Funnily enough, the name of this dish in Cambodian sounds like the English words, "Some law," something I might say in an attempt to express how unbelievable the shit is in the world, and how unbelievable the good.

For the recipe and to contact the author, visit ImmigrantKitchens.com. For ingredients, visit Mittapheap World Market, 61 Washington Ave, Portland, 207.773.5523.

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