The mixed papaya salad of the Khmer ethnic group.

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Called du du dam in Vietnamese and bok lahong in Khmer, the dish originated in Cambodia, but its fascinating flavors meant it directly became accepted.
Đu đủ đâm - đặc sản của người Khmer ở An Giang
it is easy to locate an eatery selling this dish near Bay Nui enviornment in Tri Ton District.
Thinly sliced papaya is the superstar of this dish. The papaya is carefully selected on account that it needs the appropriate amount of ripeness to supply the dish the suitable texture and sweetness.
A meals supplier, who has been promoting this salad for over 10 years in Tri Ton District, talked about the sliced papaya needs to be soaked in saltwater and stored next to ice to keep its crispness.

A girl is getting some sliced papaya. 
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Different greens like spinach, cowpeas and carrots are then placed in a big mortar and pestle along with mam ruoc or mam ba khia (special fermented sauce), sugar, salt, monosodium glutamate, crimson onion, garlic, chili, and lime.
the beauty and crunchy texture of the papaya and the aroma of the herbs combine with the bitter and spice of the lime and chili to create an explosion of flavors within the mouth.
that you would be able to order a duck egg to devour with it as locals do.
friends can are trying this dish at Rina, an eatery on Provincial road 955B in Tri Ton District, it truly is all the time packed with clients within the evenings.