Ngapi Ye (Hot Burmese Anchovy Sauce)

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Ngapi Ye (Hot Burmese Anchovy Sauce)
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This highly aromatic Burmese sauce is commonly used to heat up Southeast
Asian curries. Shrimp or prawn paste may be substituted for the
fermented dried fish if you can't find it at the Asian market. In a
pinch, use canned anchovy fillets.



Ingredients


2 cups fermented dried fish or anchovies
1/2 cup water
1/4 cup shrimp powder (available in Asian markets)
1 teaspoon cayenne
2 tablespoons lime juice
6 cloves garlic, minced



Instructions


In a saucepan, bring the fish and water to a boil, then reduce the heat,
simmer for five minutes, and mash the fish. Remove from the heat and
when the mixture cools, add the remaining ingredients and stir well.

Servings
3/4 cup
Servings
3/4 cup
Ngapi Ye (Hot Burmese Anchovy Sauce)
Votes: 0
Rating: 0
You:
Rate this recipe!
Print Recipe

This highly aromatic Burmese sauce is commonly used to heat up Southeast
Asian curries. Shrimp or prawn paste may be substituted for the
fermented dried fish if you can't find it at the Asian market. In a
pinch, use canned anchovy fillets.



Ingredients


2 cups fermented dried fish or anchovies
1/2 cup water
1/4 cup shrimp powder (available in Asian markets)
1 teaspoon cayenne
2 tablespoons lime juice
6 cloves garlic, minced



Instructions


In a saucepan, bring the fish and water to a boil, then reduce the heat,
simmer for five minutes, and mash the fish. Remove from the heat and
when the mixture cools, add the remaining ingredients and stir well.

Servings
3/4 cup
Servings
3/4 cup
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