Kaffir Lime leaf
One of the key ingredients of Thai as well as many Southeast-Asian cuisines, Kaffir lime leaf has a very bitter with bumpy skin. However, it is one of the most aromatic of all herbs. Kaffir Lime leaf can be used fresh or dried, and can also be stored frozen. Used in Thai and Southeast-Asian such as Indonesian, Lao, and Cambodian soups, curries and stir-fries. In Thai cuisine, dishes such as Tom Yum is not complete without Kaffir Lime leaves. In Vietnamese cuisine, leaves are used in the chicken curry to add fragrance. In Indonesian cuisine, especially in Balinese and Javanese cuisine, Kaffir lime leaves are used in Soto Ayam and in fish curries along with Indonesian bay leaf.