Cambodian Rice noodle with Rhizome Roots
Cambodian Rice noodle with Rhizome Roots is Khmer popular food in the country and it come with soup broth of fish or chicken with Rhizome Roots serve with rice noodle and various kinds of fresh vegetables and garnish with fresh hot chilies. This recipe make a lot if you don’t have too many people to feed cut the recipe in half.
To make the soup broth you need: (Tuk somlor )
|2 package of rice vermicelli noodle (make sure you buy the Num Banch Chouck noodle)|
|1 whole boil chicken or cat fish or Tilapia (cooked the fish ahead of time)|
|2 tablespoon of Knorr chicken power|
|2 tablespoon of prahok (fermented fish)|
|1/2 cup of fish sauce or add salt if you don’t like fish sauce, but make sure use less salt|
|1 can of coconut milk|
For the veggies you need
|And any kind of vegetables you like to add.|
|Make sure you shredded or thinly slice all the veggies.|
Directions to make Cambodian Rice noodle with Rhizome Roots
- Do cook the noodle according to the package direction. When the noodle is done drain and rinse with cold water.
- To separate noodle into individual bunches soak noodle in cold water while handling and piece bunched noodle into a basket for proper drainage. If the noodle is not properly drained it will be mushy.
- In a big pot put 2 to 3 quarts ( 12 cups) of water to boil then add chicken or fish paste with kroung to the pot (sometime I use the broth that I boil fish or chicken to add in this soup for flavor so don’t through away cooked chicken broth.) Do adjust water and chicken broth.
- Now add prahok (fermented fish), fish sauce, or salt, coconut milk, Knorr chicken powder and sugar to your taste and if you like add MSG to it.
- Adjust the flavor to your taste. Turn the heat off or down to low if you are serving.
- When ready to serve take one or two bunches of the noodle put in a large bowl then add the soup broth to the noodle top with vegetables and salt, sugar or chilies mix well and serve.
Note: when you serve this noodle make sure your soup broth is on low heat so the soup is warm.
Thank you and enjoy it.
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Serving Size: 1
Calories Per Serving: 1150
% Daily Value
Total Carbohydrate 90g 33%
Cholesterol 138mg 46%
Total Fat 61g 78%
Saturated Fat 52g 260%
Dietary Fiber 5g 18%
Protein 68g 136%
Sodium 5694mg 248%
Sugars 11g 22%
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