This absolutely delicious soup has a deep rich flavor with lots of veggies, perfect on a cold or rainy day. The soup’s base is prahok and lemongrass (kroeung) with just the right amount of tamarind for natural sourness.
The go-to dish for those who love lemongrass. This flavorful chicken is wonderful with fresh chilled pickled veggies and steamed rice. Simple and delicious, perfect for summer time outdoor grilling or warming up your kitchen with winter time broiling.
It is exciting to see the words, “Cambodian Food” on a major news network like CNN, 30 Cambodian foods every visitor needs to try. We are delighted to see that one-third of these dishes were made with lemongrass paste (Kroeung), which is one of our…
A must try so you can say that you know Cambodian cuisine; fresh fish fillets sliced and marinated in Kroeung, sweet chili powder and coconut cream. Memory Lane Every time I make Amok, I am taken back to happy childhood days. I can vividly see…
This is a very popular Cambodian dipping sauce; creamy and complex flavor will have you coming back for more! You can eat it with rice or like finger food; dipping an assortment of vegetables into the sauce.
Tender, succulent braised short ribs are are always a treat and this recipe will have you craving for more. The tamarind combined with galangal root pairs perfectly with beef and vegetables delivers a tasty and hearty experience you won’t forget.
Somlaw Machu Ktees Manaws: Healthy and creamy with natural sweet and sour from pineapple, it’s no wonder that this soup is comfort food. Despite its beautiful deep red color, this popular soup is not spicy.
The perfect pairing for your favorite steak, the spicy and complex flavor combination of prahok with fresh herbs, spices, crunchy eggplant and a touch of natural acidity from tamarind and lime juice. The most memorable steak sauce!