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Delicious Laksa Recipe, Happy 2012!

Hello everyone, we from RecipeeWorld.com would like to say Happy New Year 2012! we hope you’ll like the recipes we have provided so far and thanks for visiting us, hope that in this 2012 we’ll be even better. For the starting recipe in 2012 we would like to share Laksa Recipe, a common Malay dish that commonly can be found in Singapore, Malaysia and Sumatra Island of Indonesia. we hope you’ll like it.

Servings for 4


  • 4 pcs of chicken meat, combination of upper and lower parts of the chicken feet
  • 1.000 cc of chicken broth
  • 250 cc of coconut milk
  • 800 grams (1,76 lb / 28,2 oz) of rice noodle
  • some bean sprouts
  • 2 roasted chicken eggs
  • some roasted shrimp
  • a few of thai basil leaves
  • the dish will be served with broth, for the broth use a mix of 500 cc of coconut oil and 750 cc of chicken broth


  • 50 grams (1,76 oz) of minced of french shallot
  • 4 cm (1,5 inches) of turmeric
  • 6 pieces of galangal
  • 2 lemongrass
  • 1 ½ tablespoon of dried chili powder
  • 10 pieces of candlenut
  • 1 teaspoon of shrimp paste
  • 1 ½ tablespoon of coriander powder
  • 2 tablespoon of ebi (soaked in warm water first for easy grinding)
  • 60 cc of water


  • start with boiling the chicken until cooked then set aside
  • heat up some oil and saute the condiment until they smell very good, then pour in the chicken broth, boil
  • add in the coconut milk
  • if you like you can add some salt
  • serve the laksa while warm with the rice noodle

The laksa wouldn’t be complete without a special sauce, here’s how to make the laksa sauce


  • 5 big chillies
  • 1 tablespoon of dried chili powder
  • 1 teaspoon of shrimp paste
  • 60 cc water
  • 3 tablespoon of cooking oil for saute
  •  ¼ teaspoon salt
  • ¼ teaspoon sugar


  • Grind and mix the big chillies, chili powder and shrimp paste until they’re perfectly blend
  • heat the oil and sauté the chili mix. Add the salt and sugar. cook them for 5 minutes with small fire until the oil seperates
  • set aside and ready to be mixed with the laksa