Cambodian Vegetarian Recipes

Like most Asian countries, Cambodia has its share of vegetarian recipes on offer, a few tasty items are listed here; Five Vegetable Stir-fry Fragrant-Eggplant Num Ta Leng Sap (Khmer Vegetarian Pancake) Tohu Char Kreoung . (Soy Gluten Rolls With Spicy Lemon Grass )  Salor Kor-Ko Sap (Khmer Vegetarian Stew.) Banana Blossom Salad (Nyoum Trayong Chaek) […]

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Cambodian Sauces Recipes

A selection of authentic Cambodian sauce recipes: dipping sauces, curry sauces, mango salsa, coconut sauce and salad dressing… Salad Dressing Lemon Grass Curry Sauce Sweet Soy Dipping Sauce Tirk trey chu p’em (Sweet fish sauce) Tirk umpel (Tamarind sauce) Tirk kreoung pahok (Grilled fish with pickle) Red Curry Cambogee Ginger Fish Dipping Sauce Pickle Fish […]

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Cambodian Meat Recipes

Authentic Cambodian cuisine includes an array of delicious meat recipes for fish, pork and chicken, using curries, spices, local condiments, fruit and vegetables; Aioan Chua Noeung Phset Kretni Cambogee Beef Red Beef Curry Cambogee Eggplant with Pork & Shrimp Coconut Fish Curry Parcels  Amok Trei Pakon Char Poat Koun (Shrimp with baby corn) Tamarind Chicken […]

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Cambodian (Khmer) Ingredients

 Many ingredients in Cambodian recipes are similar to those used in adjacent countries; Rice paddy herb. Ma-om Fishwort. Chee poel trey Sweet basil leaves. Chee_korhom Asian coriander. Xang_hum Chive Ka-chay Pepper mint. Chee ankam derm Cilantro. Chee van_suy Chen Saw leaf. Chee pa-la(chee parang). Ginger. Chnay Asian Rhubard. Kdath Long string bean. Sdet_kur Asian Eggplant. […]

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Cambodian Desserts Recipes

Traditional Cambodian desserts (Khmer sweets) include taro and rice-based puddings and custards. Dishes using both bananas and mango are also popular; Kuay Namuan Banana Rice Pudding Boua Loy Coconut Custard Mung Bean Pudding Chet Ang Nung Tirk Doung Grilled Banana With Coconut Sauce Borbo Lpaov Pumpkin and Potatoes Pudding Bobor Trao Taro Root Pudding Sticky […]

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Cambodia Cultural Info

Khmer architecture reached its zenith during the Angkorian era (seen in Angkor Wat and the structures of Angkor Thom). Many fine examples of Khmer sculpture can be found in the National Museum in Phnom Penh. Cambodia’s classical dance is highly stylised and usually accompanied by an orchestra or choral narration. Theravada Buddhism is the dominant […]

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Ta Chou Chouk (The old beggar.)

One upon a time, the Khmer Empire was one of the powerful and wealthy countries in South East Asia.And Prince Prah Vate Sun Ddo was the only son of very rich and famous King Prah Vate. He had everything, beautiful wife, two lovely children, a boy and girl, plus his own kingdom and he was […]

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Instability & Hunger Cambodia

After the Killing Fields: Political Instability and Its Effect on Chronic Hunger in Cambodia The debilitating effects of hunger contribute to poverty by depriving the poorest of their main, and sometimes only, asset – labor. It is unlikely that the most undernourished can escape poverty without increased access to food. So hunger and poverty are […]

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Cambodia Human Rights Report 2007

Cambodia Country Reports on Human Rights Practices  –2007 Released by the Bureau of Democracy, Human Rights, and Labor March 11, 2008 Cambodia is a constitutional monarchy with an elected government and a population of approximately 14 million. Following national elections in 2003, the Cambodian People’s Party (CPP), led by Prime Minister Hun Sen, and the National […]

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Cambodian Ghosts

In Cambodia, The Ghosts of Yesterday Help Explain the Evils of Today By Andrew Lam The “tragedy of Cambodia” has been the subject of much comment and analysis, but few have considered what might be called the “spiritual” dimensions of the problem. For those who live in Cambodia — 9 out of 10 of them […]

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