kaffir lime

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kaffir lime

n. Offensive
See makrut lime. See Usage Note at kaffir.

[Probably from Kaffir (applied to Citrus hystrix for unknown reasons).]
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Find makrut lime leaves in well-stocked Asian supermarkets.
It mixes Absolut Elyx vodka with house-made "zingy cordial" (a combination of lime, zara lebu citrus fruit skin, lemongrass, shiso, makrut lime leaves and sugar) and Electric Bitters (made with the tongue-numbing, buzz-button flower), shaken and strained into a coupe and garnished with Bowie's signature lightning bolt.
Following the previous study, this experiment was conducted to screen other tropical plants such as Poncirus trifoliata fruit (Makrut), Zingiber officinale Rosc (Khing), Areca catechu L.
You can find lime leaves (aka kaffir or makrut lime leaves), turmeric, and galangal (a crisp, peppery rhizome) at Southeast Asian markets or on Amazon, com.
And if you're lucky enough to come across a bumpy-skinned and highly aromatic makrut lime, whirl its zest and juice into the paste in place of the regular lime.
Makrut Murgh Tikka was coated in kafir lime paste and had a smoky taste.
3 makrut lime leaves, crushed (may substitute 1 tablespoon finely grated lime zest)
Thai red curry paste *, such as Mae Ploy brand 6 kaffir lime (also called makrut or wild lime) leaves * or 2 tsp.
Instead of makrut (or kaffir) lime leaves, I swapped in a couple of wide slices of lime peel.
minced lemon grass and 2 makrut (Kaffir) lime leaves instead of the grated lime zest in step 4, and use Thai basil instead of regular.
2 makrut lime leaves, torn into small pieces (may substitute a few wide strips of lime peel)