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|Place of origin||Thailand|
|Main ingredient(s)||Rice noodles, sauce|
Mi krop (Thai: หมี่กรอบ, pronounced [mìː krɔ̀ːp]) is a Thai dish. The name literally means "crisp noodles". It is made with rice noodles and a sauce that is predominantly sweet but can be balanced with an acidic flavor, usually lemon or lime. The sour/citrus flavor prominent in this dish often comes from the peel of a Thai citrus fruit called Som Saa (a variety of citron).
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