Ask any one who has visited Cambodia what their favourite local dish was and chances are high that they'll say "Fish Amok" without having to think too hard. This dish is traditionally made with fish that is lightly spiced and cooked in coconut milk. The fish can be substituted with chicken or lots of vegetables for a … Continue reading Fish Amok
One of the dishes I learned in my Khmer cooking class was Beef Lok Lak. This is a Cambodian twist on a Vietnamese dish consisting of cubes of marinated and sautéed beef served on a bed of lettuce, tomatoes and cucumber, then drizzled with a delicious sauce and served with rice and a fried egg sunny side … Continue reading Beef Lok Lak
During my 10day stop in Ho Chi Minh, I stayed at the Ngoc Thao Guesthouse in the backpacker area. The owners and everyone who worked there were very friendly and helpful with whatever we needed. They offered to prepare a typical Vietnamese meal for us where we would get to go shopping with them to … Continue reading Vietnamese Recipes
Delicious chicken cooked in a mild spinach based sauce. I fell in love with this the first time my mom cooked it for me.
One of my all-time-favourite dishes! Basmati rice cooked in a delicate but delicious lamb stock is an absolute treat! Thanks mum for this recipe 🙂
This is one of my favourite bhajis (greens). Although in most parts of the world, dill is used as a garnish, in India it is prepared as a dry curry. (Any greens prepared as curry is called bhaji). This is my mum's recipe; It's very simple and healthy and tastes splendid with sorghum rotis smeared … Continue reading Dill and Lentil curry