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Mhok Bamboo (Curried bamboo shoot wrapped in banana leaf and steamed)

Zone Northeast

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Mhok Bamboo (Curried bamboo shoot wrapped in banana leaf and steamed)




Mhok bamboo is wrapped in banana leaf and steamed. It is similar to Tom Preu but it has to be wrapped with banana leaf and then steamed. This cooking style makes Mhok Bamboo full flavored and tastier than Tom Preu.


Nutrition Facts

Mhok bamboo is full of health benefits such as YaNang  juice to support the immune system. Bamboo also has high fiber that helps the excretory system. Moreover lemon grass also helps the digestive system and good for blood circulation.



300 grams bamboo shoot, thinly sliced

10 grams bird’s eye chili

1 cupYanang leaf juice

30 grams lemongrass stalk cut into pieces

2 tablespoons Burned sticky rice powder

30 grams shallot

200 grams Streaky pork cut in to pieces

3 tablespoons Fermented fish sauce

½ tablespoon Fish sauce

10 grams Hairy basil

Banana leaf for wrapping

Zone Northeast

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Zone Central

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Zone Northern

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