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  • #329482
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    Arun
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    I think this is my favorite Khmer dish. It’s so aromatic and the flavor is just awesome. So what type of fish do you all use? I wanna know the different variations in the ingredients..please list them if you know any.

    [Message last modified 09-29-2004 01:20pm by Arun]

    #329492
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    Babydollish
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    farm raised catfish. Isn’t is like salaw k’tiss but you wrap it up on the banana leaf?

    #329502
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    Arun
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    Cool. Is catfish ‘trey andet’ in Khmer? I wanna try it with prawns or something.
    It is like prahok k’tiss. But before you wrap it you have to reduce the sauce. Steaming it gives the sauce a nice fluffy texture.

    #329512
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    I don’t know how to pronounce catfish in Khmer. All I know is TREY…

    [Message last modified 09-29-2004 04:11pm by Babydollish]

    #329522
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    I never taste it before. What is that, do u have a pic of it?

    #329531
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    Point_Dexter
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    [i]Originally posted by Arun[/i]
    Cool. Is catfish ‘trey andet’ in Khmer? I wanna try it with prawns or something.
    It is like prahok k’tiss. But before you wrap it you have to reduce the sauce. Steaming it gives the sauce a nice fluffy texture.

    Trey Ch’lang

    #329540
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    borospailin
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    also “Trey On Dagn” which are smaller

    [i]Originally posted by Point_Dexter[/i]
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    [i]Originally posted by Arun[/i]
    Cool. Is catfish ‘trey andet’ in Khmer? I wanna try it with prawns or something.
    It is like prahok k’tiss. But before you wrap it you have to reduce the sauce. Steaming it gives the sauce a nice fluffy texture.

    Trey Ch’lang[/quote]

    #329550
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    Point_Dexter
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    ^and sweeter too, better choice for Ahmok.

    #329560
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    sidmann
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    i dont know wat fish they use but when i had it, it was steamed in a coconut

    #329568
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    Chiz
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    ive never had amok before… i’ll def try it in cambodia… it looks sooo good

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