Im not fan of this recipe, but it is really popular in my community in Kampuchea Krom, Mekong delta.<br/><br/>This is our special dish, Khmer Krom means Cambodian living in Mekong delta, where was belong to Cambodia ancient kingdom in the past, in 17th century Vietnamese invased and now it is called Nam Bo or just Mekong delta, we just call Kampuchea Krom and its people is Khmer Krom, Krom mean low :D<br/><br/>There are so much delicious dishes of our Khmer, but im sorry my English is not good to write a destruction and post in here :((
Wow - such a good and easy recipe! It calls for all the salty ingredients you can think of, but hey...it's what makes food taste good. I'm Cambodian and this recipe doesn't taste "Cambodian" to me. But maybe it was recently invented by a Cambodian person (smile).
Love the flavor of these wings, they were enjoyed by all.
I agree with cali love. My husband is cambodian and this is definetly not a cambodian recipe but he enjoyed this dish.
It was well received by all who got to try some. However, one of my friends (who was Cambodian) said he wouldn't have been able to tell it was supposed to be a Cambodian recipe... but still raved it was delish! Go figure.
loved them! as i do all your cambodian recipes dee :) so easy to make as well
Very delicious!!! Easy to make. Didn't have green onions on hand so subbed regular onions. I doubled the great sauce and we ate until we couldn't eat more!! Will definitely make again. Thanks for this really great recipe.