Ar-Jard or Thai Relish It is a combination of dipping sauce and Thai pickle vegetable relish It is delicious. You might have had Ar-jard if you have had satay in Thailand.
You can use this recipe in many ways, by cutting the vegetable in small pieces, if you are having it as a dip. Or you can have bigger slices of vegetable and have it as a pickle to accompany grilled or fried meat or vegetable. I know it seem weird but you will just have to trust me on this one. Try it with Spicy Chicken Burger instead of lettuce and tomatoes. It is a perfect acommplement to my Chicken Satay and my Roasted Cauliflower Satay
I used cider vinegar in this recipe because it is what I prefer, but you can use any vinegar. For the purpose of this recipe I am creating this as a side salad not as a dip. Because of this I have used mandoline slicer to julienne all my vegetable. next to my vegetable knife this might be my favourite gadget in my kitchen. Please make sure you use the guard provided.
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