12 Easy Essential Marinades
12 "Go To" Marinades, condensed into one easy to reference guide! Ranging from a classic steak marinade, balsamic, Greek, Mexican, various Asian ones, a Middle Eastern marinade, an Italian and a quick Greek marinade.
Thai Seafood Sauce Recipe: The Ultimate Seafood Feast?
Nam jim seafood (น้ำจิ้มซีฟู้ด), also known just as Thai seafood sauce is the go-to sauce for all forms of Thai seafood. If you make this sauce, you can cook any type of seafood plain, dip it in this sauce, and it will taste amazing. Also, I can’t emphasize this point enough – use these ingredients as a guide, not as strict amounts. You need to add then taste test until the flavor is right for you.
How To Make Cambodian Lort Cha (Stir-fried Rice Pin Noodles)
Learn how to make Cambodian lort cha (stir-fried short rice pin noodles) with delicious stir-fry techniques and simple steps you need to know.
Cambodian Food Recipe: How to Make Num Banh Chok
Nom banh chok is Cambodian rice noodle, often sold by vendors in the early morning; usually women carrying it on baskets from a pole balanced on their shoulder. This food consists of noodles laboriously pounded out of rice, topped off with a fish-based yellow kroeung gravy made from lemongrass, rizhome, turmeric root and other Cambodian ingredients, and served with banana blossoms, cucumber and freshly foraged wild greens.
Chinese Green soup with meatballs
Meat balls with green vegetable soup I don’t have exact recipe for this soup, you need the following ingredients, 10 to15 meat balls homemade recipe below, or store meat ball 5 cups of water or chicken broth 2 garlic cloves with 1 t of salt1/4 t of black pepper smash in mortar pestle (spices) 3 cups of any Chinese green like bok choy, Napa, Choy Sum, or wong bok 1 t of Korr chicken Bouillon powder 2 green onion for garnish In a medium pot boil water or chicken broth Put meat balls cook till…
Bok choy stir fry with oyster sauce and garlic oil is a perennial Chinese restaurant favorite menu. You can use my simple to follow recipe with any kind of Chinese greens to recreate this iconic Chinese dish at home.
Nom Bon Chok Tirk Somlar Khmer-Cooking Cambodian/Khmer food with Elissa.
Nom Bon Chok is one of Cambodian comfort traditional food. It is very popular in almost every occasions and events. We normally make Nom Bon Chok for Bouns, ...
How to Make Cha Mee Sor របៀបធ្វើឆាមីសួ cambodian food
Cooking with Elissa Sokធើ្វម្ហូបជាមួយអ៊ីលីសា Ingredients 10 oz. (1 bag) Vermicelli (Mee Sor)1/2 cup dried banana flower 1/2 cup dried black fungus mushroom...
Rice noodle with Rhizome Roots soup (Num Banch Chouck Somlor Khmer)
Rice noodle with Rhizome Roots soup (Num Banch Chouck Somlor Khmer) This is Khmer popular food in the country and it come with soup broth...
Aromatherapy in a Bowl
Thank you thank you thank you to everyone who has responded to my plea for recipe testers! That being said, please be patient with me–I have this horrendous cold that I can’t seem to sh…
Caramelized Pork with Eggs
Caramelized Pork with hard boil eggs ( Khor Sach Chrouk) 6 hard boil eggs (peel) 1 T of water 1 T of sugar 2 cups of water 3 cloves of garlic minced 1/4 cup of fish sauce 1/4 cup of sugar 1 T of dark sweet soy sauce (dragon brand) 1 t of salt 2 stars anise 1 can of coconut juice (not coconut milk) 1/2 t of black pepper 11/2 lbs pork belly cut to chunks In a medium size pan caramelized 1 T of water,dark soy sauce and sugar till golden brown, stir frequently, add pork Mix till all side turn…