Michelle's Laksa

Recipe for Michelle's Laksa

1 kg cooked laksa noodles -blanched and drained
1 kg grey shell prawn- remove shell,devein and blanch,slice half
200 g cooked skinless chicken breast - shredded(optional)
2 pieces fish cake - sliced
300 g beansprouts - boiled(optional)
4 pieces taupok - sliced
8 hard boiled eggs- slice half
1 cucumber - peeled and shredded( optional)
Daun kesum (laksa leaves)- washed and finely shredded
1 Litre low fat milk(or coconut milk)
1 cup water
1 1/2 dsp unsaturated oil
Dried Coriander leaves( for garnish)

A) Grind into paste
30 dried chillies
10 small onions
12 buah keras( Candlenuts)
2 stalks daun kesum( Vietnamese Mint) - Laksa leaves

(B) Grind coarsely
1 cup dried prawns - soaked
1/2 dsp belachan (shrimp paste) - roasted

Useful tips:
Soak dried prawns for at least 10 minutes and rinse to remove some of the dirt and salt.
To prevent milk from curdling, bring to boil over low heat.

Heat oil and fry ingredients (A) until fragrant. Add ingredients (B) and fry for 1 to 2 minutes.
Add water and taupok and simmer gently for 10 minutes.
Stir in milk and cook over low heat for another 5 minutes.
Pour gravy over laksa noodles and serve with beansprouts, prawn, shredded chicken, egg, taupok and fish cake. Add daun kesum and cucumber as desired. Garnish with chillies and dried coriander leaves.
Enjoy- best serve hot

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