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  • #187412
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    Phary
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    Hey, I’d like to know if there’s any food out there that I haven’t tried… so can everyone list at least one Khmer food they know/like? I’ll start it off with… thraye chien chu (I think that translates to sweet and sour fish — or deep fried fish?)

    #187425
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    sreykhell
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    ok i will list what i can think of ….
    nam gnow = lemon chicken soup MMMMmmmn

    nom pa joke -som law pka jake = rice noodle with banana flower seed(the thingy inside the flower hard to describe i forget what its called) soup and pork and u add ka pick with it and mint leaves..one of my fave YUM! i eat so much that i get sick.

    prawn soup, large prawns boiled to make broth with a stick of lemon grass, assorted selection of gee(mints) some spices and lime squized in it

    #187437
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    CMDOSAM
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    Hmmm…Yes! Khmer food…let see…. I don’t exactly know but I’m going to put down as many as I can think off..

    1. Slaw Machu Krung
    2. Khor Kho
    3. Nom Pa chouk
    4. Pro-hok (Can’t beat that!) Once you taste it, you’ll never go back!

    I used to hate these food when my mom prepare them for dinner when I was a little kid. I now wish I could make them as good as she could.

    #187449
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    Phary
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    Ever since my parents divorced and my mom moved to NM, I’ve been trying to re-create her dishes. So far, I can only cook ma-choo such koh and ma-choo yuon.

    My dad tried also, but has failed miserably. He improvises too much… and tries to use a shortcut for everything. My step-mom is the same.

    I guess there’s no hope for me. I’m stuck eating out.

    #187459
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    babicheeks
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    cha kat-na – stir fry chinese broccoli w/ either chicken/beef/seafood
    cha ta-koun – stir fry chinese watercrest
    a-mok – steamed fish w/ coconut milk n other stuff.. wrapped up in.. umm I forgot what kind of veggie leaf my mom used.
    somlaw curry – chicken/beef w/ potatoes and onions
    somlaw ktiss – its chicken soup w/ coconut milk and ground up lemon grass.. along w/ other khmer ingredients.
    pa-baw krueng – rice pouridge with meat n other stuff.
    cha mesuw – stir fry vermicelli noodles
    somlaw pa-ha
    somlaw ka-ko
    yao-hawn
    cha ka-teaw
    stir fry chow fun noodles – I forgot what its called in khmer; it’s the big flat white rice noodles.. that you cut up yourself.
    lout cha – stir fry white long wormlike noodles

    beef salad/lok lak – these two are made differently.. n the sauces are totally different too.

    hmm.. there’s more.. I just can’t think of any at the moment

    #187469
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    sokchoeun
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    pharida– it’s called, mee ka’thang =)

    [i]Originally posted by babicheeks[/i]
    stir fry chow fun noodles – I forgot what its called in khmer; it’s the big flat white rice noodles.. that you cut up yourself.

    #187481
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    sokchoeun
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    Morn thum
    Baiy Morn
    Banh Hoiy
    Leas Cha
    Thuck Kreung
    Saraman
    Somlor Ma’reh prouw
    Somlor majuu thra’korn
    Sngao Morn
    Kuy-Teav
    Bor’bor (morn, cheam chruok, etc..)
    Somlor mee-suor
    Sach ko ang (cha’kahk)

    #187492
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    Xata
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    jahrou pramign- pickle “shrubs” that looks like three leaf clover
    leah hahl-sun baked clams
    Sieko angchwa-Grill beef with anchovies sauce
    siekrouh khmer-cambodian sausage
    pleah sieko-raw beef cooked in lime juice salad
    cha takoon- stir fry vegetable (don

    #187506
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    babicheeks
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    ^ I said it up there.. cha ta-koun – stir fry chinese watercrest

    add on to the list..

    pa-baw bahn-kagn – white flat noodles made as a porridge soup
    bahn-sohng – noodle thingy.. w/ coconut milk.. n sliced eggrolls in it
    nam chau – spring rolls
    bok sa-dache/swai/lahong – long beans/mango/papaya salad
    pahok ktiss – this is with coconut milk
    kaw – brown sugary soup w/ eggs/pork/bamboo/black ground pepper.. etc. any kind of meat.

    #187517
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    samlaw majew lasagna

    #187526
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    Phary
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    [i]Originally posted by CrashX[/i]
    samlaw majew lasagna

    Is that some kind of improv cooking? I’ve never heard of it before!!! Do you use real lasagna?

    #187538
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    Phary
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    Originally posted by Xata
    jahrou pramign- pickle “shrubs” that looks like three leaf clover
    leah hahl-sun baked clams
    Sieko angchwa-Grill beef with anchovies sauce
    siekrouh khmer-cambodian sausage
    pleah sieko-raw beef cooked in lime juice salad
    cha takoon- stir fry vegetable (don

    #187549
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    CrashX
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    [i]Originally posted by Phary[/i]

    [quote]
    [i]Originally posted by CrashX[/i]
    samlaw majew lasagna

    Is that some kind of improv cooking? I’ve never heard of it before!!! Do you use real lasagna? [/quote]

    Yes. Only the finest lasagna will do. One day I will post a picture of the family samlaw majew lasagna.

    #187561
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    LoVeLyOrChId
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    hmm…
    sngow tha-laich (can add meat or threy ngiet)
    somlaw praw-har
    somlaw chruss tom or crov chnang..whatever you want to call it (has machu, threy ngiet, hard boil eggs, chee, and sometimes swy choo)
    kuy tiev phnom penh
    cha poat ja-muy sach mawn nung raw nong(okra)
    pak lov (with pork stomach)
    bahn cheo
    somlaw chap chai
    somlaw machu palit
    sgnow cheung chrook ja-muy cow-chook (i hope i pronounced that right)
    chruss jeung mawn or thea
    me kala or me battambong—really good
    chean bong-thea ja-muy sa-om
    cha sach ja-muy ga-chai(chives)
    …i know more but can’t think right now..

    #187575
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    LoVeLyOrChId
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    ooohhh..i forgot baw baw peahk (it’s like somlaw praw har with baw baw…if you like somlaw praw har you would like baw baw peahk)

    #187587
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    CMDOSAM
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    HHHHHMMMMMMM! My mouth is watering, I haven’t eaten any Khmer food for over a year. Anyone know how to cook them really well?

    #187598
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    tmor
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    plear plange

    #187608
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    Khmertoes
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    KHMER FOOD?

    #187619
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    Xata
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    Originally posted by Phary

    Originally posted by Xata
    jahrou pramign- pickle “shrubs” that looks like three leaf clover
    leah hahl-sun baked clams
    Sieko angchwa-Grill beef with anchovies sauce
    siekrouh khmer-cambodian sausage
    pleah sieko-raw beef cooked in lime juice salad
    cha takoon- stir fry vegetable (don

    #187631
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    Xata
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    [i]Originally posted by babicheeks[/i]
    ^ I said it up there.. cha ta-koun – stir fry chinese watercrest

    add on to the list..

    pa-baw bahn-kagn – white flat noodles made as a porridge soup
    bahn-sohng – noodle thingy.. w/ coconut milk.. n sliced eggrolls in it
    nam chau – spring rolls
    bok sa-dache/swai/lahong – long beans/mango/papaya salad
    pahok ktiss – this is with coconut milk
    kaw – brown sugary soup w/ eggs/pork/bamboo/black ground pepper.. etc. any kind of meat.

    Opps…I must have missed it. thanks now I know what ta koun is in english….chinese watercrest.

    #187642
    Avatar of Khmer_Ryder
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    [i]Originally posted by sreykhell[/i]

    prawn soup, large prawns boiled to make broth with a stick of lemon grass, assorted selection of gee(mints) some spices and lime squized in it

    man i love that

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