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Information about Cambodian Amok plus Amok Recipes



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Amok is a popular Cambodian dish which some have likened to the American Hamburger....but only inasmuch as it's eaten frequently.  The traditional (and most popular) recipe uses fish   however our research shows it is quite acceptable to use  chicken,  lobster and even escargot (snails). The other main ingredients are coconut milk and turmeric which are essential to the dish.


The traditional method of using banana leaves for cooking and serving can be got around by using collard greens or cabbage which has the added advantage that the whole thing can be eaten.


Below are 2 Amok recipes for you to try. Serve with rice.


Happy cooking!




Amok Moan  (chicken)    HT   MC   Cambodian   100mins

Amok Trei  (fish)   HT  MC  Cambodian  100mins


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