Laksa Paste by Lambaian Rizqi Resources (450gm)


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Laksa is a fragrant Southeast Asian noodle soup with a rich, coconut-infused broth, diverse toppings, and a balance of sweet, savory, and spicy flavors

Laksa is a popular and flavorful noodle soup dish that originates from Southeast Asia, particularly from countries like Malaysia, Singapore, Indonesia, and parts of Thailand. It’s known for its rich and aromatic broth, chewy noodles, and a variety of toppings. Laksa comes in different regional variations, but it typically consists of the following components:

1. Broth: The heart of laksa is its flavorful and aromatic broth. The base of the broth is often made using a blend of spices and herbs such as lemongrass, galangal, turmeric, ginger, garlic, and chilli peppers. Coconut milk is usually added to the broth, creating a creamy and slightly sweet element that balances the spices. The result is a rich and fragrant soup base.

2. Noodles: Laksa is traditionally served with noodles, which can vary depending on the region and personal preference. Common noodle choices include thick rice vermicelli (known as laksa noodles), rice noodles, or egg noodles. The noodles are cooked and added to the soup just before serving.

3. Protein: Laksa is often prepared with a variety of protein options, such as shrimp/prawns, chicken, tofu, fish cake, or a combination of these. The protein is typically cooked within the broth and adds substance to the dish.

4. Toppings and Garnishes: Laksa is usually served with an array of toppings and garnishes that enhance both the flavour and visual appeal of the dish. Common toppings include bean sprouts, hard-boiled eggs, fresh cilantro (coriander) leaves, lime wedges, and fried shallots. Additional chilli paste or sambal may be provided on the side for those who prefer a spicier kick.

5. Regional Variations: Different regions have their own unique variations of laksa. For instance, Penang laksa from Malaysia is known for its tangy and fish-based broth, while Singaporean laksa tends to have a milder coconut milk base. Laksa can also range in spiciness, with some versions being quite fiery due to the inclusion of chilli peppers.

Laksa is cherished not only for its vibrant flavours but also for its ability to bring together a harmonious blend of spices, textures, and colours in a single bowl. It reflects the diverse culinary traditions of the Southeast Asian region and is a dish that continues to be beloved both locally and internationally.

1) Fish
2) Blended chilli
3) Onion
4) Shrimp paste
5) Salt
6) Torch ginger
7) Dried tamarind slices

How to cook:-
1) Add the laksa paste to the heated oil
2) Add 2 packets of water (measure using a paste packet)
3) Ready to eat


1) Portability
2) Convenience
3) Time-Saving
4) Beginner-Friendly
5) Limited Waste

Weight 0.45 kg
Dimensions 17.5 × 5.5 × 26.5 cm


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