Laos Street Food - Top 10 Dishes You Must Try
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The street food scene of Luang Prabang will attract you at the first sight once you step into the colorful night market. The smell, the taste, or the various dishes on offers all combine to make it something you cannot deny ..read more
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What is the Difference between Laos & Thai Papaya Salad
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The classic green papaya salad is loved throughout southeast Asia in various forms, but the two most popular are the Thai and Lao style papaya salad.  , uses fermented crab dip (nam pu) and padaek as flavoring condiments ..read more
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Top 15 best traditional Laos dishes you need to try
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In case you want to move directly to the dishes that you prefer, just navigate via the below table of content ..read more
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All about Laos sticky rice & the best dipping sauce to pair with
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Sticky rice is a transparent and opaque rice that requires soaking overnight for preparations. Once cooked, the rice “sticks” to each other, and you use your hands to eat the rice by forming delicious little balls of rice and putting it into your mouth ..read more
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Larb – Laos Meat Salad: the delicious traditional dish of Laos
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Like other dishes in Southeast Asian cooking, the dish combines savory flavors with fresh ones - fresh herbs like cilantro, scallions, and mint, and fresh lime juice. The addition of toasted ground rice also adds texture and nuttiness to the final dish ..read more
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Laos Food Insight - Top 10 Dishes You Must Try
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Laotian dishes are very similar to Thailand and Vietnam in terms of flavor and ingredients, which often consist of fresh herb, spices, noodles, and rice. Khao niaw (sticky rice) is a staple food among the Laotians. Traditionally steamed in a cone-shaped bamboo basket, the rice is then placed in a covered basket, where it is eaten by hand alongside spicy soup, and meat-based dishes. Eating in Laos is also a communal activity, where dishes are shared by all at the table.  ..read more
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