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A special dish from Song Teng, the Executive Chef at Hotel Cambodiana

Roasted chicken served with steamed rice.
Roasted chicken served with steamed rice. PHOTO SUPPLIED

A special dish from Song Teng, the Executive Chef at Hotel Cambodiana

Song Teng has been a professional chef for 20 years.

Recently promoted to the position of executive chef of Hotel Cambodiana, he has extensive experience in Cambodian and overseas hotels and restaurants. Here is his special dish:

Chef Song Teng.

Roasted chicken served with steamed rice:

- Chicken drumstick
- Cambodian spice
- Slek toy (a type of Cambodian herb)
- Fish sauce
- Chicken broth
- White sugar
- White rice
- Mixed pickles

Cooking method:
Remove bone from drumstick and then mix it with other ingredients, fish sauce, chicken broth, a little sugar and marinate for 15 minutes. Grill until thoroughly cooked.


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