Tuesday, July 8, 2014

Lao Bamboo Cooking

Steamed whole fish with herbs in bamboo, plated and ready to eat.


Mok pa (steamed fish).  Whole fish with herbs in bamboo, plated and ready to eat.












Mok pa (fish) cooked in bamboo by the fire.

Mok pa (steamed fish) cooked in bamboo by the fire.











Kow gum (purple rice) in bamboo.

Kow gum (purple rice) cooked in bamboo with coconut milk and sugar.  Once cooked the outer layers are stripped away and the cooked rice is eaten.  A very popular dessert snack in Laos.
Rice being cooked in bamboo by the fire.

White rice being cooked in bamboo by the fire.









Photo Credits:  All Photos are borrowed from Glory of Laos (facebook page), unless otherwise indicated in the photo.

2 comments:

  1. The whole fish cooked in bamboo looks delicious. I can't remember having eaten fish like that before. Although, I have had bung khao lam before and I love it. You blog is so informative. Thanks for sharing. :)

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