Cep wild mushrooms

Such a beautiful day that I had a chance to go to Flee market which is just right in front of my apartment. I walked around then a stand which full of mushrooms caught my eyes. I grabbed some cep mushrooms to make as side dish with my grilled chicken. This would be wonderful. Mmmm

It’s so French, lol… Cèpe persillé…

Here I needed

200g of cep mushrooms

Half brunch of persil ( minced)

2 cloves of garlic ( minced)

Chicken cooking sauce (Since I also grilled my chicken,  I use some chicken cooking sauce for my cep mushrooms recipes)

A pin of salt and black pepper for seasoning

How to make it

  1. Cleaned up mushrooms and throw few second in hot boiling water to clean the dirt from them, then rinse with cold water.( advice from the seller lol)…  cut as you desire then set aside.
  2. Heat a frying pan wait until it turns hot then put chicken cooked sauce in. Next add minced garlic and persil. stir well until you smell fragrance from the mixture then put your mushrooms in. stir well, salt and pepper. stir again for couple of minutes the voila.

Oh gosh… heaven is just in front of you… mmmm

This is amazing 

Ginger Chicken

Ginger Chicken is so good for your health, maybe that’s one of the reasons it becomes one of the most favorite all the time of Cambodian families 😉 . So today it’s little bit cold in France, Ginger chicken would be great for my belly belly, mmmmm… Here we go


Oh dear,,, heaven is just in front of you.

This is the link which you can read the benefits of the Ginger … http://www.everydayhealth.com/columns/white-seeber-grogan-the-remedy-chicks/health-benefits-ginger/

Time preparation 15 mins, time for cooking 15 mins, difficulty  very easy

300 g of chicken breast ( I chose Label rouge and slice them as you desire )

1 shallot, 1 clove of garlic  finely chopped

100 g of ginger ( peeled and thinly sliced )

2 tbsp of fish sauce

a pin of salt

1 tsp of brown sugar ( optional,,, most of Asian dishes uses sugar )

1 tsp of light soy sauce

1 tsp of dark soy sauce

2 tbsp of sunflower oil

little bit of Cambodian black pepper 😉


  1. Heat the pan with oil then put minced garlic and shallot until it turns lightly brown.
  2. Add chicken and stir well till the chicken changed the color than add fish sauce and stir little bit more. Then add salt, bronw sugar, light soy sauce, and black peper. Last but not least light soy sauce to give little bit yummy yummy color… mmmm
  3. Serve with Asian white rice.