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    Have you had this dish? I had it once at a restaurant and loved it. As always, I try to imitate at home. Mine came out pretty good. I’m quite satisfied.

    I first prepared the phous jrouk “pha lau” style, meaning it was simmered in spices. Then I stir fry w/ my mix of sauces.

    Stir fry pig stomach with pickled mustard greens

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    Korbie its so yummy..make this many times but never try pak-lov style tho

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    [i]Originally posted by Jomos[/i]
    Korbie its so yummy..make this many times but never try pak-lov style tho

    Cools. It adds another dimension to the flavor I guess. :D

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    Have you tried it with jrook kvai, thea kvai or even pak lov pous-vean jrook..its very good also plus no need to add all the seasonings cuz the flavors in meat already:)

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    [i]Originally posted by Jomos[/i]
    Have you tried it with jrook kvai, thea kvai or even pak lov pous-vean jrook..its very good also plus no need to add all the seasonings cuz the flavors in meat already:)

    Yeah, I love thea kvai and pak lov as is too.

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    [i]Originally posted by Korbelicious[/i]

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    [i]Originally posted by Jomos[/i]
    Have you tried it with jrook kvai, thea kvai or even pak lov pous-vean jrook..its very good also plus no need to add all the seasonings cuz the flavors in meat already:)

    Yeah, I love thea kvai and pak lov as is too. [/quote]

    Korbie nice pic by the way..haven’t make pak lov for sometime..whats ur recipe:)

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    [i]Originally posted by Jomos[/i]

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    [i]Originally posted by Korbelicious[/i]

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    [i]Originally posted by Jomos[/i]
    Have you tried it with jrook kvai, thea kvai or even pak lov pous-vean jrook..its very good also plus no need to add all the seasonings cuz the flavors in meat already:)

    Yeah, I love thea kvai and pak lov as is too. [/quote]

    Korbie nice pic by the way..haven’t make pak lov for sometime..whats ur recipe:)[/quote]

    Not surprisingly, they have spices inna package for this dish. It’s similar to chinese five spices. Yanno…cloves…cinn.

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    I dont eat Pig tei……….

    [i]Originally posted by Korbelicious[/i]
    Have you had this dish? I had it once at a restaurant and loved it. As always, I try to imitate at home. Mine came out pretty good. I’m quite satisfied.

    I first prepared the phous jrouk “pha lau” style, meaning it was simmered in spices. Then I stir fry w/ my mix of sauces.

    Stir fry pig stomach with pickled mustard greens

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    YUMMY!! Had the best cha pous chrouk in Cambodia.

    Did you pak lov the pous chrouk yourself, Korb?

    edit: so I just read that you did pak lov it :P

    [Message last modified 03-26-2011 06:20am by yap_nass]

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    wow that looks good. I’m salivating but I can’t get some ..:P thanks hmp!

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    No jrouch of srey here korb? muahahahaha

    *easily amused, easily bored*
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    Kobe, that look so good! I would like some!

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    [i]Originally posted by cheekaboom13[/i]
    wow that looks good. I’m salivating but I can’t get some ..:P thanks hmp!

    I know.. Mainly for visual pleasure. :)

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