You don’t have to travel to a far-away land to enjoy a tasty picnic. You can do so right here in the city! Chances are that the food that you enjoy on picnics at home or in the parks is already among your favorites. I can think of many dishes that you love to have for lunch or dinner, such as rice, curry, or minced pork rice with vegetables. Today, I will share with you a great recipe that I learned from one of my customers in my restaurant. It is a delicious bowl of rice, with a touch of seafood and the sweetness of coconut milk.

As the weather warms up and people start to fire up their BBQs, many will be looking for the best bok Kapi to make it a great day. Here I try and provide you with some ideas on what to include, what to avoid, and some of the best places to get bok Kapi in Phnom Penh.

There are few things more Khmer than bok Kapi, a rice and noodle dish that’s a simple but delicious way to use up leftover rice or noodles.  It’s common to make it with egg noodles (known as tiet maek), pork, and herbs and vegetables.

This Khmer picnic meal, also known as bok Kapi, is popular in Asian nations, particularly Cambodia. It’s simple, tasty, and simple to prepare at home. Cucumber, long beans, Thai eggplant, and, most all, young green tamarind and green mango.

Ingredients

2 tbsp. kapi wrapped in foil and grilled or baked till brown    
1 cup dried fish, pre-heated in the oven    
4 garlic cloves    
4 shallots cloves    
1/4 cup soaking dried shrimp, rinsed and put aside    
4 red Thai chilies    
You decide on the sugar, lime juice, and msg.    
1 tablespoon toasted peanuts (optional, but I don’t mind)    
2 tablespoons of frying oil    

Directions for making bok (Khmer picnic meal). Kapi

  1. Add oil to a frying pan and reduce the heat to medium low.
  2. Fry the garlic, shallots, and chilies until they are brown (but not burned). let to cool for a while
  3. To make a paste, pound the dried shrimp and dried fish in a mortar pestle.
  4. Then add the garlic, shallots, and chilies (and peanuts if using) to the mixture.
  5. After pounding to a paste, add the grill. Kapi pound it very well, stirring it with a spoon as you do to ensure that all of the flavors come together.
  6. Adjust the flavor by adding msg, sugar, or lime juice to taste.

While laboring in the fields, Cambodian farmers prepare bok kapi, which they consume with cold rice and a variety of vegetables for dipping.

Please have pleasure in it.

 

 

Homemade Orange Chicken Recipe is a similar recipe.

daily value in percent

Total Carbohydrate: 68g (25%)

Cholesterol 6 mg 2% Cholesterol 6 mg 2% Cholesterol 6 mg 2% Cho

16 g of total fat (21%)

Saturated Fat (Saturated Fat) (Saturated Fat) (Saturated Fat) (

1 gram of dietary fiber = 4%

10 percent protein (5g)

246 percent sodium, 5661mg

12 g of sugars (24%)

Some of the links on this page are affiliate links. This means that if you click on the link and make a purchase, I will get an affiliate commission at no cost to you.

One of the best parts of being a Khmer is being able to be in nature and have a good time with friends and family. That is why I have decided to bring you the best food to bring along when you go camping, to Khmer picnic. I will show you the traditional food, and how to prepare it without using herbs or spices that we might not be used to.. Read more about picnic date and let us know what you think.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is Khmer traditional food?

Khmer traditional food is a type of Cambodian cuisine. It is known for its use of fish sauce, coconut milk, and sugar.

What do you eat prahok with?

I eat prahok with my friends.

What is Cambodias most famous dish?

The Khmer dish called Kuy Teav is the most famous Cambodian dish.