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Prahok Ktis

Prahok Ktis

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.

Braised Pork Belly

Braised Pork Belly

An authentic and unforgettable, sweet and savory dish. Pork belly braised in a dark thin flavorful broth intensified with caramelized sugar, star anise, garlic and Kampot pepper alongside hard boiled eggs, roasted tofu and tender bamboo shoots. This is the dish that Khmer moms reward 

Broiled Sea Bass

Broiled Sea Bass

Check out this quick and easy recipe for Chean Choun, topped with a sweet and sour hot relish of roasted ginger, garlic, shallots, and salted soybeans. “This dish has the word Mom written all over it. I think of her every step of the way?♥️”, 

Spicy Soy Sauce

Spicy Soy Sauce

Spicy, tangy and savory soy sauce goes well with almost any dish, or just with hard boiled eggs. Adds excitement to the good but boring Costco Roasted Chicken 😉

Thnot Palm Sugar

Thnot Palm Sugar

Thnot is the Cambodian word for Borassus Flabellifer, also known as Toddy Palm. Thnot sugar is made from the nectar of Thnot flowers. It has a delicate aroma and distinctive sweet flavor with caramel undertones. Thnot grows wild in Cambodia, dotting rice fields and towering 

Green Mango Salad

Green Mango Salad

Green mango and shrimp tossed with Chrouk Metae and Thai basil; a mouthwatering salad for a hot summer day.

Cambodian Chow Fun

Cambodian Chow Fun

Pan fried rice noodles a perfect way to enjoy with Chrouk Metae (Cambodian Hot Sauce)

Spring Salad

Spring Salad

Fresh spring salad with Tuk Meric dressing

Cambodian Curry Kettle Corn

Cambodian Curry Kettle Corn

A refreshingly spicy and exotic twist on classic kettle corn!

Roasted Cauliflower

Roasted Cauliflower

Want something light and healthy, without compromising flavor? Try this roasted cauliflower tossed in the warm deep flavor of Cambodian Seven Spice and sprinkled with crunchy roasted garlic and California chili pepper. Memory Lane This dish is inspired by one of my mother’s beef jerky 

Spicy Jicama Slaw

Spicy Jicama Slaw

This spicy refreshing slaw is perfect served with grilled meats. Memory Lane Every time I come across fresh jicama, my mind flashes back to a moist, cold, rainy day in Cambodia; our house was filled with the aroma of pan fried fish and fresh Chrouk 

Steak and Salad

Steak and Salad

A Cambodian favorite! Refreshing lime and Kampot pepper dressing lightens up caramelized pieces of steak into a mouth-watering main dish. Likely influenced by French cuisine during the French colonial days.

Tom Kha Soup

Tom Kha Soup

Similar to Cambodian Somlaw M’Chu Ktis this popular Thai soup is easy to make using Angkor Lemongrass Paste (Kroeung) Tom Kah soup with cilantro, button mushrooms and Fresno chili

Green Mango Salsa

Green Mango Salsa

Sweet and sour salsa with green mango aroma and savory flavor is a perfect pairing with grilled meats.

Freshly Pickled Vegetables

Freshly Pickled Vegetables

Sweet and sour sliced or shredded vegetables can be quickly prepared as a side dish to enjoy with may grilled or BBQ meats.

Pumpkin Tapioca Dessert

Pumpkin Tapioca Dessert

This is a favorite dessert for Cambodians in the Fall season. Kids can’t get enough of the tapioca pearls in this healthy treat! In less than 30 minutes, you can have this warm, creamy & nutty dessert ready!

Taro Tapioca Dessert

Taro Tapioca Dessert

Cambodian’s love taro desserts, this recipe combines the textures of smooth coconut cream and tapioca with soft cooked taro root. Enjoy hot, warm or cold for a yummy treat!

Lemongrass Chicken Pizza

Lemongrass Chicken Pizza

Favorite flavors unite in this wonderful asian fusion pizza; better make 2 😉

Lemongrass Chicken Topping

Lemongrass Chicken Topping

Small pieces of chicken marinated with lemongrass paste perfect as a pizza topping or for taco filling; a little on the salty side similar to bacon.