Thai style sweet chilli sauce or just sweet chilli sauce is a very popular condiment now found across Europe, Australia, Malaysia and America. In Thailand, the sauce is called ‘ nam chim kai ‘ which literally translates as dipping sauce for chicken.
Kaffir lime leaves are often used in Thai, Indonesian, Indian and Malaysian recipes to give a unique citrus flavour.
Galangal is a root commonly used in Asian cooking that looks similar to ginger, with a thinner skin. While Galangal looks very similar to ginger, it gives a distinct pepper and citrus flavour to Thai, Malaysian and Indonesian dishes.
Panko is a type of crisp Japanese breadcrumb made from an electrically baked white bread which is flaked rather than ground.
Nam prik pao or Thai Chilli paste is made from roasted garlic, chillies, shallots and as with many Thai base recipes dried shrimp.