Ipoh Laksa Paste
Ipoh Laksa Paste
Best dish in the world - Soup base to make your own laksa (chinese for spicy slush), one of the most iconic dishes in the world. A robust, highly spiced noodle soup with intricate flavours and fragrant broth. With Malaysian inspiration of coconut milk.
Cuisine: Malaysian, Singaporean, Peranakan(10th century Chinese immigrants to the Malay Archipelago)
Attributes: Intensely savory, rich, spicy, zesty, indulgent, Gluten Free
Best Served: Make your own laksa
Best kept: Refrigerate after opening
Delivered: Ready to eat
About Kopi Thyme:
Sara and Tao Yee left their jobs in the biotech and food science industries to launch Kopi Thyme. "Kopitiam" is a type of traditional coffee shop in Southeast Asia, where their grandparents first shared the passion for food over coffee and breakfast. Now Sara and Tao Yee are sharing with the world the same powerfully flavourful food of Southeast Asia.
Onion, High Oleic Sunflower Oil, Water, Chilli Peppers, Lemongrass, Fermented Dried Shrimp, Salt, Sugar, Distilled Vinegar, Mushroom, Mushroom Extract, Fish Sauce, Spices, Corn Starch, Natural Flavour.
Note: Maybe prepared in facilities that also process common allergents like nuts, seeds, seafood, etc.
How to make Ipoh Laksa traditionally:
- Suggested noodles: vermicelli, lo mein, rice noodle
- Recommended toppings: chicken, shrimp, tofu or fish ball
Add 200mL coconut milk and 750mL water, and cook for 8-15 minutes on high heat. Add broth to toppings and noodles. Garnish with green onion, mint, bean sprouts and boiled egg.
Serves 2-4 people.
Other ways to use:
Hotpot, fried noodles/rice and stir fry.