Shrimp Paste

Shrimp Paste Record from Hot Sauce Survey

Hot Sauce Survey is Supported by Sponsors Like
Awesome CBD Tinctures Direct to Your Door!
Awesome CBD Tinctures Direct to Your Door!
Images Sourced from the Shrimp paste Wikipedia Record.
Ingredient NameShrimp Paste
Ingredient Type Meat
Wikipedia SummaryShrimp paste or prawn sauce is a fermented condiment commonly used in Southeast Asian and Southern Chinese cuisines. They are either sold in their wet form or are sun-dried and either cut into rectangular blocks or sold in bulk. It is made from the same Acetes shrimp as in Indonesian and Malaysian variants (known in Filipino/Tagalog as alamang) and is commonly eaten as a topping on green mangoes (also boiled saba bananas or cassava), used as a major cooking ingredient, or sauteed and eaten with white rice. Belacan, a Malay variety of shrimp paste, is prepared from small shrimp from the Acetes species, known as geragau in Malaysia or rebon in Indonesia. In Thailand shrimp paste (kapi, กะปิ, IPA: [kapìʔ]) is an essential ingredient in many types of nam phrik, spicy dips or sauces, and in all Thai curry pastes, such as the paste used in kaeng som.
Wikipedia LinkWikiPedia Link
Add A Review You Must Be Logged In To Leave a Review
Recipes Using This (1)
Manufacturers Using This (1)
Date Added10 Months Ago
Date Last Updated2 Months Ago
Contributorteamdominators
Hot Sauce Survey is Supported by Sponsors Like
Wholesale Delta 8 THC Products & More!
Wholesale Delta 8 THC Products & More!
Hot Sauce Survey is Supported by Sponsors Like
Have You Tried Hemp Direct Premium CBD Oil Yet?
Have You Tried Hemp Direct Premium CBD Oil Yet?