- prahok - definition of prahok from Food-Dictionary.
- How savings and prahok have changed our lives . . .
- Drinking coffee and talking about prahok with the ladies in Kulalom 1 and 2, Khan Roessei Keo.
- Fried Prahok with Coconut and Pork & Pumpkin Parcels Chan Uoy
- Apr 14, 2010 Prahok is Cambodia's national dish. It has a very strong and Many recipes use prahok but you can substitute shrimp paste or fish sauce.
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- 15.50. Twice-cooked with ginger, star-anise and coated with caramelised palm sugar.
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- A gray, pasty preserved fish, prahok is probably the most distinctive flavor in all of periods.
- Cambodia on a Plate.indd
- ingredient is prahok, fermented fish paste which . prahok and different categories of vegetables.
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- Bamboo Thicket's menu is famous for its $12 whole grilled chicken, cooked with prahok, the pungent Cambodian fish paste, and fresh salad greens.
- Prahok - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- Prahok (ប្រហុក) is a crushed, salted and fermented fish paste (usually of mud fish) that is used in Cambodian cuisine as a seasoning or a condiment.
- Why are Khmers Turning Against Their Fish Paste Heritage? « Food
- Mar 15, 2010 The soul of Khmer cuisine resides in a murky barrel of a potent, fishy paste that graces every meal-prahok.
- Five (Cambodian) foods you should eat before you die | Phnomenon
- Aug 30, 2006 Prahok – It's a little hard to wax lyrical about any food that is both the color grey and made from gutted, mashed then fermented animals.
- Word of Mouth: Prahok
- Jan 13, 2010 Prahok. I ate prahok kh'tih at a restaurant called Sugar Palm, an upmarket place that serves Khmer food to foreigners, mostly.
- Prahok : Substitutes, Ingredients, Equivalents
- Prahok : A gray, pasty preserved fish, prahok is probably the most distinctive flavor ... Includes typical ingredients, equivalents and substitutes for Prahok.
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