Hourglass-shaped leaves, which are widely used in Thai and Laotian cuisine (for dishes such as tom yum). They're also used in Cambodian, Indonesian, Malaysian, and Burmese cuisines.
Kaffir Lime Leaves are one of the key ingredients in Thai cuisine, Kaffir lime leaves are used to flavor soups, stir-fries, and sauces, as well as desserts. Like the zest of other citrus fruits, these figure-eight leaves are full of aromatic oils that infuse food with an intense floral-citrus taste.
Kaffir lime is particularly well-matched with coconut milk a winning combination in Thai curries and soups.
Like a bay Leaf they have a lasting flavor, they can be added at the beginning of the dish or crushed and mixed in at the end for a more powerful flavor
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