Malaysian Coconut Curry
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Imagine the most delicious, creamy and comforting curry you've ever tasted, Malaysian Coconut Curry more commonly known as Laksa. This combines the best of Malaysian and South East Asian cuisine.
A rich & creamy spicy noodle soup, this dish is influenced by ingredients from Chinese, Malay and Indian culinary ingredients. Laksa is known for its vibrant and aromatic blend of spices, and its creamy coconut milk base. We teach you how to break down the flavours, a meal you will crave time and time again!
RECIPES: (serves 4):
Malaysian Coconut Curry (Laksa) with Chow Mein Noodles
Class Length (approx.): 60 min
Just the class: (you buy the ingredients): Get it now for only $5 (regular price $30)
Don't take our word that you will love this class, this is what happy people are saying!
"OMG, just fantastic!! So so yummy! First time doing a class all along but it was so enjoyable & I feel super accomplished to have made a delicious meal for myself & dinner for my family all over my lunch break! Thanks ladies! -Brennan
Key ingredients: curry paste (with lemongrass, galangal & shrimp paste), coconut milk, fish sauce shrimp & chicken, garnished with green onions, cilantro and lime wedges
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From Client Rachel: "I was so excited to take the laska class but also had my hesitation to serve it to my family for supper. The flavours were amazing and complex, every bite had different notes containing sweet, sour, salty, bitter and umami. The recipe wasn't over the top spicy making it appealing to those in my family that don't tolerate spicy food. My son who doesn't eat curry, went back for seconds.We all enjoyed it very much, served with rice. I can't wait to make it again and serve it with noodles. An amazing recipe to add to my rotation of recipes to make. Thank you ladies for breaking it down to manageable steps to make a full flavour dish that will leave people asking for seconds."