Mushroom dip


Thai mushroom dip

Thai cuisine is notorious for including chili dips containing just about anything. And, if you can withstand the spice, they are all extraordinarily tasty. I have posted about quite a few different chili dips (nam prik [น้ำพริก]) in the past, and I plan to write about many more in the future. This particular one is call nam prik hed [น้ำพริกเห็ด] which literally means mushroom chili sauce. As with most chili dips, I was eating it with rice and fresh vegetables. It was very tasty so please forgive me for eating half of it before I took the photo. By that point I was forced to take a break since my mouth was burning so much. Pain is the price I expect to pay when I sample these tasty dips.

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