How to Cut Limes Thai Style
Jules’s Blurb: I was always intrigued by the way Thai food restaurants gave me lime instead of lemon, but more so when I noticed they didn’t cut it into slices or wedges, as we in the western world, have come to expect.
When I finally arrived here in Thailand I was also surprised to note that everyone in Thailand calls Limes…. Lemons!
I think something gets lost in the translation; the Thai word for Lime (lemon) is “Manow”
(As many as you need, desire, fancy, want, crave, lust after! Whoa!!)
Who needs a recipe; it’s just a top tip to show you how to cut a lime, (Thai style) right?
Khwanjai’s Top Tips:
Roll the lime around under the palm of your hand before cutting and…
Use a sharp Knife; it’s all in the video.
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