Anchovies play key role in Asian dishes

03/31/2013 | Los Angeles Times (tiered subscription model)

Diners who shun adding salty, fishy anchovies to their Caesar salad or pizza may not know that the fish plays a key role in many of their favorite southeast Asian dishes. Fish sauce, made with anchovies that are fermented with salt and water, is used to add complexity and bursts of flavor to Asian favorites such as Thai beef salad and yellow or green curry.

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