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Ok, I know you like Lao traditional food such as papaya salad, Lab, Grilled chicken, etc... but do you know that we have more Lao food than just the lists above.

First, have you ever tried this? Double Lao sticky rice on sticks



Follow by this, Lao stream egg



This is bowl streamed egg



yummy Lao paste



What else do you know about new Lao food? Post photos and the name of the food here

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Wrong spelling again: Steamed eggs, not streamed eggs. Steam means to  cook with hot vapour. Stream means the creek, the brook. the small river. 

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To cook the sticky rice, first you have to soak the rice overnight. Then rinse the rice and put it in the container for steaming on top of the boiling pot.

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hahhahhahahahhah you guys can battle it out the correct spelling.. hahahhah  but, looking at these pictures... makes me very hungry for lao foods!!   i miss laos...   i haven't had good lao foods for a long long time..

i can't wait to go back to laos...  i'll take pictures of all the foods that i will eat and post it on here..

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The STREAMED egg is not new. My family make it all the time when we lived in Laos. I think it is a Vietnamese recipe.

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ຫນຶ້ງເຂັ້່າ​ ຫນຶ້ງປາ ຫນຶ້ງຜັກ steam the rice, steam the fish. steam the egg. etc. Not stream which means the small rivver, the creek. the brook.

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steamed bath,  steamed boat, steamed engine.

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STEAM THE VEGETABLES. STEAM ROOM AT THE SPA OR THE SAUNA. STEAM. 

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I LOVE TO EAT STEAMED CRABS AND LOBSTER TAILS.

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NOT STREAMED EGGS. STEAMED EGGS.

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Poor English knowledge. You don't even know what stream is. Stream is the small river, the creek or the brook.

The STREAMED egg is not new. My family make it all the time when we lived in Laos. I think it is a Vietnamese recipe.







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The prson who wrote STREAMED EGGS should buy an Ennglish-Lao-Thai Dictionary so that his English comprehension will be impproved alot. Go buy the Engish Dictionary now.

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The person who wrote STREAMED EGGS should buy an English-Lao-Thai Dictionary so that his English comprehension will be improved alot. Go buy the Engish Dictionary now.This is my strong recommendaation.


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Anonymous wrote:

 

Anonymous wrote:

The person who wrote STREAMED EGGS should buy an English-Lao-Thai Dictionary so that his English comprehension will be improved alot. Go buy the Engish Dictionary now.This is my strong recommendaation.


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what is wrong? you don't like your fried STREAMED EGG sunny side up?
how about a STREAMED EGG drop soup?
do you like STREAMED EGG foo young?

 



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Lao style salad "Yam salad"

I want to cook this, but don't know how to start. Anyone can tell me?



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Yum salad? Yes I do.
Go here.

HOW TO MAKE YUM SALAD

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Hi Laobumpkin, thank you for the recipe of Yamsalad !
By the way, do you know how to cook Luang Phabang Sticky Rice Salad (ພັນໜ້ຽງ) as well?



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Hi Samkalao,

No I don't know sticky rice salad, mostly just Vientiane dishes and Vang Vien.

I didn't post that link either, but when I saw a page view originating from this web site I followed it back, and here I am.

I too like the steamed eggs and don't care how it's spelled. Being a former English teacher I'm impressed that so many people in Laos speak English so well, much better than the my spoken Lao, and I can't even write my name.

Back to eggs, I like jeao khai, but I seldom hear of others eating it or see it for sale. So simple, so delicious. Sune Saap.

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Yes. I do care about Lao people speak and spell correct English language, like STEAMED and STREAMED which is not the same. You don't say I want to eat STREAMED FISH if you mean STEAMED OCEAN FISH or STEAMED EGG FOO YOUNG.

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Yes. I do care about Lao people speak and spell correct English language, like STEAMED and STREAMED which is not the same. You don't say I want to eat STREAMED FISH if you mean STEAMED OCEAN FISH or STEAMED EGG FOO YOUNG.




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why are you guys so serious. The first guy that spell it probably misspelled by mistake. The rest of the people just making fun of it by keep spelling it that way. Maybe American/English humor doesn't translate well in the mind of a Laotians.

 


 

 



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Let just call Mieng Kam or Mieng, instead of Luang Phabang Sticky Rice Salad.

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I guess the guy who misspell Streamed Eggs has done so by his misunderstanding of the word, stream and steam. I noticed that many menus in English at many Lao restaurants have also misspelled steamed as Streamed Fish. Poor English comprehension. 

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why ppls called papaya salad instead of Tummarkhoung ?

i dont like it when i heard ppls say that.
Tummarkhoung is my special food, my life is depend on! eieiebiggrin

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Wrong again. I don't buy it STREAMED EGG. It is STEAMED EGG. not STREAMED Egg.

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"Tam Maak Hung" is original word used and known throuout Lao people.  We refer "Papaya salad" for Foreigners to know what it is.  What about "Som Tam Maak Rakoe" that Thai people call.   People in America call Som Tam Papaya.  After all they are the same.   We should all call "Tam Maak Hung" and let world know that it is original Lao food.  Eventhoug Thai claim that it is their food in Northern part (Iisaan) of Thailand.  It's up to us my Lao fellows.  We have to fight to keep our reputation.



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the way i make the eggs is different i didn't stream it but i bake it in the oven and put on low heat. plus the salad dish look delicious.

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I ate all of them already,,,,they are not new....I ate them since i was little.....they are really good food, you have to try it......yummmy....



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Anonymous wrote:

Yes. I do care about Lao people speak and spell correct English language, like STEAMED and STREAMED which is not the same. You don't say I want to eat STREAMED FISH if you mean STEAMED OCEAN FISH or STEAMED EGG FOO YOUNG.




The guy who spelled Streamed is ignorant, has poor English and low education. Steam is different from stream. Go look for the word in English dictionary.
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why are you guys so serious. The first guy that spell it probably misspelled by mistake. The rest of the people just making fun of it by keep spelling it that way. Maybe American/English humor doesn't translate well in the mind of a Laotians.










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American/English humor doesn't translate well in the mind of a Laotians.

Wrong again; You don't say in the mind of A Laotians. Don't use A
Laotians, use Laotians or justz Lao people.

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gosh, just can't get along for once.



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STREAM PUSSY!

PUSSY STEAM!


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STREAM P..OR STEAM P..ALL GOOG! YUMYUM!!!!!



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Anonymous wrote:

To cook the sticky rice, first you have to soak the rice overnight. Then rinse the rice and put it in the container for steaming on top of the boiling pot.



It doesn't have to be overnight...a few hours or less is good enuff to steam and eat that sticky rice with jell padak or jell mak tomotoe ...yummy yummy .....LolZ



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Anonymous wrote:

why ppls called papaya salad instead of Tummarkhoung ?

i dont like it when i heard ppls say that.
Tummarkhoung is my special food, my life is depend on! eieiebiggrin



I called my Tum mak houng.... papaya pok pok..!!!LOLZ

my belly and intestine depend on it....!!!!LOLZ



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How do you post photos and vdo on here?

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WOw!! no flies? how nice!!

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Hey guys! do you agree with me  this is the best Lao food?
i dont feel like to eat for the food above!!

but this one, so fucccking want to eat---

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the stram egg looks yummy!!! i was able to try the food in the first photo too in luang prabang. now i am salivating just looking at them


here's my few food photos from my trip:

http://eye-in-the-blue-sky.blogspot.com/2008/08/food-trip-in-luang-prabang-and-vang.html

here's more:


http://eye-in-the-blue-sky.blogspot.com/2008/07/food-trip-hanoi-namphao-vientiane.html


http://eye-in-the-blue-sky.blogspot.com/2008/09/magat-dam-breath-taking-beauty-and.html

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-- Edited by King Of Lao People Don't Rush at 20:14, 2008-09-08

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To cook the sticky rice, very first you need to soak the rice overnight. Then rinse the rice and suit it inside the container for steaming on best belonging in the direction of boiling pot.





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STREAM PUSSY!

PUSSY STEAM!

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SOUNDS GOOD, AND YOU MUST EAT ALOT OF IT FOR YOUR MUSCLE.



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hmmm most pics got deleted.... topic is 'Intro to New Lao Food' ... papaya pok pok is not new la der souuu....

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