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    Default Chicken Laksa recipe..

    Hi everyone. I need a tried and tested chicken laksa recipe.. there are SOOO many on the internet but i rather try one that someone has used and know will turn out nice ..

    TIA!

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    I have a great one. On way to work now so will post tonight. I've made it with seafood and/or chicken.

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    LAKSA
    1 med onion
    2 tsp sesame oil
    1 tsp each garlic, ginger, chilli (chilli is optional)
    1 lemongrass stem (or 1 tsp finely grated lemon rind)
    1 TB macadamia nuts, finely chopped (or 1 TB peanut butter)
    Few strands of saffron (or 1 tsp turmeric)
    1 tsp ground coriander
    750ml fish or chicken stock
    1/2 cup coconut milk
    2 cups pre cooked hokkein noodles
    Seafood or chicken if you like
    Vietnamese mint or spring onion for garnish

    Peel and finely chop onion.

    Heat sesame oil in large wok/pan.

    Add onion, garlic, ginger, chilli. Gently cook for fee minutes.

    Crush lemongrass stem and add (or rind or I've used stirs bought lemongrass in a jar).

    Add finely chopped nuts (or peanut butter; I've always used the peanut butter option).

    Add saffron or turmeric, ground coriander and stock.

    Add chicken if using, chopped up thigh/breast would be best.

    Simmer 20 mins.

    Add coconut milk (I usually use mire than half a cup, I usually chuck in whole can!).

    Put pre cooked noodles in bowl and pour soup over.

    Garnish with leaves and extra chilli if you like it hot.

    I've made this one loads of times and it is very delicious! I often use fish or prawns rather than chicken which need less cooking. I often use the substitutes as they're hanging round the pantry more frequently and it's still a winner.

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    Thanks heaps babymay!!! Will let you know how it turns out

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    Ooh thanks!


 

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