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Freshly made Filipino chicken adobo

Quick and easy Filipino chicken adobo recipe

Chicken adobo is the distinct and popular national dish of the Philippines. Adobo means “marinade” in Spanish and this dish is a yummy chicken marinade of soya sauce and vinegar cooked for hours. Cooking with vinegar was traditionally used as a means to preserve the meat. This is our simple recipe for Filipino chicken adobo cooked with our ...
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Stefan with freshly made Vietnamese Cao Lau

Recipe for Vietnamese Cao Lau

Cao Lau was our favourite Vietnamese dish. It is a noodles based dish with slowly cooked sliced pork, bean sprouts and herbs served in a rich broth and topped with deep fried wonton crackers. Cao Lau originates from the Central Vietnamese city of Hoi An. The noodles have a chewiness to them and are darker then normal ...
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Sebastien with freshly made Vietnamese savoury pancakes: Banh Xeo

Recipe for Vietnamese savoury pancakes: Banh Xeo

Banh Xeo are Vietnamese pancakes, which have been deep fried and cooked with pork, shrimp and bean sprouts. They are served with a yummy sweet, fish, chilli, garlic based sauce for dipping. We took an excellent cooking class in Hoi An with the Golden Lotus Cooking school where Sebastien learnt this recipe for these finger licking Vietnamese savoury ...
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Cambodian beef lok lak

Cambodian beef lok lak recipe

Lok lak is a Cambodian beef stir fry served with onions, cucumbers and tomatoes, and dipped in a sauce containing lime juice, salt and pepper. Chicken can be used as an alternative and for vegetarians use tofu. It is commonly served with rice, a fried egg and a separate plate of lettuce leaves. The lettuce leaves are ...
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Best traditional food of Cambodia: fish amok

Cambodian fish amok recipe

Cambodian fish amok is a traditional Cambodian curry made lemongrass, chilli, coconut milk and amok “ngor” leaves, served in banana leaf. The freshwater Trei fish is traditionally used. But a common supermarket fish like halibut or cod can be used instead. Beef or chicken can be used instead and it can be adapted for vegetarians by using tofu. The ...
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