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laksa sarawak

takde nih tak jadik mak!
nih sume kena celur dulu
the gravy in action
yaahh we are back with another recipe puan2 & tuan2 which is laksa sarawak. it all started when i stayed together with a sarawakian. i'm an ardent fan of noodles so this recipe indeed is very good. its more or less like the curry noodles except there's a special paste for the laksa sarawak.

i have been getting the supply from my sarawak friend. tak pernah lagi la jumpa at the supermarket in klang valley nih! oohh ya heard there's a newly opened sarawak cafe somewhere in jln conlay kot. mebbe ada jual kat sana try la carik!

WWWWWrm7.90 tau satu bowl kat laksa shack!

or else pepayah sgt pegi je lah laksa shack (murah sket sini) or kalu ada duit lebih pi la try kat mejaaku cafe maju junction.



bhn2 (main):
1 pkt mee hoon/rice vermicilli (dicelur dlm air panas)
1 pkt laksa sarawak paste
kiub ikan bilis
chicken parts (potong kecil/dadu)
air (should use santan pekat)

bhn2 (garnishing):
taugehWWWWWWWW} (dicelur)
tauhu pokWWWWWWQ}
telur dadar (hiris halus)
daun sup

- masukkan bawang, kiub ikan bilis, ayam, paste & santan into the periuk
- masak atas api hingga mendidih & masukkan garam
* ini versi maleh sbb the real laksa tuh ayam dia carik abaden bila la nak siap hehehehhe
- then celur the other stuff
- u can also add fish ball, udang, lobak asin, kacang panjang, limau kasturi, cili potong (as long as its not in the gravy)
- happy trying


The Sarawak Laksa

Sarawak is famous for its Sarawak Laksa, a local Chinese-style vermicelli dish served hot with chicken and egg shreds, prawns and beansprouts in a bowl of spicy coconut soup cooked with tamarind. This version of laksa is very different from the curry laksa found in other Malaysian sates, thereby proclaiming the uniqueness of the Sarawak Laksa. This delicious yet cheap meal (RM 2.00-3.50 depending on size) is a favourite amongst the locals, and is eaten as breakfast or as a light meal throughout the day. However, you will find that most stalls stop selling laksa by noon. Laksa is conveniently available in hawker stalls or coffee shops as well as restaurants.

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