Thai wok and noodles Khmer style

Food in Cambodia

Having a kitchen has finally set our vegetable modus at high speed. To make it fast and easy without having to order in or eating fast food, I have been making a lot of woks and noodle soups lately.

Either a green curry with noodles in coconut milk or a red paneng curry. Both my partner and I prefer the green one. It does not get as heavy as the Paneng curry.

I simply put the noodles in hot,almost boiling, coconut milk. After a minute I put in whatever I feel like throwing in. Usually that’s carrot, yellow onion, paprika and broccoli. And of course cashew nuts which holds a lot of minerals and levels of antioxidants. You can never go wrong with those. Garnish with some spring onions and you’re set. Takes no longer than 5 minutes. And it is really delicious too.  Suits me perfectly fine.

Khmer food, noodle soup, green curry, Cambodia

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