• Bangalore Style Dipping sauce shopping list
  • thx to Andrew Zimmern shopping list
  • This is the best dipping sauce for fried seafood you’ll ever make. I met up with members of the Three Rivers Cat fishing Club in Pittsburgh to reel in and fry up catfish from the Allegheny River. I like to fry the catfish whole, because just as chicken tastes better roasted on the bone, catfish tastes better fried on the bone. The fish is scored along the body to promote even cooking, then dredged in a bag of well-seasoned flour and deep fried. I serve the fish with a sauce I learned to make from a friend from South India. The salty, spicy, sweet, acidic sauce is perfect for soaking into all the nooks and crannies of a crispy fried catfish. shopping list
  • Ingredient List shopping list
  • •1/2 cup thinly shaved shallots shopping list
  • •1/4 cup thinly sliced red and green hot chiles (I like to use 2 red jalapeños, 4 serranos and a piece of a habanero to round out the heat. You can also use small red and green Thai chiles.) shopping list
  • •1/3 cup soy sauce shopping list
  • •1/4 cup chicken stock shopping list
  • •1/4 cup chopped cilantro shopping list
  • •2 tablespoons fresh lime juice shopping list
  • •3 tablespoons Chinese rice wine shopping list
  • •3 talespoons brown sugar, or more to taste shopping list
  • •1 tablespoon minced ginger shopping list
  • •3 thinly sliced garlic cloves shopping list
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How to make it

  • Instructions
  • In a bowl, whisk together all of the ingredients and serve immediately.

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