Seen Dat

Daht Seen, Sin Dat (Lao)

pepper, soy bean, sugar, garlic, onions, sesame oil, sesame seeds

Seen Dat is a Laotian-styled barbecue. Traditional meats and vegetables are seared on a dome-shaped griddle. Dat means “to sear”, and Seen means “meat” in Lao.

Created April 22, 2019 by: itisclaudio

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