- 1. rice noodles
- 2. lean pork for grilling
- 3. lettuce
- 4. monggo or bean sprouts
- 5. sliced cucumber
- 6. chopped peanuts
- 7. patis or fish sauce
- 8. lemon or calamansi
- 9. sugar
I’ve been here in Cambodia for almost 3 years now and somehow I have learned how to eat and appreciate their local food. I jut noticed that some of their noodle dishes are similar to what Vietnam offer, just like bun thit noung or rice noodle with bbq on top.
For those who are curious about this yummy noodle dish, here’s how to cook it.
1. Marinate the pork with some soy sauce, vinegar, a little of salt, a dime of pepper, some sugar to taste, and sesame oil.
2. Let it stand for at least 30 minutes before you grill the pork. Set aside once cooked.
1. Mix 1 cup of patis or fish sauce and 4 cups of water in a container.
2. Add 1/2 cup of sugar.
3. Squeeze 1 lemon or 3 calamansi in and then mixed till the sugar is all melted.
4. Set aside.
After grilling the pork and making the sauce, it’s time for you to mix them all together in a bowl. Layer the rice noodles, bean sprouts, lettuce, pork bbq, and sprinkle some shopped peanuts on top, then pour ample amount of sauce to your noodles. If rice noodle is not available, you can also use the noodles for palabok.