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Flavorful pork patties baked in banana leaves. I adapted the original Thai recipe into individual patties which cook faster and are easier to handle than the original large tube/loaf. I can't eat fish or soy sauce, so I just leave it out (which does take away a little flavor,) or sometimes substitute a splash of beef broth or wine instead. For ZWT9

Recipe #503481

A refreshing tart carbonated komquat-ade from Cambodia. Calamondins are a cross between a kumquat and a mandarin - I was unable to find either at my local grocery so I made it using 1 medium sized naval orange. The original recipe calls for 3 tbsp of sugar, which makes an incredibly tart beverage - I used sprite and 1/2 cup of sugar because the original was too strong for my tastes. from khmerkromrecipes.com

Recipe #503196

Caramelized slow cooked pork with hard boiled eggs. Boiled eggs are surprisingly good stirred into savory sauces, as the whites absorb much of the flavor and add an interesting texture to the meal. This meal is traditionally enjoyed for the holidays. from khmerkromrecipes.com for ZWT9

Recipe #503198

A spicy beef mixture baked on top of crusty french bread - like an open faced meatloaf sandwich. from khmerkromrecipes.com for ZWT9

Recipe #503200

A simple, refreshing dessert from Cambodia. The author notes that many people do not have an oven, and cook the custard in a steamer until it sets. From khmerkromrecipes.com

Recipe #503202

A mild sounding chicken curry cooked in coconut milk. from ezythaicooking.com for ZWT

Recipe #502802

Sweet little dumplings in a warm coconut cream sauce. The Thai website says "served as a snack in comfortable" which I think means its comfort food :) from ezythaicooking.com for ZWT

Recipe #502808

Simple steamed eggs with fresh coriander and tomatoes. Steaming the eggs gives them a light, airy texture that is almost custard like. I used garden fresh tomatoes, which released their juices into the eggs, so canned would probably work better. This would also be good with ham or bacon and cheese instead of the tomatoes, although it wouldn't be a Thai recipe anymore :) The original recipe called for 2 cups of broth, but I reduced it to 1 cup since it didn't set fully with 2 cups. from ezythiacooking.com for ZWT9

Recipe #502804


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