Cambodian Waffles. These are the best waffles ever...coconut flavor and so soft. My favorite treats from back at home.
Baing Cha-nerk (Rice Dumplings stuff with Mung bean in a sweet ginger sauce)
Nom Kroch: literary means orange cake or orange ball. Made of sticky rice, mung bean, shredded coconut and sesame. This is my childhood memory. When I was a little girl, my mother and I used to get up every morning at 5am to make it. Around 7am, I brought nom kroch to the market everyday. Cambodian children love nom kroch. It’s quick grab snack.
Nom Krob Knohr - traditional Khmer sweet made of mung bean and egg.This dessert goes well with hot tea or coffee.
Domlong Chung Skor - Cambodian caramelized sweet potato with sesame. This is traditional snack, dessert or appetizer and popular among children.
(Husband Killers) - This is a Cambodian snack composed of glutinous rice flour, palm sugar and grated coconut. The story is....once there was a newly wed couple. One morning husband went to work and the wife decided to make a treat for her hubby. He quickly popped one in his mouth but it was still too hot and he ate too fast he started choking. However, he wanted look "manly" in front of his new wife so he acted like nothing happened and tried to swallow it down....sadly he didn't make it. ...
(Khao tom mad) - Steamed glutinous rice cakes with banana recipe
kha nom khok - balls made of glutinous rice powder flavored with coconut milk.
red rice & coconut dessert Luang Namtha market
Sihanoukville, Cambodia: I don't know what this Cambodian dessert is called, but it's like a gelatin wrap with mung beans and nuts on top. This is very tasty.
Umpey skor krop. (Tamarind candies.)
Num poang moan chien. ( Egg custard pastry.) Pastry with coconut egg custard filling is deep-fried to golden brown. This recipe originated from Prey Nokor ( Saigon). You can find this yummy sweet treat at most trendy restaurants back home.
Num tnor . ( Khmer Krom jackfruit muffins.)
Num cafe. (Khmer Krom coffee cake.)
Num Taloak (Persimmon Coffee Cake)