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A spicy dipping sauce that is pretty addicting. The use of fish sauce, chilies, and garlic will give grilled meats and rice a nice punch.
Add everything to a mixing bowl, and whisk until all of the sugar dissolves. Feel free to taste as you go along. If it is too salty, add more sugar or lime juice. If you are not used to fish sauce, this might stir you up a bit. Fish sauce is a bit stinky and salty, but there is something about it that is really amazing, and when paired with the chilies and the garlic and lime, well, now you have got yourself a sauce.
You can let this sauce sit and marry the flavors, but it’s good right from the start. If you are looking for something different, and something good (well, at least in my opinion), give this one a shot.
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