Salaw machu kroeung is a staple in Cambodian cooking. It literally translates to "sour soup ingredient". This is my favourite salaw (soup) because of its mixture of salty, sour and spicy with a distinctly Cambodian taste due to the lemongrass, galangal, kaffir lime leaves, and … [Read more...] about Salaw Machu Kroeung: A favourite Cambodian food recipe!
Cambodian Sangkhaya Lapov Recipe — A Cambodian Holiday Favourite Pumpkin pie, pumpkin spice latte, pumpkin soup. Pumpkin tastes amazing no matter what format you eat it in. Hell, I even love carving it for Halloween. They always turn out deformed, but hey, its Halloween, … [Read more...] about Cambodian Pumpkin Custard Recipe: Sangkhaya lapov with a Japanese Twist
Cambodian ginger fish is crispy fried fish topped with ginger and salted soybean; it’s crispy, tangy with a hint of sweetness and a lot of bite. However, I think ginger is one of those food items where either you love it, or you hate it. I obviously belong to the former; I can’t … [Read more...] about Khmer Food Recipe: Ginger Fish with Salted Soybean (Trey Chean Choun)
I started living on my own since I was 18. Cooking was clumsy at first. I remember being a guest at a friend’s house, and being the sweet girl that I am, I offered her some help. She took up my offer and requested that I chop up some garlic. So I did, I grabbed a butcher knife … [Read more...] about Cambodian Food Recipe: How to make Cambodian Kaw Sach Chrouk
I’ve recently moved from Ontario to Edmonton, Alberta. It was no last minute decision on my part, a lot of factors came into play, and it took months for me to finally make the final decision. The -40 degree warnings didn’t deter me, Hamilton is pretty cold in its own right. My … [Read more...] about Watermelon Sangria with Japanese Plum Wine, Umeshu