Laksa leaf


Laksa leaf, also known as Vietnamese coriander or Cambodian mint, is a herbaceous plant pivotal to Southeast Asian cuisine, including Cambodia's. Its leaves impart a spicy, lemony flavor with a hint of mint, making it an essential ingredient in salads, soups, and curries.

In Cambodian dishes, laksa leaf is used both as a flavor enhancer and for its purported digestive and medicinal benefits. This versatile herb adds a refreshing and aromatic touch to meals, embodying the complexity and freshness that characterize Cambodian culinary traditions.