You won’t find this must have street food in mainstream restaurants … at least not yet. Perfect for celebrating summer and backyard grilling, you might call it Cambodian Elote!
Have some avocado in your stash? They don’t last long, here is a quick and delicious way to enjoy them with Cambodian peppercorn sauce (Tuk Meric).
Grilled Cambodian style steak on sticks are a fun and tasty treat to share with friends and family.
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 😉
Peppery & tender meatballs, no sauce or gravy needed! Serve with rice, noodles or mashed potatoes.
A classic baked macaroni and cheese with a golden crust and just a bit of spice.
Fresh spring salad with Tuk Meric dressing
A refreshingly spicy and exotic twist on classic kettle corn!
An easy, festive and lightly spicy spread – great with crackers or veggies for parties with friends and family
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.
Rich, flavorful curry in coconut cream with onions, potatoes, carrots, bamboo shoots, string beans and wonderful lemongrass paste (kroeung).
An American classic with Cambodian flair!
Turns out that Caprese salads work exceptionally well with Tuk Meric, the tangy and peppery sauce used throughout Cambodia. Mediterranean Cambodian fusion is a thing!
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.
Chicken stir-fried in authentic Cambodian lemongrass paste, with chili, onion, and hot basil.
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
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!
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!
Creamy Cambodian corn casserole prepared with coconut sauce. This vegan dish will be the conversation of your Thanksgiving dinner, not politics :). Happy Thanksgiving!!!
Simple and super easy to make; this spicy mayo is perfect for you next burger, sandwich and fries.