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The sambal, or Malaysian chili sauce, is rich and deliciously savory, made with shallots, ginger, galangal, lemongrass, and tamarind.
These tend to be comprised of fresh ingredients—think lemongrass, ginger, galangal, chiles, and/or herbs—that are ground together to make a thick puree.
Add the galangal, turmeric, and cilantro roots and do the same.
Kuay teaw ped toon Forget chicken noodle soup: In this dish, egg noodles come together with tender, flavorful duck that's been simmered for hours in a stew of galangal, garlic, cinnamon, star anise, soy sauce, and five-spice powder.
From the crunch of the nori to the yellow of curry, to the heat of the galangal and ginger.
Pan sib, aka fried puff with fish filling, are white fillets turned into a paste and blended with coriander seeds, garlic, Thai pepper, roasted peanuts, onions, cilantro, palm sugar, and galangal.
A tiny card features suggestions for how to tackle the ingredients, from wormwood to vodka infused with galangal, a plant in the ginger family.
For gai yang, Isan-style barbecue chicken, thigh meat is bathed in milk muddled with lemongrass and galangal.
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Origin and Etymology of galangal
First Known Use: 13th centurySee Words from the same year
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