Stung Treng’s Ansorm Chrouk a hit with foodies while preserving tradition

Publication date 22 June 2022 | 20:35 | ICT

Nget Sophea, a resident in Stung Treng commune’s Prek village of Stung Treng town province, has turned traditional Khmer Ansorm Chrouk, or steamed sticky (glutinous) rice cake with pork, into a new unique dish using a recipe handed down by

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