|Alternative names||kako vegetable stew, samlor kako, somlaw koko, samlor koko, samlor korko|
|Place of origin||Cambodia|
|Region or state||Southeast Asia|
|Main ingredients||green kroeung, prahok, roasted ground rice, catfish, pork or chicken, vegetables, fruits and herbs|
Samlar kako (Khmer: សម្លកកូរ, lit. 'stirring soup', pronounced [sɑmlɑː kɑːkou]) is a traditional soup dish of Cambodia. It is also considered one of Cambodian's national dishes. Samlar kako consists of green kroeung, prahok, roasted ground rice, catfish, pork or chicken, vegetables, fruits and herbs.
Unlike other Khmer dishes, this can be served as a one-pot dish because it is a well-balanced meal on its own. Some prefer it as a vegetarian dish where the fish and meat are omitted and replaced by coconut cream and vegetable stock.
- Sao Sopheak, ed. (2020). The Taste of Angkor. Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation of Cambodia. p. 60. ISBN 978-9924-9486-0-5.
- Terei-Vigh, Kriszti (11 August 2018). "Samlor Kako". 196 flavors. Retrieved 25 October 2019.
- Dunston, Lara (26 June 2020). "Samlor Korko Recipe - How to Make Cambodian Stirring Pot Soup". Grantourismo Travels. Retrieved 7 January 2021.