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After a trip to Singapore a couple of years ago, I fell in love with their Laksa! The coconut curry broth is complex, fragrant, and just the right amount of richness. Seafood stock is the base of the broth, and the flavour the comes through is every seafood lover's dream. You might be tempted to skip the clams but trust me...the clams make a huge difference in the flavour of the broth. There are many types of laksa across Malaysia and Singapore, but this version enriched with coconut milk is the one common in Singapore and is also known as laksa lemak, peranakan laksa, or nyonya laksa. What's your favourite kind of laksa and what is it like? COOKING TIPS: It's a bit of work to get all the stuff together, as is usually the case for noodle soups, but you can make many components in advance and spread out the work. You can freeze the paste, so not a bad idea to make some extra. The broth can be made days in advance, and even the noodles can be cooked in advance. If you're going to make the broth ahead of time, make sure you cook off your clams and shrimp as well since raw seafood doesn't last long, but cooked seafood can last up to a week in the fridge. MAGIC SHRIMP DEVEINING TRICK: 🤍 JOIN US ON PATREON FOR BONUS CONTENT: 🤍 MY KITCHEN TOOLS & INGREDIENTS: 🤍 WRITTEN RECIPE: 🤍 MY COOKBOOK: 🤍 CONNECT WITH ME! 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 About Pai: Pailin “Pai” Chongchitnant is the author of the Hot Thai Kitchen cookbook, co-host of a Canadian TV series One World Kitchen on Gusto TV, and creator and host of the YouTube channel Pailin's Kitchen. Pai was born and raised in southern Thailand where she spent much of her "playtime" in the kitchen. She traveled to Canada to study Nutritional Sciences at the University of British Columbia, and was later trained as a chef at Le Cordon Bleu culinary school in San Francisco. After working in both Western and Thai professional kitchens, she decided that her passion really lies in educating and empowering others to cook at home via YouTube videos, her cookbook, and cooking classes. She currently lives in Vancouver, and goes to Thailand every year to visit her family. Visit her at 🤍 #ThaiFood #ThaiRecipes #AsianRecipes
My easy laksa recipe is perfect for when that noodle soup craving hits hard. Ready in 15 minutes! Get the recipe: 🤍 Subscribe to my channel and press the bell button to get notifications every time I post a new recipe: 🤍 Binge watch a whole bunch of my Asian food recipe videos here: 🤍 Come chat with me on: 🤍 🤍 🤍 And if you're in the USA, Australia or New Zealand you can buy my premium, all-natural Asian meal kits! You'll find them in the Asian aisle at these stores: 🤍 For more super tasty recipes: 🤍 ABOUT MARION Marion Grasby is a food producer, television presenter and cookbook author who's had a life-long love affair with Asian food. Marion is a little bit Thai (courtesy of her mum) and a little bit Australian (courtesy of her dad). Marion lives in Bangkok, Thailand and travels throughout Asia to find the most unique and delicious Asian food recipes, dishes and ingredients.
Curry Laksa (Curry Mee) is a delicious spicy curried noodle soup with a variety of toppings. This is my family's version found mainly in the Klang Valley and its surrounding areas. FULL RECIPE ► 🤍 Kitchen products I use in my kitchen ► 🤍 FOLLOW MALAYSIAN CHINESE KITCHEN ▼ Subscribe : 🤍 Visit Blog : 🤍 Facebook : 🤍 Twitter : 🤍 Instagram : 🤍 MUSIC ▼ Side Path (Courtesy of Kevin MacLeod - YouTube Audio Library)
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A quick and easy way to enjoy a bowl of delicious red curry laksa noodle soup. The spicy soup enriched with coconut milk is just so flavourful. This quick meal can easily be one of the meals in the weekdays. NOTE: If you've made any of my recipes, please head out to my website and rate it. Link is below. I would really appreciate it. Huge thanks! ▶ Printable recipe, tips and instructions 🤍 ▶ Sambal chili paste recipe 🤍 ▶ Check out my website for the ingredients, measurements and much more! 🤍 ▶ Subscribe for more videos 🤍 Say HI to us here: ▶Instagram: 🤍 ▶Facebook Page: 🤍 ▶Pinterest: 🤍 THANK YOU for watching and have a lovely day!
ingredients - 4 chicken thighs - 3 tbsp grapeseed or peanut oil - Thumb size piece ginger - Pinky size piece turmeric - 1 stick lemongrass - 5 cloves garlic - 2 bird’s eye chillies - 1/3 jar of Por Kwan laksa paste - 1 can coconut milk - 200ml chicken stock - Fish sauce to taste (get the 3 Crab brand if you can, so much better than most) - 1 tbsp palm sugar - Noodles of your choice (i like the rice sticks which you soak in cold water for 20 minutes before you use them) - 2 limes - Mung bean sprouts - 12 prawns - 1 packet soy puffs - Fresh coriander - Crispy shallots Method 1. In a large heavy based pot, add the oil and place on a medium heat. 2. In a mortar and pestle, place your ginger, garlic, lemongrass, turmeric, and chillies and bash into a smooth paste. 3. Add your paste to the pot and sauté it, making sure you stir constantly. 4. Next, add the laksa paste and cook for another five minutes. 5. Thinly slice your chicken thighs, add it to your pot and stir until covered in the spicy paste. 6. Add your coconut milk and chicken stock and bring to a simmer. After 10 minutes, add your palm sugar and fish sauce to taste. 7. Five minutes before you are ready to serve, add the prawns to the laksa. 8. Check the seasoning one last time and add your lime juice. 9. In a separate pot of boiling water, heat the noodles for two minutes and place into your bowl. 10. Pour the curry laksa over the hot noodles, making sure you get chicken, tofu and prawns in each bowl. 11. Garnish with bean sprouts, fresh coriander and crispy shallots.
How to make an authentic laksa lemak (coconut laksa) from scratch, including how to make the paste. For the full recipe follow the link: 🤍
A good Malaysian curry laksa soup is rich, complex and full of flavour. But sometimes you want is an easy curry laksa at home, in a hurry. My quick weeknight recipe for an easy prawn and dumpling laksa brings together laksa noodles, laksa broth and dumpligns in a fraction of the time, thanks to my secret weapon in that curry broth. Watch and learn, my friends! Get the recipe: 🤍 Subscribe to my channel and press the bell button to get notifications every time I post a new recipe: 🤍 Binge watch a whole bunch of my Asian food recipe videos here: 🤍 Come chat with me on: 🤍 🤍 🤍 And if you're in the USA, Australia or New Zealand you can buy my premium, all-natural Asian meal kits! You'll find them in the Asian aisle at these stores: 🤍 For more super tasty recipes: 🤍 ABOUT MARION Marion Grasby is a food producer, television presenter and cookbook author who's had a life-long love affair with Asian food. Marion is a little bit Thai (courtesy of her mum) and a little bit Australian (courtesy of her dad). Marion lives in Bangkok, Thailand and travels throughout Asia to find the most unique and delicious Asian food recipes, dishes and ingredients.
Nyonya Laksa is a specialty of Chef Wan, and he is going to teach Anna Olson how to make this incredible soup dish! Subscribe for more video recipes: 🤍 There are plenty of amazing Nyonya Laksa recipes available online! We recommend using Chef Wan's as a guide and referring to other online resources if you need a bit more guidance! Shop Anna Olson Cookbooks: 🤍 Follow Anna on social media: Pinterest: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Anna's Official Website: 🤍 Follow Oh Yum on... Facebook: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Pinterest: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Official Oh Yum Website: 🤍 #ChefWan #Laska #OhYum
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Laksa is a popular Peranakan spicy noodle soup dish, available in different variation depending on the country of origin. Although you can find this noodle soup in Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia and Thailand, the ingredients used in each country is somewhat different. In general, laksa consists of rice vermicelli with chicken or seafood, served in spicy coconut based soup. Refer to the ingredient list below or go to our website here 🤍 for your easy reference. We would like to give special thanks to Shogun by La Gourmet for letting us try out their high quality non-stick pan in the video. If you like to buy them, you can go to any of the major departmental stores in Singapore such as Isetan, Robinsons, Takashimaya, BHG, OG, Metro or Tangs. Hope you can recreate this yummy dish in the comfort of your home. Thanks for dropping by our channel. Please subscribe to stay tuned to our home cooking videos. Follow us on: Youtube: 🤍youtube.com/spicenpans Facebook 🤍facebook.com/spicenpans/ Instagram 🤍instagram/spicenpans Blog: 🤍spicenpans.com Chat with us! info🤍spicenpans.com Thanks for watching! See you soon. xoxo Jamie on behalf of Spice N’ Pans Ingredients: Serves 8-10 pax Ingredients for soup stock 600g of prawn heads 3L of water 1.5L of coconut milk 2.5 teaspoons of salt 1 teaspoon of sugar 70g of dried shrimps (soak in 1 cup of hot water, drained & minced) Rempah paste (blended) - 300g of shallots - 5 pieces of garlic - 5 pieces of red chilli (deseeded) - 20 pieces of dried chilli (rehydrated) - 3 pieces of lemongrass (use only its stem) - 6 pieces of candlenut - 20g of fresh tumeric - 80g of galangal (blue ginger) - 1/4 cup of water - 1 tablespoon of grounded coriander powder - 20g of belachan (roasted) Other ingredients Appropriate amount of yellow noodles or rice vermicilli Beancurd puff Fishcake Prawns Hard boiled eggs Fresh cockles Beansprouts Laksa leaves - minced - Looking for some of the things or ingredients we used in this video but not residing in Singapore? We welcome you for a vacation in Singapore or simply click one of these links to see similar or substitute products on Amazon. Happy shopping! Granite Wok Pan: 🤍 Cooking oil: 🤍 Japanese light soya sauce: 🤍 = E-books you may be interested in: Metabolic cooking: Fat Loss Cook Book: 🤍 Delicious Diabetes Friendly Recipes: 🤍 Eat What You Love Diabetes Cookbook: 🤍 = If you like this recipe, you might like these too: Braised Ee-Fu Noodles 伊府面 🤍 Crispy Seafood Noodles 生面 (Crispy Chow Mein) 🤍 Beef Hor Fun 豉汁滑蛋牛河 Beef Rice Noodles in Black Bean Sauce 🤍 Disclaimer: Spice N' Pans is not related to these products and cannot guarantee the quality of the products in the links provided. Links are provided here for your convenience. We can only stand by the brands of the products we used in the video and we highly recommend you to buy them. Even then, preference can be subjective. Please buy at your own risk. Some of the links provided here may be affiliated. These links are important as they help to fund this channel so that we can continue to give you more recipes. Cheers!
We continue to experiment with this new video format. This time we bring back this quick Malaysian red curry laksa that only takes 20 minutes to cook. A shortcut on both ingredients and labour of making this delicious bowl. Creamy curry broth with a hint of sweet and sour with noodles, chicken and shrimps and let's not forget the condiments of fried tofu, boiled egg, sambal and coriander leaves. They are optional but they do make all the flavours complete. Check out the full video here: 🤍 RECIPE: 🤍 Follow us on Instagram for behind the scenes content: 🤍elmundoeats 🤍 The music I use: 🤍 - Get a 30 day free trial. ................................................................................ GEAR: Kitchen tools I love to use: 🤍 My favourite Asian ingredients: 🤍 Current camera gear: 🤍 ................................................................................ FACEBOOK: 🤍 INSTAGRAM: 🤍 PINTEREST: 🤍 #shorts #laksa #malaysianfood
ORDER YOUR COOKBOOKS, MERCH, & SUSHI MASTERCLASS HERE: 🤍 LEARN HOW TO MAKE AN EASY LAKSA RECIPE AT HOME TODAY! LAY HO MA! Nothing beats a hot bowl of spicy soup noodles on a cold winter day (or any day really!). Join me in this episode and learn how to make an easy and quick version of the popular laksa recipe! Let's begin Ingredients: 1/3 Asian eggplant 30g extra firm tofu drizzle of avocado oil 3 broccolini 150g round rice noodles (Yunan rice noodles) 1 tbsp coconut oil 2 tbsp red curry paste (🤍 1 tbsp curry powder 1 cup coconut milk 2 cups vegetable stock (🤍 3 tofu puffs small handful of bean sprouts few sprigs cilantro Directions: 1. Bring a pot of water to boil for the noodles 2. Slice the eggplant into quarters. Scoop out some tofu balls using a melon baller 3. Heat up a nonstick pan to medium heat. Add the avocado oil followed by the eggplant and broccolini. Sauté for 2-3min, then set aside 4. Cook the round rice noodles to al-dente 5. Heat up another pot to medium heat. Add the coconut oil and red curry paste. Sauté for 4-5min 6. Add and stir in the curry powder to combine. Then, add the coconut milk. Stir to combine 7. Add the vegetable stock along with the broccolini, eggplant, tofu puffs, and tofu balls. Give it a good stir, cover, and bring to a boil 8. When the noodles are done, strain them out and place in the serving bowl 9. Depending on if your vegetable stock is salted, you may season with some salt or soy sauce to taste. Pour the broth onto the noodles and assemble the toppings 10. Garnish with bean sprouts and fresh cilantro If you enjoyed this episode and would love to see more, remember to like, comment, and subscribe so that you won't miss a single episode! Hong Kong born Canadian, Wil Yeung is an international photographer, filmmaker, entrepreneur, violinist, and YouTube chef. He immigrated to Canada when he was a young boy carrying with him his ability to speak Cantonese and some broken English. Much of his culinary aspirations stem from his background in the visual and musical art spaces. Whether you're plant based or plant based curious, Wil believes that learning how to make food can really change your life and of those around you. STAY IN THE LOOP ON SOCIAL MEDIA! Wil's Recipes on Instagram: 🤍yeungmancooking Wil's Recipes on Facebook: fb.me/yeungmancooking.com Wil's Photography + Video on Instagram: 🤍wyphotography.com Wil's Photography + Video on Facebook: wyphotography O5SJJ2GXV2IWB6VT ZVHSMWSQ4OSVF199 You are watching: 🤍
In today's episode of Wok Wednesday, Jeremy cooks up the classic Malaysian/Indonesian noodle soup dish, laksa! Be sure to like, comment and subscribe to our channel and hit the notification bell so you can be alerted when we upload a new video or #wokwednesdays #recipe. To find the recipe for this dish, click the link below! 🤍 Join our Patreon: 🤍 Book one of our online classes today: 🤍 - Malaysian Inspired Laksa Recipe | Wok Wednesdays - Visit our shop for woks, cleavers, bao kits and gyoza kits! - UK delivery: 🤍 Become a wokstar, join one of our classes! - 🤍 Find other recipes here! - 🤍 Find us on social media: Twitter: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Got a question or inquiry? E-mail us at: Info🤍schoolofwok.co.uk
🤤 RECIPE: 🤍 The best recipe for delicious Curry Laksa which is commonly known as Laksa Lemak, a Malaysian curry noodles. If Japan has Ramen, Malaysia has Curry Laksa which is fiery flavoursome. Cooking Curry Laksa begins with the broth and then the Laksa paste. Those are the most important component to making a good bowl of Curry Laksa. Curry Laksa is perhaps the most requested recipe on Nyonya Cooking. I have created this special tempting curry noodle with a mixture of spices befitting the dish. No doubt, the preparations may seem complicated but you would be encouraged with the result. Trust me, you would love to have this captivating dish over and over again. If you have not tried a Curry Laksa noodles before, you are missing out. Do not feel demotivated when you see the long list of ingredients and the tedious steps in the preparation. You can always prepare a bigger portion of the laksa paste and the Curry Laksa paste can be frozen for later use. That will come in handy whenever you feel the urge to have some curry noodles. The broth which uses chicken bones and prawn shells as a base has a subtle sweetness and when infused with the spices makes this laksa really delicious! Most of the ingredients can be widely found at the Asian grocer. However, it might be difficult to get the Vietnamese coriander (also known as Vietnamese cilantro, Vietnamese mint and Cambodian mint). If you are unable to find it, just skip it. I have read that it could be substituted with an equal amount of mint and cilantro but it would not work in this dish. All the herbs and spices need to be throughly infused together to get that tantalizing taste that Nyonya Laksa is known for. Have fun trying this. Whether it is for breakfast, lunch or dinner, there is no stopping you from enjoying a bowl of Nyonya Laksa. Dried Chilli Paste 🤍 Malaysian Sour and Spicy Fish Soup Noodles 🤍 Fish in Asam Curry 🤍 Nasi Briyani Ayam 🤍 Kimchi Fried Rice 🤍 Nyonya Cooking: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Pinterest: 🤍 #nyonyacooking
Make a bowl of delicious and spicy Malaysian Curry Laksa today in your own kitchen with this easy step-by-step recipe. I hope you like this as much as my family does. Thanks for watching! 谢谢收看,中文食谱往下滑 Full recipe: 🤍 Vegan sambal video: 🤍 Website: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Pinterest: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 - Ingredients - 3 servings noodles of choice used ramen - 4 tablespoons of homemade sambal or Malaysian Curry Laksa paste - 1 can 14oz [400ml] coconut milk - 6 cups water + 4 tablespoons Umami seasoning - a handful of curry leaves - lime wedges - oil for cooking - salt to taste Toppings - 10 fried tofu puffs cut into half - 1 small Japanese eggplant cut into 2" matchstick - 8 oz King Oyster mushrooms tear into pieces - 1 cup veggie of choice used bean sprouts, long beans, and YuChoy Wonton - 15 wonton wrappers - 1 ½ cups shredded cabbage - 1 small carrot shredded - salt and oil for cooking - 咖喱叻沙材料 - 3人份面条 - 4汤匙自制或商店购买的咖喱叻沙酱 - 1罐[400ml]椰奶 - 6高汤 - 少数咖喱叶 - 酸橙 - 烹饪油 - 盐调味 配料 - 10个油炸豆腐泡芙 - 1个小茄子 - 8盎司杏鮑菇 - 1杯蔬菜 云吞 - 15馄饨皮 - 1½杯切碎的白菜 - 1个小胡萝卜，切丝 - 盐和油
This Curry Laksa recipe has a distinctive curry taste, with the additional, coriander, cumin and aniseed in the spice paste. The spice paste can be made in advance and stored in an airtight container for a week. Curry Laksa Ingredients 1 lb Peeled Shrimps 2 Packs (2 x 90 g) Tofu Puffs, halved Some Cooked Fried Fish Cakes or Fish Balls 120 g Dried Yellow Noodles, cooked or Fresh Yellow Noodles, scalded 250 g Rice Vermicelli, cooked and drained 300 g Bean Sprouts, scalded 120 g Long Beans, cut into 1 inch in length, cooked and drained 8 Hard boiled Eggs, halved Some Kalamansi 6 to 8 Cups Chicken Broth 2 Cups Coconut Milk 4 Pandanus/Pandan Leaves, knotted ¼ Cup Fresh Curry Leaves 1/3 Cup Peanut or Vegetable Oil Sugar, to taste Sea Salt to taste Spice Paste 70 g Dried Chilies, cut into ½ inch in length and soaked in hot water, drained 4 Stalks Lemongrass, chopped 4 Fresh Red Chilies, seeded and coarsely chopped 25 g Fresh Turmeric, coarsely chopped 50 g Galangal, coarsely chopped 300 g Shallots, peeled and coarsely chopped 4 Cloves Garlic, peeled and chopped 3 tsp Roasted Shrimp Paste (Belachan) 10 Candlenuts 3 Tbsp Ground Coriander 1 Tbsp Ground Cumin ½ tsp Ground Aniseed 1 tsp Ground Black Pepper Full Recipe: 🤍
My family eats chicken curry and curry laksa several times a month...that's how much we love it! This time around, my mum shares her much-loved fusion laksa recipe - the very best of Malay and Chinese cooking! What special ingredients do YOU add in your laksa? RECIPE - 2 brown onions 5 cloves garlic ½ cup olive oil 3 tbsp dried chilli 3 tbsp curry powder 2 fresh chilli & 2 red horn capsicum for colour Knob of ginger 3 lemongrass 2 sticks of fresh curry leaves Handful of tamarind pieces 200ml coconut cream Salt and pepper to taste Water for soup 1kg of chicken 1 bag of fried tofu puffs 1 bag of fish balls (optional) Rice vermicelli or egg noodles Sliced cucumber Mint leaves Lemon wedges
Curry Laksa (Curry mee) is very popular in Malaysia and Singapore, that one bowl of noodles with curry broth, tofu, fish ball, chicken and other add on is simply creamy with coconut milk. Curry laksa is served for breakfast, lunch, tea and even dinner i.e. a dish which goes well almost anytime of the day. The recipe below will give you a thick creamy broth, try the recipe and enjoy this fantastic dish. . Ingredients | Bahan diperlukan: Blended Ingredients | Bahan kisar: 3 small onion | bawang merah 2 clove garlic | ulas bawang putih 3 lemon grass | serai 2 inch galangal | lengkuas 2 inch ginger | halia 1 inch turmeric root | kunyit hidup 1 cup soaked dried chili | cili kering direndam 3 tbsp dried shrimp | udang kering 4 pc candle nuts | buah keras 1 red chili | cili merah Other Ingredients | Bahan-bahan lain: 1 cup coconut milk | santan 1 cup evaporated milk | susu cair dried tofu | tauhu kering fish ball | bebola ikan fish cake | kek ikan 1 chicken breast | dada ayam bean sprout | taugeh 1 tbsp curry powder | serbuk kari vermicelli (rice) noodles | mee hoon yellow noodles | mee kuning (yard)long beans | kacang panjang salt | garam
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A delicious curry laksa recipe ready in UNDER one hour!!! Laksa paste recipe included! Join us for more cinematic cooking! 🤍 🤙🏼 come say hello! Instagram: 🤍 🔥 10% OFF BOBA, BAO, & DUMPLINGS MERCH w/ code - MAKITCHEN10 🤍 🤤 Fish sauce chicken wings, fried imperial rolls, banh khot, & more!! 👇🏼 Get your Vietnamese recipe ebook here!👇🏼 🤍 CURRY LAKSA - 4 SERVINGS 1 lb Raw, Unpeeled Large Prawns 2 TBSP Neutral Oil 1/4 Cup Dried Shrimp (soaked for 15 min) 1 TSP Salt 1 TSP Sugar 1 TSP Fish Sauce 1 Can Coconut Milk (~450ml) 125 g Fried Tofu Puffs (halved) 1 lb Fresh Hokkien Noodles 100 g Vermicelli Noodles 100 g Fried Fish Cakes (sliced) 150 g Bean Sprouts 4 Eggs (soft-boiled) 1/2 Cup Loosely Packed Laksa Leaves (Rau Rum) Prawn Oil 1/3 of the reserved prawn heads and shells ~1/4 Cup Natural Oil Pinch of Salt Prawn Stock 2/3 of the reserved prawn heads and shells 5 Cups Chicken Stock Laksa paste (makes double) 8 Dried Chillies (De-seeded and soaked in hot water for around 20 min) 2 Large Red Chillies (De-seeded) 1/2 TBSP Belacan (shrimp paste) 1/2 Large Yellow Onion (roughly chopped) 6 Garlic Cloves 1" Fresh Ginger (peeled) 1" Fresh Galangal (peeled) 1" Fresh Turmeric (peeled) 2 Lemongrass (white part only) 1 TBSP Ground Coriander 3 Macadamia Nuts Belacan Sambal 3 Dried Chillies (soaked for 15 min) 1 Large Red Chilli (de-seed to control spice level) 1 Shallot, or 1/4 Small Onion (roughly chopped) 1/2 TSP Belacan (shrimp paste) 1/4 Cup Neutral Oil Pinch of Sugar Instructions Peel the prawns (tails & guts too). Sauté 2/3 of the shells & heads with 1 TBSP oil until fragrant. Add 5 cups of chicken stock and simmer for 20 minutes. Strain and reserve the stock. While the stock is simmering, prepare the other components. Shrimp Oil Heat up a small saucepan over medium heat and add ~2 TBSP of oil. Sauté remaining 1/3 of heads and shells for 20 seconds and add remaining oil. Sauté until very fragrant. ~ 5 min. Strain and set the oil aside. Belacan Sambal Blend all the chillies together with the shallot and belacan. Heat a small saucepan over medium heat and fry the paste in the peanut oil for about 10 minutes, or until very fragrant, stirring frequently. Stir in the sugar and set aside for serving. Blend all the laksa paste ingredients into a smooth paste. Add 1-2 TBSP of the dried shrimp soaking liquid to bind the paste. Heat up 2 TBSP of oil in a large pot and sauté half of the laksa paste for about 5-10 minutes until the oil separates. Freeze the remaining half of the laksa paste for another batch! Add the prawn stock and stir in salt, sugar, fish sauce, and coconut milk. Simmer for 20 minutes. Add tofu puffs and simmer for 5 more minutes. Taste and adjust seasoning to your liking. While the soup is simmering, prepare the noodles, blanch bean sprouts and fish cakes for 1 minute, and boil shrimp for 3 minutes. Soft-boil 4 eggs. Bring a pot of water to a boil, gently ladle in eggs, cover, turn off the heat, and let it sit for 6.5 minutes. Cool in a pot of ice water. Assemble a bowl with (warm) half vermicelli and half hokkien noodles, fish cakes, shrimp, bean sprouts, tofu puffs, soup, shrimp oil, belacan sambal, and laksa leaves. 📸 tech Camera Body: Canon EOS RP 🤍 Canon Mount Adapter EF-EOS R 🤍 Lens: Canon RF 24-105mm f/4L IS USM 🤍 Lens: Canon EF 50mm f/1.8 STM - Nifty Fifty (great for low light) 🤍 Tripod: Mefoto Travel Tripod 🤍 Lighting: Softbox Lights 🤍 🎵 music music by City Girl Twitter ► 🤍 Bandcamp ► 🤍 Spotify ► 🤍 #currylaksa #laksalemak #malaysiancurry
Malaysian Chicken Laksa | How To Make Malaysian Chicken Laksa | Easy Chicken Laksa At Home | Chicken Laksa | Chicken Noodle Soup | Malaysian Curry Noodle Soup | Spicy Chicken Curry | Winter Special Recipe | Malay Cuisine | Homemade Chicken Soup | Noodle Soup | Chicken Curry | Chicken Recipe | Curry Recipe | Soup Recipe | Winter Recipes | Get Curried | The Bombay Chef | Varun Inamdar Learn how to make Malaysian Chicken Laksa with our Chef Varun Inamdar. Introduction Malaysian Chicken Laksa is a spicy noodle dish popular in Southeast Asia. Chicken pieces and noodles cooked in a spicy coconut broth topped with an array on condiments - a Malaysian delight! This spicy Chicken Laksa is a Malaysian soup that may have a long list of ingredients, but it's super easy. Malaysian kitchens weave Chinese, Indian, and Malay culinary strands into a complex cuisine. Try out this amazing Laksa recipe this weekend & let us know your thoughts in the comments. For the Curry Paste 5-6 Dried Kashmiri Red Chillies Coriander Stalks (chopped) 4-6 Bird's Eye Chillies 2 tsp Sugar Lemongrass Stalks (chopped) 4-6 Thai Basil Leaves 1-inch Galangal (chopped) 1/4 cup Shallots 8-10 Garlic Cloves 3-4 Kaffir Lime Leaves 1 tsp Turmeric Powder 1 tbsp Coriander Seeds Powder 1 tsp Dark Soy Sauce Making the Curry/Soup 2 tbsp Oil 2 cups Water 200 gms Chicken Breast (cut into strips) Noodles Salt (as required) 1 cup Coconut Cream For Garnish Boiled Egg Slice Coriander Sprig #MalaysianChickenLaksa #ChickenLaksa #TheBombayChef #VarunInamdar Download the Get Curried App by clicking on this link:- 🤍 Host: Varun Inamdar Copyrights: REPL For feedback and suggestions, please write to us at: foodcurry47🤍gmail.com Subscribe and Get regular Updates: 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍
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Traditional Hawker Street Food in Kuala Lumpur | Madras Lane Petaling Street Curry Laksa & More Madras Lane Petaling Street is a narrow alleyway that’s known for its tasty hawker fare, as well as a wet market that sells a variety of produce, meat, poultry and fish. Set within Chinatown Kuala Lumpur, it’s connected to the Petaling Street Flea Market(茨厂街） via a Chinese-style archway bearing the name Penjaja Gallery （李霖泰菜市场）. Locals frequently refer to the hawker street as Madras Lane（中华巷） after a cinema of the same name, which was destroyed in a fire during the late 1970s. The food at Madras Lane Petaling Street is predominantly Chinese, with curry laksa and yong tau foo being the most popular options among local diners. The former is a mix of noodles, long beans, eggplants, cockles, deep-fried tofu and pork rind, served in a spicy broth that’s made with coconut milk and curry. There are several stalls selling asam laksa (Nyonya noodles in spicy and tangy fish soup), so we suggest picking the one that’s busiest if you’re not pressed for time. As Madras Lane Petaling Street is one of the most popular breakfast spots in Chinatown Kuala Lumpur, be sure to get there early to avoid a long wait. Location: Penjaja Gallery, Jalan Tun HS Lee, 50000 Kuala Lumpur Business Hours: Daily 8am-2pm ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………. ➤ Leave me a comment below & Subscribe to this channel 📺 🤍 ➤ Food Hunter Journey Playlist: 🤍 Malaysia Night Market Street Food 🤍 ➤ YOU MIGHT ALSO LIKE… Making Pulled Candy in Traditional Way - My Childhood Candy 🤍 Malaysia Food-Tasty “Dirty Noodle” 2020 🤍 Ipoh Food Tour 🤍 Satisfying Food Compilation | Ayam Golek Madu Berempah | Rojas, Cendol & Vadai 🤍
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OPEN for ingredients! Today we're making Laksa, a spicy, rich 'lemak' coconut curry noodle dish that is a favourite in Singapore. Long list of ingredients, but the steps are super easy and totally worth it. I know some of us want more spice, so I also have a recipe for a special sambal chilli full of umami, perfect with laksa so let's go! More info here: 🤍 Timestamps: 00:27 - How to make easy prawn stock 03:06 - How to prepare inner white core of lemongrass 03:30 - How to prepare dried shrimps 03:48 - How to make the laksa spice base paste 05:59 - Cooking the Laksa Gravy 09:39 - How to make the perfect sambal chilli for laksa 11:13 - Preparing the noodle bits and bobs to serve laksa Ingredients: Laksa Spice Base Paste: - 100ml of Dried Chilli Paste or 10 Dried Chillies, soaked in boiling water - 5 Red Chillies - 1 medium Onion or 2-3 shallots - 2-3 Garlic Cloves - 4 Candlenuts - 20g or 1 tbsp Ginger - 20g or 1 tbsp Galangal - 20g or 1 tbsp Fresh Turmeric or 1 tsp Turmeric Powder - 2 Lemongrass Stalks, inner white core - 20g or 1 tbsp Belachan or Fermented Dried Shrimp Paste - 30g or 1 tbsp Dried Shrimps - 1 tbsp Coriander Seeds Easy Prawn Broth: - 300g Prawn heads and shells - 1 litre Water - Alternatively, just use stock cubes, seafood or ikan bilis would be best, but chicken works too. Laksa Gravy: - 1 litre Prawn Broth - 300ml Coconut Milk - 2 tbsps Fish Sauce, or to taste - 1 tbsp Brown Sugar, or to taste - Fried Tofu Puffs or Taopok - Laksa Leaves/Vietnamese Coriander Leaves/Daun Kesum (optional) Noodles bits and bobs: - Thick Vermicelli / Laksa Rice Noodles / Bee Tai Mak - 12 Prawns - Fishcakes, sliced - Cockles (i did not use this) - Beansprouts - Veggies - Boiled Eggs Easy Spicy Sambal: - 100ml of Dried Chilli Paste - 2-3 Shallots - 2-3 Garlic - 2 tbsps Belachan - 2 tbsps Dried Shrimps - 1/2 tsp Salt - 1 tbsp Sugar - 1 tsp Tamarind Paste Resources: Singapore Hokkien Mee + how to make levelled up seafood broth: 🤍 How to make homemade dried chilli paste: 🤍 Char Kway Teow + how to prepare blood cockles: 🤍 Watch more Singapore Noodle recipes: Singapore Hor Fun Noodles: 🤍 Seafood Mee Goreng: 🤍 Mee Soto: 🤍 Mee Rebus: 🤍 Mee Goreng Mamak: 🤍 Connect with me: 🤍nomadette.com instagram.com/nomadetteats
Who has the BEST Laksa in the world?! This week, I’ve been invited to experience and attend one of the largest Laksa events in the world happening in the northern part of Australia, Darwin City called the Darwin International Laksa Festival this 27th November (who would’ve thought!?) Super excited for this trip and will be doing a 3-Episode Special on my whole experience there so stay tuned! I even heard they have Laksa Ice Cream like what! In conjunction with that, I thought let’s revisit one of my all-time favorite recipes for this week’s episode, one of the many amazing Peranakan cuisines from Melaka called the Nyonya Laksa, which I will be doing a cooking demonstration there to share with them my version of Laksa which I'm very proud to be able to represent and share Malaysia's heritage food. Hope you’re ready 🤍darwinlaksafest, we’re taking your taste buds for a magical ride. #NyonyaLaksa #DarwinInternationalLaksaFestival _ [SHERSON LIAN - TV Host, Chef & Entrepreneur] Sherson Lian kicked off his TV career with (and still is!) hosting ‘5 Rencah 5 Rasa’ on TV3 Malaysia, a cooking show that has been on the air the past 10 years, with 24 seasons and 1500+ recipes and counting! He has also hosted multiple TV shows on the Asian Food Network (previously AFC), including "Amazing Food Challenge; Fun in the Philippines', ‘Great Dinners of The World’, 'Reality Bites' and 4 seasons of ‘Family Kitchen with Sherson’ together with his mum. Sherson Lian is the co-founder of Makhan by Kitchen Mafia, a restaurant in Petaling Jaya, Malaysia and Kitchen Mafia, an F&B solutions company that offers catering, private dining/chef's table sessions, and restaurant/menu consultancy among other services. For business inquiries, please contact: Azim Yazid +6012 2777 564
Ingredients: Red chili Dried chili Lemongrass Garlic Curry leaf Shrimp paste Curry powder Chili powder Tumeric power Chicken stock Fish sauce Sugar Salt Tamarind #チキンカレー #currylaksanoodles #咖喱面 #currynoodlesssoup
Recipe at: 🤍 Laksa is a classic peranakan food that we absolutely LOVE. However, the complicated processes involved in making the rempah paste often scares off even the most adventurous home cooks. With some tweaks to the previous recipe, we came up with a simpler yet DELICIOUS laksa recipe. Few things to take note of. Firstly, blend the spice paste as fine as possible and make sure to stir-fry the spice paste till the colour darkens (really important). Next, only bring the Laksa soup to boil AFTER adding the coconut milk, because coconut milk coagulates after being boiled for too long. We also used fish stock this time round and increased the amount of hay bee and laksa leaves to make the soup more flavourful and aromatic. Lastly, even though Katong laksa sold outside doesn’t have Tau pok... We couldn’t resist the urge of devouring pieces of Tau pok soaked in Laksa soup. Do try out the recipe and let us know what you think! #themeatmensg #zichar #nonya #laksa #simple #delicious P.S. Say, if you like our recipe videos, don't forget to follow our page and share them with your friends. We have many new videos coming up, so stay tuned!
MALAY STREET FOOD IN PENANG - Curry Mee + Laksa in Ayer Itam Welcome back to another episode of Chopstick Travel with Luke Martin. Today, we take you on a street food tour just outside of Georgetown, Penang to a small village called Air Itam. Situated just into the mountain-side, this little town is famous for delicious STREET FOOD! Among the street food stalls selling all kinds of Malaysian foods and Chinese-influence foods, there are two very famous spots: one selling a traditional curry mee and the other a traditional assam laksa! We also checked out the beautiful Buddhist temple - Kek Lok Si, while we were there, and took in the beautiful views. We couldn’t resist the classic Malaysian dessert - cendol, in downtown Penang, before heading to one of our favourite dishes of all time (not just in Malaysia) - bak kut teh. It is a medicinal soup filled with vegetables and tofu and it cooked in an earthenware pot. The best way to end a day of street food eating and exploring! Want to visit these places yourself? Check the info below! Curry Mee 🤍 Sister Curry Mee 612 T Jalan Air Itam, Pekan Ayer Itam, Pulau Pinang Open Wed - Mon 7:30am - 1:00pm but hours aren’t always true, the ladies are very old 🤍facebook.com/currymeesister/ Assam Laksa 🤍 Penang Air Itam Laksa Jalan Pasar, Paya Terubong, Pulau Pinang Open daily 10:30am - 7:00pm also hours differ, some days he takes a break without notice 🤍facebook.com/penang.air.itam.laksa/ Kek Lok Si Temple 1000-L Tingkat Lembah Ria 1, Air Itam, Pulau Pinang 🤍kekloksitemple.com/ Cendol 🤍 Penang Road Famous Teowchew Chendul Jalan Penang, Georgetown Open daily 10:00am - 7:00pm 🤍chendul.my/ Bak Kut Teh 🤍 Khoon Klang Bak Kut Teh 320 Jalan Perak, Jelutong, Georgetown Open Sat - Thurs 11:00am - 10:30pm #MALAYSIA #PENANG #STREETFOOD Hey there, my name's Luke Martin with 🤍chopsticktravel.com ! I'm on a journey to document the BEST Street Food around the world! Chopstick Travels began in Taiwan, where we frequent the best Street Food stands everywhere from Taipei to Kaohsiung. Not only do we feast on amazing street food in Taiwan, but our food focused travels take us on Street Food missions trying unique foods around the world! We've eaten Street Food in Japan, Street Food in Malaysia, Street Food in Korea, Street Food in India and many more! I post 2 times a week mostly food, some travel. Street Food tours around the world and the most unique dishes we can find in all kinds of hole-in-the-wall restaurants. Stay updated for my latest video VIA our Facebook page and Instagram! Always remember that the best part of travel is immersing yourself in the local culture, and no where better can you immerse yourself than into the Street Food! Malaysian Street Food in Penang 2018
A vegan version of the popular noodle soup from Southeast Asia! Full of flavours and spices that would lure you into having it again and again! VEGAN LAKSA Ingredients 6-8 dried red chillies, soaked for 1 hour and drained 8-10 cashew nuts, soaked for 1 hour and drained 6-8 garlic cloves 1 inch ginger, roughly chopped 1 inch lemongrass stalk, chopped 2 tbsps coriander seeds 2 fresh red chillies 1 medium onion, roughly chopped ½ tsp turmeric powder Salt to taste 3 cups vegetable stock 3 tbsps oil 1 cup coconut milk 100 grams firm tofu, cut into 1 inch cubes 200 grams boiled noodles 25-30 small broccoli florets, blanched and drained 1 medium carrot, peeled, cut into thin roundels, blanched and drained 10-12 snow peas, diagonally halved, blanched and drained ½ cup sautéed mushrooms Diagonally sliced red chillies for garnish Method 1. Put the soaked red chillies, cashew nuts, garlic, ginger, lemongrass stalk, coriander seeds, fresh red chillies, onion, turmeric powder and salt into a blender jar and blend to a coarse paste. Add ½ cup water and blend to a fine paste. 2. Heat 2 tbsps oil in a deep pan. Add the blended paste and sauté for 3-4 minutes. 3. Add 1 cup water and mix well. Cover and cook for 3-4 minutes or till the oil separates. 4. Add vegetable stock, mix and cook till it comes to a boil. 5. Add coconut milk, mix and cook for 5 minutes. This is the laksa soup. 6. Heat remaining oil in a non-stick shallow pan. Place the tofu cubes and cook on high heat for 1 minute. Flip each tofu cube and cook the other side for 1 minute as well. 7. To serve, place a portion of the noodles in a serving bowl. Add 4-5 blanched broccoli florets, a few carrot roundels, a few snow peas halves and a portion of the sautéed mushrooms. Arrange a few tofu pieces, pour a portion of the soup and garnish with red chillies. Serve hot. Click to Subscribe: 🤍 For more recipes : 🤍 To get recipes on your Google or Alexa devices, click here : 🤍 Best cooked in Wonderchef Kitchenware. Buy Now on : 🤍 Facebook : 🤍 Twitter : 🤍 #SanjeevKapoor #VeganLaksa #Laksa #VegLaksa #VeganRecipes #LaksaSoup #MalaysianNoodleSoup sanjeev kapoor,sanjeev kapoor recipe,sanjeev kapoor recipes,khana khazana,chef sanjeev kapoor,khana khazana recipes,masterchef sanjeev kapoor,indian recipes,recipes of india,master chef,how to cook,indian food,recipes,quick recipes,easy recipes,vegan laksa,vegan recipes,laksa,laksa recipe,vegan laksa recipe,vegan laksa noodle soup,vegan laksa soup,malaysian laksa recipe,malaysian laksa,laksa soup,vegan soup,one pot meal,vegan laksa soup recipe
There’s laksa, and then there’s SINGAPOREAN LAKSA. And you guys – what a flavourbomb. Laksa from the Lion City – Katong Laksa –is creamy, funky, spicy and just plain HEAVENLY. And I’ve got the from-scratch recipe to make this Asian classic at home. Rejoice. In collaboration with VisitSingapore #VisitSingapore #PassionMadePossible Get the recipe: 🤍 Subscribe to my channel and press the bell button to get notifications every time I post a new recipe: 🤍 Binge watch a whole bunch of my Asian food recipe videos here: 🤍 Come chat with me on: 🤍 🤍 🤍 And if you're in Australia or New Zealand you can buy my premium, all-natural Asian meal kits! You'll find them in the Asian aisle at these stores: 🤍 For more super tasty recipes: 🤍 ABOUT MARION Marion Grasby is a food producer, television presenter and cookbook author who's had a life-long love affair with Asian food. Marion is a little bit Thai (courtesy of her mum) and a little bit Australian (courtesy of her dad). Marion lives in Bangkok, Thailand and travels throughout Asia to find the most unique and delicious Asian food recipes, dishes and ingredients.
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Laksa is one my favorite soup recipes. Madalas ko itong i-crave lalo na kapag umulan. Kaya today, I’m sharing with you my very simpol homemade seafood laksa recipe. And I made sure na restaurant quality pa rin ito. Try this at home and I’m sure, your family will love it, too. ❤️ Ingredients: Set A 1 stalk lemongrass 2 cloves garlic 1 piece small onion 1 thumb ginger 2-3 tablespoons red curry paste 6 pieces shrimp heads Salt to taste 5 cups chicken stock 1 cup evaporated milk ½ teaspoon turmeric Set B 1 cup Good Life Vermicelli Noodles 1 cup Good Life Egg Noodles Set C 6 pieces fresh shrimps 1 cup Fish tofu 1 egg 1 cup bean sprouts 1 stalk wansoy 1 tablespoon cilantro 1/4 cup cucumber ½ piece white onions 1-2 tablespoons fish sauce Set D 2 lime wedges 2 pcs red chili, chopped Get Php 100off on your Good Life purchase when you buy at Fly Ace Corporation's official stores on Shopee (🤍 and Lazada (🤍 How to claim the voucher codes: For Shopee 1. Go to 🤍 add to cart Good Life products. Minimum spend of PhP500. 2. Upon checkout, enter the code FLYASMPL and get PhP100 off on your total purchase. 3. Number of voucher claims is limited. (Limited redemption) 4. Valid for one-time use only per account. 5. Claiming period is from Sept. 19 to Nov. 19 only. 6. Voucher codes are not convertible to cash. For Lazada 1. Click this link (🤍 to claim the voucher. The voucher will automatically be applied upon checkout. 2. Go to 🤍 add to cart Good Life products. Minimum spend of PhP500 and get PhP100 off upon checkout. 3. Number of voucher claims is limited. (Limited redemption) 4. Valid for one time use only per account. 5. Claiming period is from Sept. 19 to Nov. 19 only. 6. Voucher codes are not convertible to cash. #TasteTheGoodLife #GoodLife
Over 2020 and the current #MCO, many of us found ourselves staying at home and EATING AT HOME way more than we used to. #NyonyaLaksa is definitely one of my personal favourite local #MalaysianFood and yes, even though it may seem slightly complicated to make - I assure you, it's gonna be DELICIOUS. If you liked this video, click LIKE, SHARE and SUBSCRIBE to ShersonLianTV and FOLLOW my socials for more recipes like this! FB: 🤍 IG: 🤍 TW: 🤍 NYONYA LAKSA Part 1: Laksa Paste 🌶️ 1-2 knobs of Tumeric 🌶️ 1 knob of Ginger 🌶️ 10 cloves of Garlic 🌶️ 10 Shallots 🌶️ 3-4 stalks of Lemongrass 🌶️ 2 inches of Lengkuas 🌶️ 15 Dried Chillies (soaked & de-seeded) 🌶️ 6-8 Bird's Eye Chillies 🌶️ 6 Red Chillies (de-seeded) 🌶️ 30g Belacan Part 2: Prawn Broth 🍤 12 Prawn Heads & Shells 🍤 500ml of Water 🍤 500ml of Chicken Stock Part 3: Laksa Gravy 🍲 3 Large tbsp of Laksa Paste 🍲 30g Dried Shrimp (Soaked & lightly chopped) 🍲 Prawn Broth 🍲 750ml Fresh Coconut Milk 🍲 Tofupok (Dehydrated tofu) 🍲 Fishballs Assembly + Condiments 🍃 Bihun (blanched) 🍃 Bean Sprouts 🍃 Shredded Cucumber 🍃 Prawns 🍃 Fishcake 🍃 Finely sliced Daun Kesom 🍃 Finely sliced Bunga Kantan 🍃 Laksa Paste (on the side) _ [SHERSON LIAN - TV Host, Chef & Entrepreneur] Sherson Lian kicked off his TV career with (and still is!) hosting ‘5 Rencah 5 Rasa’ on TV3 Malaysia, a cooking show that has been on air the past 10 years, with 24 seasons and 1500+ recipes and counting! He has also hosted multiple TV shows on the Asian Food Network (previously AFC), including "Amazing Food Challenge; Fun in the Philippines', ‘Great Dinners of The World’, 'Reality Bites' and 4 seasons of ‘Family Kitchen with Sherson’ together with his mum. Sherson Lian is the co-founder of Makhan by Kitchen Mafia, a restaurant in Petaling Jaya, Malaysia and Kitchen Mafia, an F&B solutions company that offers catering, private dining/chef's table sessions and restaurant/menu consultancy among other services. For business enquiries, please contact: Sarah Wong +6016 443 9194 sarah🤍svltan.com
Curry laksa is one of the best-known Malaysian laksas, at least to someone from outside Malaysia! The origin of the name laksa is unclear, although it’s thought to be derived from the Hindi or Persian “lakhska,” referring to the type of vermicelli. Others speculate the name comes from the Sanskrit word “laksha,” meaning “many”, a nod to the spicy soup’s numerous ingredients. It’s also like the Mandarin phrase “la sha” or “spicy sand,” perhaps a reference to the gritty sediment left in the bowl. The many different types of laksa throughout peninsular Malaysia can be split into two main categories: a coconut-based soup, and asam laksa (asam means sour), which is soured with tamarind or asam keping. Curry laksa has a coconut milk base. Compared to similar laksas, it is heavier on curry spices. It’s made by creating a spice paste from onions, chillies, chilli powder, curry powder, dried shrimp and lemongrass. Then coconut milk is added to create a broth. When the broth is poured over softened rice vermicelli noodles, it’s topped with a range of proteins, from tofu fish balls, fish cakes, blood cockles (quite a delicacy and hard to find outside Southeast Asia), plus greens and beansprouts. Curry laksa is popular in the southern states, particularly in Kuala Lumpur and Negeri Sembilan, although different variations can be found across the Malaysian peninsula. You can find it served with egg noodles (mee), hard-boiled egg, long beans, prawns and even a prawn-based broth. Penang has a similar version, called curry mee. Shop name: Restoran Meisek 12, Jalan USJ 14/1k, Usj 14, 47630 Subang Jaya, Selangor 012-550 9340