INDIAN STREET FOOD | Good or Bad | Guru Mann | Health And Fitness

In this video Fitness expert Guru Mann explains is eating street food is good for your Muscle Building or Fat loss Goals.

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Asian Street Food – Cambodian Traditional Noodles – A Healthy Recipe

Num Banhchok

A well-known and beloved Cambodian dish found at streetside vendors, restaurants, produce markets (psahs) such as the Psah Thom Thmey (Central Market, Phnom Penh) and in shophouses. In English it’s often simply called simply Khmer noodles, owing to its ubiquity across the country. Nom ban chok is a typical breakfast food and was originally a regional speciality from Kampot province, consisting of noodles laboriously pounded out of rice, topped with a fish-based green curry gravy made from lemongrass, turmeric root and kaffir lime. Fresh mint leaves, bean sprouts, green beans, banana flower, cucumbers and other greens are heaped on top by the diner. There is also a red curry version that is usually reserved for ceremonial occasions and wedding festivities (see Samlor kari).

More reading at: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cambodian_cuisine
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