Cambodian Cooking: A Humanitarian Project in Collaboration with Act for Cambodia

Sample recipes from Cambodian Cooking: A Humanitarian Project in Collaboration with Act for Cambodia

Coconut Ham Curry with Pineapple

Are you stuck in a rut when it comes to menu planning? Then you'll want to see this recipe for Coconut Ham Curry with Pineapple! Easy to make and full of flavors, this curry recipe is the perfect way to use any ham you might have in the refrigerator (and who couldn't use a few more easy ham recipes?). You'll love the use of the on-trend coconut milk and pineapple in this dish, too. This recipe is sure to warm you up both inside and out. This delicious and colorful dish is full of vibrant flavors and can be served over rice or with your favorite flatbread for a filling and tasty meal.

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Hot and Sour Fish Soup

Don't discard the fish bones from your next meal just yet. Those fish bones will be big components when you make the broth in this recipe for Hot and Sour Fish Soup. You can save a little bit of time by making this stock in advance, too. This fish recipe is easy to make and can be ready to eat in under an hour. You'll also love that this soup is full of flavor and can definitely warm you up on a cold winter's night. If this is your first time cooking with water lilies, then take a look at the Notes section below the instructions for tips on how to prepare them.

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Marinated Beef Salad with Lemongrass

When it comes to easy dinner recipes, what can be more refreshing than a salad? Instead of preparing the same type of salad with forgettable ingredients, add some flavor in a big way when you make this recipe for Marinated Beef Salad with Lemongrass. This delightful summer salad is hearty and filling, and will be the perfect dish to serve while dining al fresco in your backyard this summer. The marinade for this salad recipe can be mixed in just a few minutes while the beef marinates, you can prepare the rest of the salad or even get caught up on a few chores. How's that for a quick recipe that might also save you some time?

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Khmer Curry Paste

If you always thought it would be difficult to make your own curry paste, then think again! This recipe for Khmer Curry Paste can be prepared and ready to incorporate in your favorite recipes within about 30 minutes after all, it only has three steps to the entire preparation process. You'll love the use of flavors in this curry paste, and you will relish the opportunity to learn how to make your own paste. If you'd like, consider making a second batch of this curry paste so you can have it on hand for the next time you plan to make curry. You'll use some of this curry in the recipe for Coconut Ham Curry with Pineapple, which is also by the same author.

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