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Salty Soya Bean Sauce ( Tua Jiew )

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It may not look pleasant but this sauce is a common ingredient in Thai cooking. In the picture is a Chinese brand of this sauce. It's main uses are for seasoning fried vegetables and it is also used for the base of salty soya pouring sauce.

Comments (2)

Jimmy:

I really like your blog. It has lots of good recipes and very nice photography. We (my Thai wife and I) are going to try the Thai Sukiyaki tomorrow and we are using your recipe for the sauce! We will let you know how we like it.
Take care,

Jimmy & U-sa

Mike on G:

Love your recipessssss..... great stuff. Thanks for all the tips

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