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Eating street food in Cambodia

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    chrisbel
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    Today, pictures of one of my favorite food stalls located at the entrance of the street to Wat Bo pagoda. The round cakes in the first “basket” are “Noum Paw Tchirn”, the long cakes in the foreground are prepared with a whole banana and called “Noum Tchek Tchirn”. The other long ones, named “Noum Tchac Tvy”, are delicious for breakfast with a coffee. But the most popular are “Noum Pong Tir”. Those you can see in the second “basket” and are being fried in the second picture. The price for one of those cakes is 500 riel.

    #816

    chrisbel
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    A selection of fruits served with spices.

    #817

    chrisbel
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    What’s better than a refreshing ice cream when the temperature exceeds 30 degrees? Ice cream is called “Karem” in Khmer and you will get one for 500 riel…

    #818

    chrisbel
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    In this post, a weird dish for some people but something that Cambodians love and call “Pong Tea Kon”, the famous “baby duck eggs”. These eggs are fertilized between 15 and 18 days, and then boiled to be consumed with salt, garlic and chili. Vendors roam the streets all day, and those brave enough will just have to yell them to give this tasty egg a try…

    baby duck eggs sold in cambodia

    baby duck eggs sold in cambodia

    baby duck eggs sold in cambodia

    #819

    chrisbel
    Participant

    Rice cakes cooked in a banana leaf. The “pink” ones are with pork and named “Noum Amsom Tchrou”, the “yellow” ones are with banana and named “Noum Amsom Tchek”. Delicious, but a bit heavy in my opinion!!! 😉

    #820

    chrisbel
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    Another selection of sweet cakes in this post:

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