Amazing Thai Condiments

Amazing Thai Condiments
1/3 cup sunflower oil plus 1 tab (reserve)
1/2 pound dried anchovies, heads removed
1/3 pound smoked chile flakes
2 shallots, thinly sliced
2 cloves garlic, minced
1 tab sunflower oil

Heat wok, add 1/3 cup oil and fry the dried anchovies in 2 batches, stirring continuously, for 3-4 minutes each time.

Remove the anchovies with a slotted spoon and drain on paper towels.

Let them cool. Place some in a mortar with a pestle and pound, keep adding anchovies until all are coarsely ground.

Now clean out the wok using a paper towel.

Heat the wok again, add the 1 tab of oil and swirl to coat the wok.

Add the chile flakes, shallots and garlic, stirring continuously, for 2-3 minutes.

Now add the anchovies, and stir fry for another minute.

Place on a plate with double paper towels to absorb excess oil, and let cool.

Store it in glass jar with as secure top. Will keep for up to 2 weeks orm longer in the frigerator.

This is very tasty with rice!

Note: Thai Condiment recipes here on my site:

Condiments and Dipping Sauces are the backbone of Thai cuisine.
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Chile Vinegar Condiment (Prik dong)
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Chile-Ginger-Garlic Sauce (Nam Phrik Jaew)
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Cilantro Fish Sauce (Nam Pla Pak Chee)
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Cucumber Pickle (Aa Jaad )
This pickle is from Isan, IE Northeast Thailand.

Fish Sauce and Chile Sauce (Nam pla phrik)
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Flavourful Fish Sauce Condiment (Pak nam pla)
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Hot-Sweet Spicy Dipping Sauce (Nam Jeem Kai Yang)
This hot, sweet and spicy dipping sauce is excellent with barbecued chicken and deep fried snacks such as egg rolls or fried calamari.

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Roasted Chile Paste (Nam Phrik Pao)
Nam Phrik Pao is key to many Thai dishes and although prepared is available once you make your own you will never want to use the already made commercially available Nam Phrik Pao again.

Satey Sauce
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Sweet Soy with Ginger Condiment (Prik nam siyu wan)
This flavourful Thai dipping sauce is perfect with any Thai meal.

Sweet-Sour-Salty-Spicy Dipping Sauce
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