Sour Beef Soup with Morning Glory Recipe for Samlor Machou Kroeung Sach Ko

2020-04-07T13:22:14+07:00By |

This Cambodian sour beef soup with morning glory recipe makes a wonderful green vegetable-driven broth called samlor machou kroeung sach ko in Khmer. It’s super-easy to make and if you’re not a fan of tang you can easily adjust the seasonings to suit your taste. Soups are comforting and we all need some comfort right ...

Cambodian Grilled Pork Ribs Recipe for Easy Smoky Barbecue Pork Ribs

2020-03-28T20:14:59+07:00By |

This Cambodian grilled pork ribs recipe is next in our series on the best Cambodian barbecue recipes. It makes a favourite dish that locals love to tuck into by the plateful. Super easy, it’s made with a simple marinade, and is a cinch to make on a barbecue, grill or a clay brazier. The second ...

Cambodian Beef Skewers Recipe – How To Make Sach Ko Ang

2020-03-28T20:13:19+07:00By |

This Cambodian beef skewers recipe kicks off our series on the best Cambodian barbecue recipes. Called sach ko ang in Khmer, they are typically eaten with pickled vegetables and are a classic late afternoon or early evening snack in Cambodia. Some locals slide the meat off the skewer into the buttered baguette to make a ...

Best Cambodian Barbecue Recipes From Smoky Skewers to Sizzling Grills

2020-03-28T18:06:57+07:00By |

Our best Cambodian barbecue recipes include everything from smoky marinated beef skewers and succulent grilled chicken to mouth-watering ribs galore, from grilled pork ribs to aromatic pork spare ribs with star anise. Forget the toilet paper, stock the fridge with cold beer and let’s get the barbie going. This post is to introduce a new ...

15 Delicious Siem Reap Dishes You Must Try in Cambodia’s Culinary Capital

2020-02-26T20:43:19+07:00By |

Siem Reap dishes you must try in Cambodia's culinary capital include everything from Cambodia’s quintessential noodle dish nom banh chok at Pachok, a traditional kuy teav soup at Chep Por's, a beautiful Cambodian fish ceviche at Lum Orng farm to table restaurant, and a sublime Kampot scallop seaweed salad at Mie Cafe. Siem Reap is ...

Nom Banh Chok, The Fermented Rice Noodle Dish That Is Cambodia in a Bowl

2020-03-15T13:48:38+07:00By |

Nom banh chok is a quintessential Cambodian breakfast noodle dish beloved by locals that is essentially ‘Cambodia in a bowl’. It’s also the name of the lightly fermented rice noodles, made fresh daily by artisanal noodlemakers and sold at local markets, that are the central component of the dish. Nom banh chok is Cambodia’s national ...

Lum Orng Farm to Table Restaurant and Siem Reap’s Growing Green Movement

2020-02-02T23:12:32+07:00By |

Lum Orng farm to table restaurant has quickly become one of Siem Reap’s best restaurants, serving deliciously imaginative Cambodian food based on just-picked produce and seasonal ingredients. It is part of a flourishing green movement across the region, of which Siem Reap is leading the way. Siem Reap restaurants have been groundbreaking when it comes ...

Cambodian Chicken Curry Recipe for a Gentle Comforting Southeast Asian Curry

2020-03-01T22:13:05+07:00By |

This Cambodian chicken curry recipe makes one of Southeast Asia’s most comforting chicken curries. While it has a depth of flavour that comes from dried spices and fresh aromatic ingredients, it has a richness thanks to a liberal use of coconut cream and milk, and a gentleness due to the mild red chillies. When Terence ...

Cambodian Chef Tim Pheak, the Travelling Chef Living the Dream at Home

2019-02-16T18:58:44+07:00By |

Cambodian Chef Tim Pheak has probably travelled more than most Cambodian chefs his age. Yet he says he is finally living the dream as an executive chef in Cambodia's Siem Reap, where he's cooking elegant renditions on traditional Cambodian dishes with organic local produce. Cambodian chef Tim Pheak – Cambodians put family names first, so you'd ...

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