fish sauce

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fish sauce

n.
A pungent, salty liquid made from fermented fish, often anchovies, used as a seasoning and condiment in Southeast Asian cuisine.
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1 tablespoon fish sauce (nampla) finely grated rind and juice of 1/2 lime
To serve eight, you will require 400g (1lb) of good quality, thinly sliced smoked salmon, 400g (1lb) of smoked salmon pieces or trimmings - these are generally much cheaper than the standard cuts; 200g (8oz) of mayonnaise, 200ml (7 floz) of double cream, the juice of 1 lemon, 1 tsp of nampla (Thai fish sauce), 4 sheets of leaf gelatine, 250ml (8.5floz) of fish or vegetable stock, brown toast to serve, and fresh dill to garnish.
Add the mayonnaise, cream, lemon juice, nampla and a little salt and pepper.