lime paste

lime paste

Lime soaked with water to form a putty.
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To make sweet shrimp lime paste, combine 15 g Thai shrimp paste, 4 tbsp honey, 1 tbsp brown sugar, juice of half a lime wedge and A1/4 pc red chili.
Other materials used for the preparing the offering are betel-vine leaves (sirih), gambier leaves (sedi'/kelait), tobacco (semakau), lime paste (kapu'), dried wild banana leaves (daun rukuk gentu % betel nuts (buah pinang), dried nipah leaves used as tobacco wrappers (rukuk apung), salt (garam), rice wine (tuak) and red threads.
Raw eggs are marked with lime paste to differentiate them from boiled eggs.
But Miang Kham is definitely a non-messy version of the after-food digestive pn that adds a kick with its mix of areca nut, lime paste, raisins, cardamom, saffron and even edible silver leaf.
Paan and neswar are traditionally made from betel and tobacco leaves rolled with lime paste, dried fruits, wood ash, etc.
The ingredients list "Australian lime juice" and "herbs and spices" -- if it's going to make a point of sourcing these particular ingredients, why not go the whole way and source the sugar, chili, tomato, and lime paste as well?
A high proportion of Asians smoke cigarettes but many use tobacco in a different way, adding it to paan - a mix of betel nut, lime paste and perfume wrapped in a leaf.
(Distemper paint contains earth pigments, calcium carbonate, tinting colors, and casein mixed with water.) The dining room has a lightly stained floor with a painted "rug," two tones of mint green distemper paint (with lime paste added for mottling) on the walls and ceiling, and a low-sheen white paint on the wood trim.
This was after MRVC officials informed him that exteriors of new trains were being dirtied with paan (betel leaf stuffed with arecanut and slaked lime paste) stains, apart from platforms being freely used for spitting by careless commuters.
Colloquially known as 'paan', the green triangular leaf fold contains other secrets too - spices like clove and cardamom, with tobacco if desired and lime paste. A food dye contained in the betel nut combines with the lime paste and saliva to form a fibrous residue.