Pla ra or pla daek is a traditional Lao and Thai condiment produced by fermenting fish with rice bran and or roasted rice flour fermenting in salt in a closed container for at least six months. It is very popular in the Southeast Asian region, commonly used in Lao, Thai and Cambodian cuisines.
Usage: you can enjoy ready-to-use Nam Pla ra for all your traditional Southeast Asian food like papaya salad, bamboo stew, curry soup, laap (minced meat), and more!
Product of Thailand | Net Weight 12.25 oz (350 ml)
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