Curry laksa is one of my favourite all time dishes. The benefit of cooking it yourself is you can choose everything you want to put in it. Today I show you how to make it at home quickly and easily with my simple recipe.
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Ingredients: (serves 1)
Your choice of seafood – substitute chicken thigh meat if you prefer
¼ Chopped onion
2 Tbs laksa paste (follow directions on label as a starting point, but adjust to taste)
200ml Light coconut milk
200ml Water (can use a full can of coconut milk, light or full fat and omit water)
Deep fried tofu pieces – see recipe video here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-XuBqI2sdas
100g Hokkien noodles
50g thin rice noodles
Chopped spring or green onions
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Man this looks good
Yay Malaysian food! I'm Malaysian
it use candle nut
i found the what im looking…hmmm looks tasty.thanks for this vid :)
thanks for sharing (youtube working at its finest!)
Hi there, I'm sure you've heard about this herb, next summer give it a go… for amazing laksa, add "polygonum hydropiper", better known as "Vietnamese Mint", "Laksa Mint" or "Hot Mint". Available from your local Vietnamese / Thai / Chinese greengrocer. Buy a bunch, eat all the lower leaves, freeze what you don't use; be sure to leave a few leaves and the tips in place, then stick it in a pot. With a bit of luck, they'll all start growing (9 out of 10 anyway). Happy Laksa Time!!!
This is so different from what we have here in Singapore (yours is much healthier) but it looks amazing nonetheless :D
We love the simplicity of your recipes, thanks for sharing!
You should try our Sarawak Laksa. Far more different than this curry Laksa.. I bet you'll like it. If you ever come across making Sarawak Laksa, do leave me a message!! :D
ah laksa, no 7 on the world's 50 most delicious food by CNNGo. greetings from Malaysia, the home to this beautiful laksa :D
OMG your video's make me really hungry
And top w laksa leaves for extra flavour! Now I'm hungry….
Your version of Laksa looks great! I always eat mine w boiled egg halves and fried fish cakes! Yummy
I checked the label on my jar and it doesn't mention any peanuts, however different brands may be different. Also trace amounts etc are a possibility I guess.
No added salt, laksa paste is quite salty