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The Barbecued pork ribs with star anise Chheng choum ni chrouk ang is absolutely incredible - well worth making on an evening barbecue! This is one of the tastiest dal recipes I have ever made. The fried onion and spices with the tomatoes really liven up the dal which can often be quite bland. This will now be my go to recipe.

This was an easy tasty mid week meal. I had everything on hand to make this so, no exotic ingredients to source. The rice could have had another 10 minutes but it was okay.

It was aromatic but not spicy. Maybe up the chilli next time. I would make this again. This is delicious and quick to make, especially if you make the curry paste in advance. Easy to make with no particularly exotic ingredients. The spiced orange sauce is beautiful and the duck so soft. Will definitely be making this again and again. Very nice, but I found the sauce somewhat bitter, I suspect because of the orange juice I used - make sure to taste as you go to ensure the balance is right.

So easy to make and packed full of flavour. My spice paste was quite fiery, so I added some coconut milk at the end as suggested in the intro to the recipe. Will definitely make this again! Another very simple but fantastic dish. Packed with flavour. This is going to become a staple dish in this house! So good. Left it a bit saucy as that is how we like food plus it is more forgiving for freezing.

Really simple to make too. A hit! Lovely flavour but the cooking instructions are a bit off in my opinion. I cut the aubergine far smaller than indicated and cooked it for far longer Easy to cook dish that teenagers and adults all enjoy.

Goes well with the Katchkamba Salad that Rick recommends. I substitute more sultanas for the dried plums that I have never been able to find. I used pangasius with this, and it was sooo delicious.

Salty, sweet, spicy. A great dish. My only problem was making the caramel with the palm sugar in oil. It didn't make sense to me as I have always made caramel with plain sugar or sugar with water but I decided to try something new. It cooked soooo fast that it was a burned mass before I knew it. The directions state that one should pour water over the caramel mass in oil after it is a dark caramel color. Does oil mix with water? I thought not, maybe I am wrong, who knows.

The dish was awesome anyway. I would also like to add that the high sodium in ml of fish sauce may be problematic, depending on how you feel about it. Next time I will try it with less and see how it goes. For us it was waaaay to salty, not balanced at all. Would make again but use half the oil for both steps, and half the fish sauce.

It's OK, but not as tasty as ones I've had in Malaysia. The rice, chicken and soup lacks something, I'm not sure what. I followed exactly as he said, but the soup was a bit watery, and I prefer roasted Hainanese chicken rather than his poached version. A beautiful lightly flavoured chicken dish. The broth served on the side so little amounts can be added to the rice and chicken throughout the meal is a lovely touch.

My daughter's ask for this dish very regularly. A favourite in our household, especially with the kids. A bit messy but who cares. Truly delicious. Easy to make although it does require time to chop the ingredients and go into the garden to find mint. I doubled the recipe to serve 5 and then used g pork mince as the condiment to use for dinner. I added capsicum, cucumber and lime wedges as condiments. Total disaster - rice noodle wrappers fell part and filling went everywhere! Ended up substituting spring roll wrappers May want to consider putting the pancake straight into the serving plate and letting the diners cut it themselves.

This tastes great and definitely works. I found it very rich. Recommend that any accompaniments be plain to the point of bland. Fish timing will vary. If steaming Bok Choy suggest either stir fry at last moment instead. Either way wait until fish almost cooked. The fish may take longer than the recipe specifies. I used Barramundi fillets and it worked.

I cooked this because I had a small packet of lamb fillets. I can only agree with the comment from LizzieL. OK but not great which is surprising given the ingredients. Unlikely to cook this again.

Suggest that you cook the onions considerably longer before adding spices. Found that the recipe had a raw onion taste.

Made a batch and freeze in ice cube trays. Then put on the top of frozen fish fillets wrapped in foil in oven or the frozen fresh mackerel fillet Waitrose do put under the grill. Great for quick supper and nice with ready made Indian-Asian veg side dish - particularly some black Dahl makhani from Spice Taylor. Ingredients up until chilli are for the curry paste - other half can be used in Cambodian mussel receipe.

As good as anything I have easten in SE Asia. Lots of prep but the spice paste can be frozen so you get a second serving with less work. I misread the recipe and put all the star anise on the ribs to marinade rather than saving some to glaze but who cares - they were great. Not my favourite massaman curry recipe. Not enough sauce, and lacking a certain tangy zinginess. This is a particularly earthy version of this classic curry, and while nice I gave preferred other recipes in the past which incorporated tomatoes, lime, lime leaves, coriander etc.

Automatically add future editions to my Bookshelf. Categories: Soups; Stir-fries; Asian; Cambodian Ingredients: galangal; fresh turmeric; garlic; lemongrass; shallots; kaffir lime leaves; kaffir limes; prahoc; red chillies; coconut milk; fish sauce; butternut squash; pineapple; snake beans; sugar snap peas; aubergines; green papayas; jasmine brown rice; pork fillets; palm sugar; coriander leaves; pea aubergines.

Categories: Stir-fries; Salads; Main course; Cambodian; Asian Ingredients: shallots; glass noodles; prawns; squid; minced pork; peanuts; mint; dried shrimp; bird's eye chillies; limes; palm sugar; fish sauce. Categories: Sauces for fish; Main course; Cambodian; Asian Ingredients: sea bass; garlic; fresh ginger; palm sugar; fish sauce; spring onions; coriander leaves; chillies.

Categories: Sauces, general; Salads; Soups; Cambodian; Asian Ingredients: pollack; lemongrass; garlic; green chillies; fresh turmeric; galangal; shallots; prahoc; coconut milk; limes; thin flat rice noodles; chicory; cucumbers; kohlrabi; green beans; bean sprouts; fish sauce; bird's eye chiles; peanuts; fermented black beans; palm sugar; watercress; ruby chard; spinach; Thai basil; tinned green chillies.

Categories: Curry; Main course; Cambodian; Asian Ingredients: pork shoulder; pineapple; Thai eggplants; galangal; fresh turmeric; garlic; lemongrass; shallots; kaffir lime leaves; kaffir limes; prahoc; red chillies; coconut; fish sauce; palm sugar; tamarind pulp; Thai basil.

Categories: Soups; Cambodian; Asian Ingredients: pork belly; spring onions; dried shrimp; palm sugar; minced pork; prawns; fish sauce; wide flat rice noodles; bean sprouts; shallots; coriander leaves; bird's eye chillies; limes; garlic; Asian chicken stock. Categories: Rice dishes; Main course; Cooking for 1 or 2; Cambodian; Asian Ingredients: minced pork; fish sauce; dried shrimp; fresh ginger; jasmine rice; shallots; coriander leaves; bean sprouts; spring onions; peanuts; garlic; red bird's eye chillies.

Categories: Stir-fries; Main course; Cooking for 1 or 2; Cambodian; Asian Ingredients: brown crabs; dark soy sauce; palm sugar; fish sauce; spring onions; garlic; green Kampot peppercorns on the vine. Categories: Main course; Cambodian; Asian Ingredients: galangal; fresh turmeric; garlic; lemongrass; kaffir lime leaves; kaffir limes; prahoc; red chillies; coconut milk; mussels; fish sauce; palm sugar; coriander leaves. Categories: Main course; Vietnamese; Asian Ingredients: ling; fresh turmeric; lemongrass; fish sauce; palm sugar; tamarind pulp; rice flour; turmeric; dill; spring onions; rice vermicelli noodles; peanuts; lettuce; Thai basil; Vietnamese mint; coriander leaves; red bird's eye chillies.

Categories: Stir-fries; Main course; Vietnamese; Asian Ingredients: mangoes; shallots; bird's eye chillies; prawns; limes; fish sauce; Thai basil; white pepper; red bird's eye chillies.

Categories: Soups; Vietnamese; Asian Ingredients: wide flat rice noodles; fillet steaks; Thai basil; mint; coriander leaves; limes; spring onions; fish sauce; bean sprouts; red bird's eye chillies; Asian beef broth. Categories: Fried doughs; Main course; Cooking for a crowd; Vietnamese; Asian Ingredients: dried wood ear mushrooms; rice vermicelli noodles; minced pork; prawns; shallots; spring onions; carrots; fish sauce; palm sugar; white pepper; rice papers; vegetable oil; Thai basil; mint; lettuce; garlic Accompaniments: Vietnamese dipping sauce Nuoc cham.

Notes about this book IainAndEsther on June 07, The Barbecued pork ribs with star anise Chheng choum ni chrouk ang is absolutely incredible - well worth making on an evening barbecue! RosieB on April 25, This is one of the tastiest dal recipes I have ever made.

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We use cookies on this site and by continuing to browse it you agree to sending us your cookies. For more information on our cookies and changing your settings, click here. Rick Stein's Far Eastern Odyssey is an ambitious journey, avoiding the beaten track and tourist hot-spots, in search of the authentic food of Southeast Asia. In this accompanying book to the major BBC series, Rick shares his favourite recipes and some well-known classic dishes inspired by the fragrant ingredients and recipes he sampled from local chefs, family-run restaurants, street vendors and market stalls. In Cambodia, Rick learns how to make a national dish Samlor kako , a stir-fried pork and vegetable soup flavoured with an array of spices; in Vietnam he is shown the best recipe for Pho Bo , a Vietnamese beef noodle soup; and in Thailand, Rick tries Geng Leuong Sai Gung Lai Sai Bua , a yellow curry made with prawns and lotus shoots that you won't find outside the country. Rick Stein's Far Eastern Odyssey includes over new recipes from Cambodia, Vietnam, Thailand, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, Malaysia and Bali each complemented by Rick's colourful anecdotes from the trip and beautiful on-location photography. This is a visually-stunning culinary tribute to Southeast Asian cooking that evokes the magic of bustling markets, the sizzle of oil and the aromatic steam from a Far Eastern kitchen.

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Rick Stein's Far Eastern Odyssey is an ambitious journey, avoiding the beaten track and tourist hot-spots, in search of the authentic food of Southeast Asia. In this accompanying book to the major BBC series, Rick shares his favourite recipes and some well-known classic dishes inspired by the fragrant ingredients and recipes he sampled from local chefs, family-run restaurants, street vendors and market stalls. In Cambodia, Rick learns how to make a national dish Samlor kako , a stir-fried pork and vegetable soup flavoured with an array of spices; in Vietnam he is shown the best recipe for Pho Bo , a Vietnamese beef noodle soup; and in Thailand, Rick tries Geng Leuong Sai Gung Lai Sai Bua , a yellow curry made with prawns and lotus shoots that you won't find outside the country. Rick Stein's Far Eastern Odyssey includes over new recipes from Cambodia, Vietnam, Thailand, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, Malaysia and Bali each complemented by Rick's colourful anecdotes from the trip and beautiful on-location photography. This is a visually-stunning culinary tribute to Southeast Asian cooking that evokes the magic of bustling markets, the sizzle of oil and the aromatic steam from a Far Eastern kitchen. Rick Stein's passion for using good-quality local produce and his talent for creating delicious recipes in his books and restaurants have won him a host of awards, accolades and fans. Rick has always believed in showcasing local seafood and farm produce in his four restaurants in Padstow, Cornwall, where he also has a cookery school, food shops and a pub in the nearby village of St Merryn.

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Far Eastern Odyssey is an epic culinary journey along rivers, through jungles and around coastlines. Along the way, Rick visits traditional family-run restaurants, street vendors, floating markets, night markets, fishing villages, and the local cinnamon and rice farmers to learn about the authentic food of the Far East, and to sample the delicious spectrum of exotic flavours. In this tie-in cookery book to the series, Rick shares his new-found knowledge, recreating the tantalizing food of his travels and capturing on the plate the rich and varying cultures of the Far East. With over new recipes and breathtaking on-location photography, this book evokes the magic of bustling markets, exotic locations and exciting flavours. The odyssey begins in Cambodia — a country still recovering from the horrific regime of the Khmer Rouge. Nevertheless, tourists and not just back-packing gap year students are beginning to return to this land dotted with sugar palms, paddy fields and small villages. Rick discovers the joys of freshly caught swimmer crabs cooked with the green peppercorns from Kampot, once the king of pepper.

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The Barbecued pork ribs with star anise Chheng choum ni chrouk ang is absolutely incredible - well worth making on an evening barbecue! This is one of the tastiest dal recipes I have ever made. The fried onion and spices with the tomatoes really liven up the dal which can often be quite bland. This will now be my go to recipe.

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