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fish sauce

noun
1.
a spicy sauce made from the fermented liquid of salt-cured fish, especially anchovies, popular as a flavoring or condiment in Southeast Asian cookery.
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  • Heat minestrone up in a small pan, adding soy and fish sauce and sesame oil.
  • Such dishes include rice paper to wrap the ingredients into tasty rolls suitable for dipping in fish sauce.
  • Both versions are accompanied by sweetened fish sauce and whole garlic cloves.
  • The relatively large amount of fish sauce is important for the flavor of the dish.
  • Mix together oil, fish sauce, and soy sauce and brush on cut sides of bread.
  • Add the vinegar mixture and the fish sauce and stir well.
  • In supermarkets, you can easily find fish sauce and wasabi.
  • fish sauce is a colored, strongly flavored extract of marine fish with a high salt content.
  • The recipe database described the fish component for ten fish-related food codes as fish cake, fish sticks, or fish sauce.
  • The recipe database described the fish component for eleven fish-related food codes as fish cake, fish sticks, or fish sauce.

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