Kouy village dipping sauce

្រក់គួយ

Kouy Village dipping sauce is a hallmark of Cambodian cuisine, celebrated for its rich blend of flavors. Originating from Kouy Village, this sauce combines the pungent zest of fermented fish with the tanginess of tamarind and a hint of sweetness. It's used to enhance the flavors of grilled meats and vegetables, adding a unique Cambodian twist. This sauce embodies the balance between savory, sweet, and sour, essential to the country's culinary tradition.

Origin: Ratanakiri