Cambodian Sausage

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  • #523690
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    Alucard
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    Ever had some?

    #523698
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    xAteytakalx
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    I think they call them TWA-KO? My mom made them before… time consuming but pretty tasty!

    #523704
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    Khmer_Ryder
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    i hate twa-ko, khmer people need to stop making sausages.

    #523711
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    xilobabe81
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    I found that after not having access to these for a long time, chorizo makes a tasty substitute.

    #523717
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    xAteytakalx
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    uhhh, is there a reason why they should stop – other than you don’t like them?

    [i]Originally posted by Khmer_Ryder[/i]
    i hate twa-ko, khmer people need to stop making sausages.

    #523724
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    FlipAZN
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    i had some in Cambodia….gave me diarrhea for 2 days!

    #523731
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    Korbelicious
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    twa go is a go for me.:)

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    #523740
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    SkvSomgnatt
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    hmm im so hungry…
    this looks so yummy n i wants to eat it right now!

    [i]Originally posted by Alucard[/i]
    Ever had some?
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    #523745
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    SudPapillon
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    Those are so yummy.Havent had those in years!

    #523751
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    Arun
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    Don’t you love it when you cook them? They ooze out this massive amount of nasty ass liquid fat.

    The flavoring is real nice though. I like the tiny morsels of madeng, or galangal.

    [Message last modified 08-21-2007 12:47pm by Arun]

    #523759
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    sreytmey
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    I used to love twa-ko, but lately I don’t fancy them much…

    #523767
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    simoneek
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    We have Khmer saucisse here and they are very good.

    #523773
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    These look like home made saucisses.

    [i]Originally posted by Alucard[/i]
    Ever had some?
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    #523778
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    Bought these sausages freshly made in Long Beach the day before heading back to NYC

    [i]Originally posted by simoneek[/i]
    These look like home made saucisses.
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    [i]Originally posted by Alucard[/i]
    Ever had some?
    [img]http://api.ning.com/files/op8eEZYtHZ5cGVcRGOJPVsQ6jgShOSuWS8Cgva7eECE=/IMG_3593.JPG?width=425&height=318[/img]

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    #523785
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    sexyJutsu
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    twa ko tastes good but too fattening.

    #523791
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    xAteytakalx
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    I think it depends on what type/part of the meat you are using, but I heard that the fattening is what make them taste better? well when you grill them, poke some holes to drain out all (some) of the fat :D

    [i]Originally posted by sexyJutsu[/i]
    twa ko tastes good but too fattening.

    #523797
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    sexyJutsu
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    when i cook em i like to make it extra crispy. :D

    #523804
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    Or we can call them as” Sach-Krok”…
    How come Cambodian Sauces too small????

    [i]Originally posted by Alucard[/i]
    Ever had some?
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    #523813
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    I like it extra crispy with sticky rice.

    #523820
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    Are they made by Cambodian?

    [i]Originally posted by Alucard[/i]
    Bought these sausages freshly made in Long Beach the day before heading back to NYC
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    [i]Originally posted by simoneek[/i]
    These look like home made saucisses.
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    [i]Originally posted by Alucard[/i]
    Ever had some?
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    #523825
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    They’re not small. They’re much smaller in Srok Khmer.

    [i]Originally posted by KomLostBong[/i]
    Or we can call them as” Sach-Krok”…
    How come Cambodian Sauces too small????
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    [i]Originally posted by Alucard[/i]
    Ever had some?
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    #523831
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    I love it with Chruok Trokon and drink beer.

    [i]Originally posted by schum[/i]
    I like it extra crispy with sticky rice.

    #523836
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    Alucard
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    Yes they are made by Cambodian

    [i]Originally posted by simoneek[/i]
    Are they made by Cambodian?
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    [i]Originally posted by Alucard[/i]
    Bought these sausages freshly made in Long Beach the day before heading back to NYC
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    [i]Originally posted by simoneek[/i]
    These look like home made saucisses.
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    [i]Originally posted by Alucard[/i]
    Ever had some?
    [img]http://api.ning.com/files/op8eEZYtHZ5cGVcRGOJPVsQ6jgShOSuWS8Cgva7eECE=/IMG_3593.JPG?width=425&height=318[/img]

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    #523842
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    SourXappLe
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    I like to eat twa-ko when there is nothing else to eat.

    #523850
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    or_akara
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    I get my twa ko from Little Phnom Penh Market in Long Beach. They make the best. I like to eat it with mam.

    #523856
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    Jezzi
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    where do you buy cambodian sausage in new york?

    #523861
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    Alucard
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    These sausages actually are from California…got it during my trip over there.

    [i]Originally posted by Jezzi[/i]
    where do you buy cambodian sausage in new york?

    #523867
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    ^ did you just pack them in your suitecase on your way back? i am thinking about doing the same thing but i’m afraid they will spoil over the 5.5 hour plane ride.

    #523873
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    Yes…just purchase as late as possible before you come back and packed them in food containers and they should be fine on the way back.

    [i]Originally posted by Jezzi[/i]
    ^ did you just pack them in your suitecase on your way back? i am thinking about doing the same thing but i’m afraid they will spoil over the 5.5 hour plane ride.

    #523881
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    those are so good. I haven’t ate those for a long time. Do anyone know where they sell those in long beach or anyplace nearby?

    #523890
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    Guneesh
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    those are the best sausages ever!! fry some up and have it with baw bor saw mmmmm nothing like it!

    #523899
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    Khmertoes
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    I like my Khmer sausage sweet!

    #523905
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    Babydollish
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    Filipino sausage is taster. I’m not keen on Khmer sausage, it’s too tough and too chewy.

    #523912
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    i loooooove twa go with a passion. hmm my mom hasnt made them in years, maybe i’ll ask her to make some. or figure out a good place to buy it in seattle or tacoma, washington.

    #523918
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    Got them from my aunt friend in Long Beach but or_akara posted that Little Phnom Penh Market in Long Beach makes them.

    [i]Originally posted by LadyVee[/i]
    those are so good. I haven’t ate those for a long time. Do anyone know where they sell those in long beach or anyplace nearby?

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