Foods and Drinks

Laos Food and Drink

Dishes are a blend of Thai, Vietnamese and Chinese in flavour and presentation but Laos food lacks the variety that many of the cuisines from surrounding countries offer. The cheapest and easiest way to sample Laos food is from the stalls in the markets – as long as the food is fresh and hot it

Laos- Standard Dishes

STANDARD DISHES If Laos were to nominate a national dish, a strong contender would be larp, a “salad” of minced meat or fish mixed with garlic, chillies, shallots, galangal, ground sticky rice and fish sauce. Traditionally, larp is eaten raw (díp), though you’re more likely to encounter it súk (cooked), and is often served with

How to Make Larb Gai – Lahb Gai – Laab Gai – Larp Gai – Laap Gai

There is a good reason why the title reads the way it does. I am aware that when I show my face here, people expect me to talk about food. But if you know me very well, you will know that, as much as I love food and cooking, the majority of my time is

Khao Piak Sien (Laotian Fresh Rice Noodle Soup)

I was craving some good Laotian Khao Piak Sien and then I remembered the stewing hens in my freezer. My dad sent me home with a few stewing hens and cocks during one of my visits home. I also asked my mom to pick up some homemade pho meatballs, som moo and isaan sausage from

Ping Kai (Grilled Chicken)

If you’re a fan of Asian foods be sure to try these “Panaeng-Kai-Ping” is fragrant and sumptuous It’s Grilled chicken panaeng Can do for yourself at home. ingredient you can be found in shops, supermarkets, markets. Cooking Panaeng-Kai-Ping is not difficult, just follow the recipe. Have fun with cooking A whole chicken is marinated in