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Tod man khao pod are Thai corn fritters typically accompanied by nam jim kai, a sweet chili sauce. The batter often is seasoned with red curry paste and fine slivers of intensely flavorful makrut lime leaves. In our version, we use curry but swap the makrut leaves, which can be hard to source, for grated lime zest. We also add chopped scallions and crushed coriander seeds, which have earthy, citrusy notes. Thai red curry paste varies in spiciness brand to brand; we call for a range, so add as much as suits your taste. Fresh corn is best, but frozen corn also works nicely—just be sure to thaw the corn and pat it dry before using.
medium garlic cloves, finely grated
red Thai chilies, stemmed and thinly sliced or 1 to 2 teaspoons red pepper flakes
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