An authentic and unforgettable, sweet and savory dish. Pork belly braised in a dark thin flavorful broth intensified with caramelized Thnot 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 their children for a job well done.
Grilled Cambodian style steak on sticks are a fun and tasty treat to share with friends and family.
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?♥️”, Chef Channy.
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 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 proudly next to Angkor Wat, the world-renowned Khmer ancient temple. Continue reading “Thnot Palm Sugar”
Green mango and shrimp tossed with Chrouk Metae and Thai basil; a mouthwatering salad for a hot summer day.
Pan fried rice noodles a perfect way to enjoy with Chrouk Metae (Cambodian Hot Sauce)
Tender roasted eggplant topped with sautéed ground pork in tamarind sauce
Experience authentic Cambodian street food in 3-steps with all-in-one Angkor Kroeung Prawlak and some skirt steak.
Fresh spring salad with Tuk Meric dressing
An easy, festive and lightly spicy spread – great with crackers or veggies for parties with friends and family
Perfectly grilled shrimp tossed with tamarind sauce and greens.
Somlaw Machu Ktis Manaws: Healthy and creamy with natural sweet and sour from pineapple, it’s no wonder that this curry is comfort food. Despite its beautiful deep red color, this popular curry is not spicy.
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.
Rich, flavorful curry in coconut cream with onions, potatoes, carrots, bamboo shoots, string beans and wonderful lemongrass paste (kroeung).
Treat your family to this healthy white fish recipe. No grill needed and cleanup is easy!
Distinct from tamarind use in other Southeast Asian cultures, Khmer tamarind sauce is smooth and well-balanced with umami flavor. Authentic Khmer tamarind sauce is a versatile base ingredient that is packed with rich flavor and not overwhelmingly sour.
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 recipes (Saich Ko Ngeart), which is prepared with a combinationContinue reading “Roasted Cauliflower”
Makrut limes have flavor similar to regular limes, but more intense, especially the rind. The juice adds a nice rich flavor for martinis and a little of the rind kicks the flavor up just right!
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 products that won the sofi™ award. Angkor Food is theContinue reading “Cambodian Food In The News”