Amok Trey is a Cambodian dish made of fish in a thick coconut curry sauce, wrapped in banana leaves and steamed

It is also called Amok and is described as a mild Cambodian-style fish curry - the fish is mixed with coconut milk and seasonings and baked wrapped in banana leaves.

Chicken is sometimes used as a substitute for fish.

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