As it name, this food looks totally red. However, Khmer red curry is as not as spicy as in Thailand, so it is much easier to enjoy.
Khmer red curry is kind of coconut-milk-based, made from beef, chicken or fish, eggplant, green beans, potatoes, fresh coconut milk, lemon grass and kroeung. To fulfill the food, Cambodians often serve Khmer red curry with bread. Bread is soft and sweet while curry is salty and spicy, which is such a perfect combination. This delicious food is traditionally served at special occasions in Cambodia such as weddings, family gathering and religious holiday such as Pchum Ben or Ancestor’s Day to show honor to their ancestors.
It is the most popular street food in Cambodia which is sold early every morning. Simple but amazingly delicious, bai sach chrouk is made from thinly sliced pork grilled over warm coals and rice.
Tourists will be attracted by Lap Khmer at the first sight by its colorfulness and aroma. Lap Khmer is a beef salad in which beef more than salad.
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