Phnom Penh Noodle Soup
April 13th, 2012 9 Comments

Phnom Penh Noodle Soup

Phnom Penh Noodle Soup

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Many years ago, I visited Cambodia and fell in love with the country, its people, architecture (think Angkor Wat!), the exotic and absolutely delicious cuisine. I am so glad that my Malaysian friend Leemei Tan at My Cooking Hut has recently released a cookbook “Lemongrass and Ginger” and there is a Phnom Penh Noodle Soup recipe in the book. (Phnom Penh is the capital of Cambodia.)

Asian cooking is one of the fastest-growing cookery trends in the world—and from Chinese to Thai, Indian to Malaysian, the diverse tastes, textures and aromas of Asia can be sampled in this beautiful new cookbook.

There are 7 chapters in the book that cover recipes from all over Asia—Japan & Korea, China, Philippines & Indonesia, Malaysia & Singapore, Thailand, Cambodia & Vietnam and India & Sri Lanka. Besides, there are 3 sections in the book that will come in handy. They are “Basic Recipes,” “Basic Techniques” and “Glossary.”

The cookbook is available now in the US, UK, and Australia. To pick up a copy of the cookbook, click here.

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9 comments... read them below or add one

  1. June says:

    I love Cambodian food. Thanks for sharing the recipe.

  2. Jagruti says:

    Since I don’t eat pork, I plan to substitute it with chicken. I am sure it won’t have the same flavor but i guess that will satisfy my craving! Love the recipe! Thanks :)

  3. joey says:

    Love the sound of this soup and that cookbook! I really love Asian cuisine…and not just because I am Asian :) I think it is the most vibrant, exciting, diverse, and intense cuisines out there!

  4. Safiq maje says:

    I love eating this in vietnamese resturants. They offer both with soup and a dry version with soup on the side, does anyone know the recipe of the brown sauce they use on the noodles in the dry version?

  5. This sounds awesome, thanks.

    You are welcome to join in my monthly food blogger event THE SOUP KITCHEN, here all bloggers are welcome, hope to see you participate soon. Different theme each month. April’s theme is Chinese Soup.

  6. This is such an interesting recipe. I’ve had Cambodian food a few times and didn’t realize they use coriander and cloves in their noodle soup. I wonder where that influence came from? It’s fascinating. Thanks for sharing the recipe and gorgeous photos!

  7. chan says:

    your website is amazing! so glad i found it! wish there were more cambodian recipes. keep up the good work! i wanna cook everyone on here, it all looks so delicious :)

  8. chan says:

    oopz i meant everythinng*

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