Category: Cambodian Cuisine and Recipes

Many of the dishes on a Cambodian menu feature tuk trey which literally, means 'fish water'. But it is so much more than just fish sauce. Tuk trey, as a finished product in the Cambodian kitchen, is fundamentally fish sauce combined with lime juice, garlic, salt, sugar and water. Variations can include crushed peanuts, pineapple, chillies, shredded carrots and much more.
Savoury Pancakes

Bánh Xèo – Savoury Pancakes

Bánh xèo, literally sizzling cake, named for the loud sizzling sound it makes when the rice batter is poured into the hot skillet is a Vietnamese savoury fried pancake made of rice flour.

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Ngam Nguv - Chicken with Preserved Lemon Soup

Ngam Nguv – Chicken with Preserved Lemon Soup

This is a popular chicken soup dish which is primarily flavoured using preserved lemons. Its slight tangy flavour makes it a delicious dish.

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Tuk Meric - Cambodian Lime and Black Pepper Dipping Sauce

Tuk Meric – Cambodian Lime and Black Pepper Dipping Sauce

Tuk Meric is one of the most simple sauces to make and can be found in southern Cambodia – it is nothing more than fresh lime juice blended with ground black pepper.

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Cambodian Dipping Sauce

Tuk Trey – Cambodian Dipping Sauce

Cambodian tuk trey will add zest and fire to your meals – whether it is pasta or steak or fried chicken, the tuk trey can bring a tang of Southeast Asia to the table and make everyday meals taste different. The tuk trey is an essential ingredient in many Cambodian dishes.

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Kroeung - Cambodian Marinade Paste

Kroeung – Cambodian Marinade Paste

This is a basic recipe for the Cambodian marinade paste called the Kroeung. There are many variations available, ranging from those for cooking specialist fish dishes and different meat dishes.

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Cambodian Cuisine

Cambodian Cuisine

Cambodian cuisine draws from the great civilisations of China and India and is also influenced by neighbouring Vietnam and Thailand. There are also traces of French inspiration from the time when Cambodia was part of French Indochina. Baguette or the long French bread, for instance, has come to be Cambodia’s national bread and it is common to find sandwiches made from baguette in Cambodia.

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Pisang Goreng – Fried Bananas

Pisang Goreng (Fried Bananas) is a snack food mostly found throughout Indonesia, Malaysia, Cambodia, Thailand, Singapore, Brunei and the Philippines.

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Amok Trei - Coconut Fish Curry Parcels

Amok Trei – Coconut Fish Curry Parcels

The mousseline fish curry steamed in a banana leaf container is one of the few Cambodian foods that consistently strikes a chord with foreigners from everywhere.

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