SINGAPORE SEAFOOD LAKSA CURRY Recipe

Welcome to Gregs Kitchen, where the food is finger licking! Laksa is a popular spicy Asian noodle soup made using coconut milk and is very easy to make. lf you like Thai or lndian curries, or just love spicy food, you will love this recipe!

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20 thoughts on “SINGAPORE SEAFOOD LAKSA CURRY Recipe”

  1. Doubt it taste like the real deal ! Real Laksa in Asia is a lot more complicated than that.

  2. Not very authentic though. A real laksa would be very red in colour, and no capsicums.

  3. I had laska in Borneo, Kuching, it was so good! Thanks for the recipe, it reminds me great souvenirs!

  4. Your Laksa is not authentic at all.
    Labelling it as "Singapore" Laksa is not right …as you are misleading viewers.
    At most it is your own version of spicy noodles…

  5. capsicum? wth kind of LAXA is this? sounds like 'laxative'. smh. shrimp, bean sprouts, and fried tofu is all you need.

  6. stephanie tomlinson

    I like that you left the shells on because the shells and to the flavor

  7. Very easy to make laksa. I tried it with  flat rice noodles and I also add fried shallots , lime and corriander. Yummy!!!

  8. Why is the shell left on? Doesnt it make it messy having to shell the shrimp in the soup? Looks great!!

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