Cambodia | Cruise Mekong River - Part 8

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Cambodian Style Grilled Fish

Cambodian Style Grilled Fish

Fish forms the largest component of an average Cambodia person’s protein intake. Grilled whole catfish is a popular takeaway food, and found at markets and stalls throughout the country. This version of Cambodian style grilled fish uses fillets of firm fish and the sauce is made up of tamarind, palm sugar and sautéed shallots. Cambodian

EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT BATTAMBANG

EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT BATTAMBANG

Battambang is somewhat of an ode to French colonialism. The city lies in the heart of the Northwest and until the war years it was the leading rice-producing province of the country. The 100,000-person town offers not only one of the best preserved examples of the French Colonial era, but also the small-town feel you

Cambodian caramelised pepper pork

Cambodian caramelised pepper pork

In Cambodia, this dish often includes hard-boiled quail or duck eggs. If using, mix the peeled eggs through the finished dish to heat through with the coriander. ingredients jump to instructions 2 tbsp sugar 3 garlic cloves, chopped 2 tbsp fish sauce 1 tsp freshly ground black pepper 1 tbsp grated palm sugar 750g pork

Beef Lok Lak

Beef Lok Lak

Beef Lok Lak is a traditional Khmer dish, which is basically stir-fried beef slices (or pork) in a light brown sauce, served with rice and/or green salad and pepper sauce. Most restaurants across the county offer this dish but tastes are varied depending on the chefs and regions. The beef or pork slices must first be