lime fried chili relish is a tasty example of these fried chili relishes, made with ordinary ingredients that are layered into a complex result. The body of the relish is composed mostly from garlic and shallots, both of which are roasted unpeeled.

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