Recipe Cambodian (Khmer) food is the loc Lac (for 2 servings)
Lok Lac (Loc Lac) is a marinated beef, pork, chicken or seafood. The dish is served with a sauce of famous Khmer spicy green pepper from Khmer Kampot province. Served with rice and (or) salad.
The recipe is very simple, and its preparation for Russian cuisine you will find almost all the ingredients (and if not there, then there will be in the nearest supermarket). Only one exception – oyster sauce (oyster sauce) – quite difficult to find in our stores. At least, we never met. It's pretty stringy, sometimes like jelly, dark-translucent sauce, with a peculiar salty taste. It is made directly from the oysters by cooking to thicken with salt and some other components. It's easy to order online, but if you can not or do not want to, you can try to replace it with good soy sauce, although the taste is not the same.
So, for cooking you will need:
- 300 g flesh of any meat (beef, pork, chicken) or seafood
- 2 tbsp. sugar
- 2 tbsp. soy sauce
- 1 tbsp oyster sauce
- 1-2 tbsp. chopped fresh pepper green peas (you can substitute regular ground black pepper)
- 2 tbsp vinegar or lemon juice
- 2 tbsp. hot water
- 4 garlic cloves
Cut the meat into thin strips, roll in mixture of 1 tbsp sugar, 1 tbsp soy sauce, 1 tbsp oyster sauce and leave to marinate for 30-60 min.
While the meat will marinate, prepare peppercorn sauce: mix the crushed pepper, vinegar (or lemon juice), 1 tbsp sugar, 1 tbsp soy sauce, hot water.
Pour into the pan 2 tablespoons of vegetable oil and heat. Throw chopped garlic (4 cloves), and fry until Golden brown (it should take 20-30 seconds). Put in a skillet marinated meat, and cook everything together for 5-10 minutes (the longer the beef, everything else is fast).
Put the finished meat on a dish and pour the cooked pepper sauce, garnish with vegetables and greens (very good cilantro or Basil). As a garnish use cooked rice.
Recently ventured out of Vietnam on a motorbike in Cambodia to go. And tortured me a question let me in with a Vietnamese bike in Cambodia? or not?
At the Vietnamese border, a lot of "intermediaries", which for $ 5 you are ready to put a stamp without your involvement (to boast) and without queues. This divorce, if there is a queue, it moves quickly. The stamp and all free! At the Vietnamese border, many say that Cambodians won't let a scooter with Vietnamese numbers. I figured since you released me, it means that there is an opportunity there to pass.
On the Cambodian border more difficult... Need to fill anketku for a Visa, she need a picture, but then for $ 5 are helpers that will fill in the questionnaire for you and one agree about the uselessness of photography. It turned out that with a photo of the visa costs 30 dollars, and without pictures 33, but the customs officers. There are people who for $ 10 you will move the bike across the border, which is also expensive. Just after the paperwork (by the way they fingerprinted), go to MOTOBIKE and pass the border.
PS: One tamogenaya said that the police were to catch you with these numbers. But I did not come across to them, nor in Vietnam (driving without a license), nor in Cambodia. Who had experience to share. ...
The only thing you forgot to mention the restriction on the reverse is valid only when visa-free travel, we have about this has long been written everywhere - https://nashaplaneta.net/asia/vietnam/arti-bezvizoviy-viesd-izmeneniya.php. so before you go all read on the topic. ...
From HCM to Phnom Penh bus is 7-10 hours, and from TNG to SMRP for more than 6 hours. As for the stop in Phnom Penh on the way to Siemriep or not, I would definitely say that I'd drop in and make a stop there for 2 full days. To visit the country and not to visit the capital for me is a defective acquaintance with the country, so I always visit the capital. In Phnom Penh you need to watch at least "the killing fields", the Royal Palace, Wat Phnom, NAT. Museum. But there is besides so much more interesting. ...
Hello Anya. To change the dongs can be precisely, but regarding the profitability of the course you will not tell. In any case, the logic of the exchange rate of the Dong to Riel should be more profitable than from dongs to dollars then dollars. But on the other hand, dollars in Cambodia in the course, and the local currency by tourists almost never used, so it may be easier to change dongs for dollars in Vietnam, and in Cambodia directly have to pay with dollars, as all do. ...
Is Siemrpe have time to go on trips to the tropical gardens is to see Angkor? ...
A very interesting story. Photo said it! ...
Thanks for the routes. Useful...! ...
you on your own or with tour operator but to see the temples you want? ...
Extreme means last ...
minister, why did you publish copied from other sites, text in posts? And by the way, Siemreab no place else.