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Sweet and Sour Dipping Sauce


I saw this recipe a while back in a Rick Stein cookery book. It's so easy to make - takes a few minutes and you're all done. Perfect with Thai fishcakes.


Sweet and Sour Dipping Sauce





You will need:
50ml white wine vinegar

100g caster sugar
1½tbsp water
2 tsp Thai fish sauce
50g cucumber, diced very finely


25g carrot, diced very finely
25g onion, chopped very finely
2 red bird's eye chillies, sliced thinly



How to do it:
Gently heat the vinegar, sugar and water in a small pan until the sugar has dissolved. Bring to the boil for 1 minute, then remove from the heat and leave to cool.

Stir in the fish sauce, cucumber, carrot, onion and chillies. Pour into four small dipping saucers.
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I seem to have bought a Tagine!

I'm starting this food blog that probably only my mum will ever look at - but hey ho here I go!

I recently bought Rick Stein's cookery book 'Mediterranean Escapes' which is filled with the yummiest recipes from the Med which of course includes Morocco. Well as you can imagine, I just had to buy a Tagine!


I looked on the net for ages trying to decide the best one to buy. In the end I thought this one was the best. It's made by 'Emile Henry' and had the best customer reviews.

The first recipe I tried was, of course from my newly purchased Rick Stein book.
I made Spicy Egg, Meatball and Tomato Tagine (Kefta Mkaouara) which I will do a post about soon.

 
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