Num Pang Sach Krawg Kroeung

Lemongrass Chicken Sausage accompanied by fresh crunchy green papaya salad in a freshly baked baguette – Available in the SF Bay Area on Shef and catering engagements.

This sandwich is shows some French-influence in Cambodian cuisine. Num Pang (in Khmer) or Banh Mi (in Vietnamese) means French Bread or baguette. Sach Krawg Kroeung means Lemongrass sausage. This meal takes me back to my childhood where my mother would make this delicious sausage sandwich to celebrate special occasions with friends and family.

Sach Krawg Kroeung is unknown to younger generations; the recipe seems to have vanished after the Killing Fields. It is a meal that reminds me of a peaceful time in Cambodia.

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