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  • #581691
    Avatar of jantra
    jantra
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    That is just so yummy!

    Ingredients:

    1 cup trey ch’euh or trey ang (smoked or grilled fish fillet)
    1 spoon fish paste (prahok) roasted
    1 bulk cove garlic, peel them off
    1 spoon roasted peanut
    1/2 spoon sugar
    1 lime
    1 chili pepper
    1 spoon sesame oil

    Preparation:

    1. Heat sesame oil, add garlic and red pepper, stir till it gets light brown. Scoop out.
    2. In a khmer mortar, pound the roasted peanuts, garlic with pepper, mix them well till it gets sticky.
    3. Add cooked fish paste, sugar, and smoked fish, mix them well together with the pestle.
    4. Add lime juice and adjust your taste.
    5. Serve with fresh vegies like cucumber, cabbage, string beans, egg plants, steamed vegies like banana flower, khmer squash (nonong), papaya, broccolli etc…

    #581696
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    xAteytakalx
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    I make my tuk kroeung similar to your recipe with the exemption of Peanuts. I will have to try adding that the next time I make it. :)

    #581701
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    eudaimonia
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    This thread is worthless without pictures.

    #581706
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    Tevbot
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    [Message last modified 05-13-2009 02:44am by Tevbot]

    #581711
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    jantra
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    It goes bad rather quickly if you add peanuts. I only add peanuts when I am ready to eat.

    [i]Originally posted by xAteytakalx[/i]
    I make my tuk kroeung similar to your recipe with the exemption of Peanuts. I will have to try adding that the next time I make it. :)

    #581716
    Avatar of Jomos
    Jomos
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    mmmmmm that sounds so yummee right now,,any pic:)

    [i]Originally posted by jantra[/i]
    That is just so yummy!

    Ingredients:

    1 cup trey ch’euh or trey ang (smoked or grilled fish fillet)
    1 spoon fish paste (prahok) roasted
    1 bulk cove garlic, peel them off
    1 spoon roasted peanut
    1/2 spoon sugar
    1 lime
    1 chili pepper
    1 spoon sesame oil

    Preparation:

    1. Heat sesame oil, add garlic and red pepper, stir till it gets light brown. Scoop out.
    2. In a khmer mortar, pound the roasted peanuts, garlic with pepper, mix them well till it gets sticky.
    3. Add cooked fish paste, sugar, and smoked fish, mix them well together with the pestle.
    4. Add lime juice and adjust your taste.
    5. Serve with fresh vegies like cucumber, cabbage, string beans, egg plants, steamed vegies like banana flower, khmer squash (nonong), papaya, broccolli etc…

    #581722
    Avatar of KomLostBong
    KomLostBong
    Participant

    Hey!! Tevbot…

    I want to eat somlor chnang Kdao soup…Please giving me a recipe!!! Thankz…
    Cuz this long weekend Im doing that stuffs and eatin, drinking…

    [i]Originally posted by Tevbot[/i]
    [img]http://www.satreykhmeronline.com/wp-content/uploads/2008/06/tirk-kreung-onlork.jpg[/img]
    [img]http://www.satreykhmeronline.com/wp-content/uploads/2008/06/tirk-kreung.jpg[/img]
    [img]http://www.satreykhmer.com/wp-content/uploads/2007/11/khmerhotpot1.jpg[/img]
    [img]http://www.smaradeykhmer.org/smaradey/images/stories/ffv/veg/05/1.jpg[/img]

    [Message last modified 05-13-2009 02:44am by Tevbot]

    #581725
    Avatar of Tevbot
    Tevbot
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    [i]Originally posted by KomLostBong[/i]
    Hey!! Tevbot…

    I want to eat somlor chnang Kdao soup…Please giving me a recipe!!! Thankz…
    Cuz this long weekend Im doing that stuffs and eatin, drinking…
    [quote]
    [i]Originally posted by Tevbot[/i]

    [img]http://www.satreykhmer.com/wp-content/uploads/2007/11/khmerhotpot1.jpg[/img]

    [/quote]

    try here bong: http://khmerkromrecipes.com/

    #581730
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    jantra
    Participant

    Tnx, bong srey. Now that looks yummy.

    [i]Originally posted by sopheapneary[/i]
    [img]http://i188.photobucket.com/albums/z184/sopheapneary/tirkkroeung.jpg[/img]
    [quote]
    [i]Originally posted by jantra[/i]
    That is just so yummy!

    Ingredients:

    1 cup trey ch’euh or trey ang (smoked or grilled fish fillet)
    1 spoon fish paste (prahok) roasted
    1 bulk cove garlic, peel them off
    1 spoon roasted peanut
    1/2 spoon sugar
    1 lime
    1 chili pepper
    1 spoon sesame oil

    Preparation:

    1. Heat sesame oil, add garlic and red pepper, stir till it gets light brown. Scoop out.
    2. In a khmer mortar, pound the roasted peanuts, garlic with pepper, mix them well till it gets sticky.
    3. Add cooked fish paste, sugar, and smoked fish, mix them well together with the pestle.
    4. Add lime juice and adjust your taste.
    5. Serve with fresh vegies like cucumber, cabbage, string beans, egg plants, steamed vegies like banana flower, khmer squash (nonong), papaya, broccolli etc…

    [/quote]

    #581735
    Avatar of jantra
    jantra
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    Looks really good. Do u have the recipe to share?

    [/quote]

    [Message last modified 05-17-2009 05:10pm by jantra]

    #581740
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    Tevbot
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    [i]Originally posted by sopheapneary[/i]
    [img]http://i188.photobucket.com/albums/z184/sopheapneary/tirkkroeung.jpg[/img]
    [quote]
    [i]Originally posted by jantra[/i]
    That is just so yummy!

    Ingredients:

    1 cup trey ch’euh or trey ang (smoked or grilled fish fillet)
    1 spoon fish paste (prahok) roasted
    1 bulk cove garlic, peel them off
    1 spoon roasted peanut
    1/2 spoon sugar
    1 lime
    1 chili pepper
    1 spoon sesame oil

    Preparation:

    1. Heat sesame oil, add garlic and red pepper, stir till it gets light brown. Scoop out.
    2. In a khmer mortar, pound the roasted peanuts, garlic with pepper, mix them well till it gets sticky.
    3. Add cooked fish paste, sugar, and smoked fish, mix them well together with the pestle.
    4. Add lime juice and adjust your taste.
    5. Serve with fresh vegies like cucumber, cabbage, string beans, egg plants, steamed vegies like banana flower, khmer squash (nonong), papaya, broccolli etc…

    [/quote]

    ur a chef! thanks srey!

    #581745
    Avatar of KomLostBong
    KomLostBong
    Participant

    Where did you get that link from…???
    cuz its exactely same kind of KhmerFoods that my friend makes in his Restaurent(NYC).

    [i]Originally posted by Tevbot[/i]

    [quote]
    [i]Originally posted by KomLostBong[/i]
    Hey!! Tevbot…

    I want to eat somlor chnang Kdao soup…Please giving me a recipe!!! Thankz…
    Cuz this long weekend Im doing that stuffs and eatin, drinking…
    [quote]
    [i]Originally posted by Tevbot[/i]

    [img]http://www.satreykhmer.com/wp-content/uploads/2007/11/khmerhotpot1.jpg[/img]

    [/quote]

    try here bong: http://khmerkromrecipes.com/
    [/quote]

    #581751
    Avatar of xAteytakalx
    xAteytakalx
    Participant

    Tuk Kroeung is on my menu for dinner today :)
    Hopefully we are not too hungry that I forget to take some pictures. I will try to add the peanuts.

    My veggies so far include
    Sdao
    Cucumbers
    Broccoli (blanch)
    Watercress (my favorite)
    Cabbage
    Thai Eggplant
    Japanese Eggplant (I think I will try to fry it first like the pic)

    This will be the time to get all my veggies nutrition as I haven’t been eating much from that food group lately :(

    #581756
    Avatar of Tevbot
    Tevbot
    Participant

    maybe this is ur friends site, luk bong?! =)

    http://www.satreykhmer.com

    [i]Originally posted by KomLostBong[/i]
    Where did you get that link from…???
    cuz its exactely same kind of KhmerFoods that my friend makes in his Restaurent(NYC).
    [quote]
    [i]Originally posted by Tevbot[/i]

    [quote]
    [i]Originally posted by KomLostBong[/i]
    Hey!! Tevbot…

    I want to eat somlor chnang Kdao soup…Please giving me a recipe!!! Thankz…
    Cuz this long weekend Im doing that stuffs and eatin, drinking…
    [quote]
    [i]Originally posted by Tevbot[/i]

    [img]http://www.satreykhmer.com/wp-content/uploads/2007/11/khmerhotpot1.jpg[/img]

    [/quote]

    try here bong: http://khmerkromrecipes.com/
    [/quote]
    [/quote]

    #581760
    Avatar of Ficlya
    Ficlya
    Participant

    look so gooooooooooood

    Originally posted by sopheapneary

    Originally posted by jantra

    #581767
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    Anonymous

    Sdao is too bitter for my taste buds, unfortunately.

    #581772
    Avatar of Ficlya
    Ficlya
    Participant

    thats the one thing i take out

    [i]Originally posted by distortion[/i]
    Sdao is too bitter for my taste buds, unfortunately.

    #581777
    Avatar of xAteytakalx
    xAteytakalx
    Participant

    I made Tuk Kroeung as planned :D My recipe + video tutorial coming soon!

    [i]Originally posted by xAteytakalx[/i]
    Tuk Kroeung is on my menu for dinner today :)
    Hopefully we are not too hungry that I forget to take some pictures. I will try to add the peanuts.

    My veggies so far include
    Sdao
    Cucumbers
    Broccoli (blanch)
    Watercress (my favorite)
    Cabbage
    Thai Eggplant
    Japanese Eggplant (I think I will try to fry it first like the pic)

    This will be the time to get all my veggies nutrition as I haven’t been eating much from that food group lately :(

    #581782
    Avatar of jantra
    jantra
    Participant

    Funny that you said that, when I was young, I used to hate Khmer food. I would cry my eyes out before eating. Now I can’t go one day without Khmer food.

    [i]Originally posted by sopheapneary[/i]
    No problems, I used to hate anything that is bitter, but ever since I was pregnant with my youngest child, I love all those bitter (lveeng) veggies.
    [quote]
    [i]Originally posted by jantra[/i]
    Tnx, bong srey. Now that looks yummy.

    [quote]
    [i]Originally posted by sopheapneary[/i]
    [img]http://i188.photobucket.com/albums/z184/sopheapneary/tirkkroeung.jpg[/img]
    [quote]
    [i]Originally posted by jantra[/i]
    That is just so yummy!

    Ingredients:

    1 cup trey ch’euh or trey ang (smoked or grilled fish fillet)
    1 spoon fish paste (prahok) roasted
    1 bulk cove garlic, peel them off
    1 spoon roasted peanut
    1/2 spoon sugar
    1 lime
    1 chili pepper
    1 spoon sesame oil

    Preparation:

    1. Heat sesame oil, add garlic and red pepper, stir till it gets light brown. Scoop out.
    2. In a khmer mortar, pound the roasted peanuts, garlic with pepper, mix them well till it gets sticky.
    3. Add cooked fish paste, sugar, and smoked fish, mix them well together with the pestle.
    4. Add lime juice and adjust your taste.
    5. Serve with fresh vegies like cucumber, cabbage, string beans, egg plants, steamed vegies like banana flower, khmer squash (nonong), papaya, broccolli etc…

    [/quote]
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    [/quote]

    #581788
    Avatar of jantra
    jantra
    Participant

    Wow! That looks so good. Making me so hungry right now. I am making lap today :)

    [i]Originally posted by xAteytakalx[/i]
    I made Tuk Kroeung as planned :D My recipe + video tutorial coming soon!

    [img]http://www.khatiya-korner.com/blog/images/tuk_kroeung.jpg[/img]
    [quote]
    [i]Originally posted by xAteytakalx[/i]
    Tuk Kroeung is on my menu for dinner today :)
    Hopefully we are not too hungry that I forget to take some pictures. I will try to add the peanuts.

    My veggies so far include
    Sdao
    Cucumbers
    Broccoli (blanch)
    Watercress (my favorite)
    Cabbage
    Thai Eggplant
    Japanese Eggplant (I think I will try to fry it first like the pic)

    This will be the time to get all my veggies nutrition as I haven’t been eating much from that food group lately :(

    [/quote]

    #581793
    Avatar of Jomos
    Jomos
    Participant

    thanks sopheapnary,,we usually have sdoa and sap cucumbers mixed in num bunjuk

    [i]Originally posted by sopheapneary[/i]
    [img]http://i188.photobucket.com/albums/z184/sopheapneary/tirkkroeung.jpg[/img]
    [quote]
    [i]Originally posted by jantra[/i]
    That is just so yummy!

    Ingredients:

    1 cup trey ch’euh or trey ang (smoked or grilled fish fillet)
    1 spoon fish paste (prahok) roasted
    1 bulk cove garlic, peel them off
    1 spoon roasted peanut
    1/2 spoon sugar
    1 lime
    1 chili pepper
    1 spoon sesame oil

    Preparation:

    1. Heat sesame oil, add garlic and red pepper, stir till it gets light brown. Scoop out.
    2. In a khmer mortar, pound the roasted peanuts, garlic with pepper, mix them well till it gets sticky.
    3. Add cooked fish paste, sugar, and smoked fish, mix them well together with the pestle.
    4. Add lime juice and adjust your taste.
    5. Serve with fresh vegies like cucumber, cabbage, string beans, egg plants, steamed vegies like banana flower, khmer squash (nonong), papaya, broccolli etc…

    [/quote]

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