Khmer Food Recipe: Cambodian Stuffed Chicken Wings (Slab Moan Baok)

Everywhere I go in Asia, I always find myself surrounded by food stalls. We push and pull like magnets. I’m on a strict diet of NSMY (not stuffing my face), so I’m always trying to pull away, but always, it pulls me in; like Winnie to his honey pot. I just can’t win. Not far from Siem Reap, a locally loved, and popular funfair surrounded by dozens of authentic street food stalls, pulled me in with its alluring scent, and exotic arrays of barbequed yummies (is that not a word?). This isn’t the usual, chicken and beef barbeque of the North American variety. …

How to Make Num Banh Chok

While staying with my mother in Cambodia for a few months, I’ve learned to appreciate one of her favorite traditional breakfast, nom banh chok –rice noodle served with fish gravy and freshly foraged wild grown Cambodian vegetables (some of which does not have an English name), eaten with a few chilli peppers on the side. Like all our morning breakfast in Cambodia, it’s served at room temperature, in a plastic bag, delivered to our house. No, we did not make the call for delivery. Every morning, our local vendor would take her bike, filled her basket to the brim with all …

Cambodian Curry (Somlar Kari Saek Mouan)

When people think of curry, the first thing that comes to their mind is either Indian curry or Thai’s.  Don’t get me wrong, I love them both although they are quite different in taste. However, my favourite curry has always been Cambodian curry. The fact that I was raised on it may be a small factor, but I think the main reason I love it so much is because compared to Thai curry, the coconut flavour isn’t overpowering, and there’s a balance of flavour between the lemongrass, kaffir lime leave, galagal, and shallots. I love how the ingredients just combine …

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