🐟🥥 About The Dish:
Penang Siamese Laksa is the coconut-based broth cousin of the Penang’s Asam Laksa. It is known as “Lemak Laksa” to the locals, which appropriately translates to Creamy Laksa. Despite having mostly the same ingredients, the broth’s coconut base has its spice paste sautéed, thus bringing out more fragrance and making it a little richer, creamier, less spicy and less tangy than the Asam Laksa.
⚠️ WARNING: This product contains shrimp paste (belacan).
👨🍳 Taste: Savoury, thick, rich, coconuty. A bit fishy.
🍽️ Serves 3-4 portions.
Keep refrigerated after opening. Lasts 18 months.
❌ No preservatives,
❌ No MSG,
❌ No food colouring and flavouring.
✔️ A guaranteed healthy food.
Store in cool, dry place. Keep refrigerated after opening.
🍳 How To Cook:
1. Boil 350ml of water. Then, add in 200g of mashed fish meat (suggest mackerel, tuna, or canned sardine but discard its tomato sauce).
2. Pour in this paste and bring to a boil.
3. Switch off fire. Add and mix in 50g of coconut milk (santan).
4. Serve ❤️
✨ Tips: Adding shrimp paste is highly recommended for extra taste!