Nuoc cham



noun

a dipping sauce of nuoc mam (fish sauce), lime juice, sugar, spices, and rice vinegar and used with Vietnamese dishes
Examples

Nuoc cham is often served with crepes or summer rolls.
Word Origin

Vietnamese
Usage Note

cooking

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