Typical Food Recipes Singapore Laksa ~ World Food and Drink

Sunday, November 27, 2011

Typical Food Recipes Singapore Laksa

Have you ever tried laksa in Singapore? If not, you should try the famous delicious.
Savory sauce, dried shrimp and spices from traditional. Indeed, the dominant white laksa and noodles, which amplifies the laksa, laksa also add the mussels and shrimp which he said could add laksa delicacy.if not use squid
To increase your appetite, then clams, chicken, and shrimp must first direbus.Cuma 5 minutes to remove the flavor in the meat. Because the smell of clams, shrimp, and chicken will create a sense of calm,


Raw Materials
500g (1 lb) medium prawns
2 cups onions, peeled
20 dried chillies, soften in hot water
1 tablespoon of shrimp / prawn paste)
3 tablespoons dried shrimp, soaked briefly in water to be soft
10 pieces of hazelnut
1 teaspoon of turmeric powder
1 tablespoon roasted coriander powder
2 stalks lemongrass, white part, crushed
4 tablespoons oil
4 cups coconut milk
2 tablespoons salt
1 tablespoon sugar
500g (1 lb) dried rice noodles
300g (about 9 ounces) bean sprouts, soaked briefly in hot water
200g (7 oz) dried glass noodles, soaked hot water and drain

4 fresh red chilies, crushed
salt to taste
1 cucumber, peeled, seeded and thinly sliced
4 meatballs fish fried, sliced
1 bunch leaf (laksa leaves), thinly sliced
100g (about 3 ounces) see hum (fresh oysters), if desired

How to cook
Boil a pot of water and cook until shrimp turn pink. Remove and discard skin when cool and reserve prawns and stock. Blend onion, chili, shrimp paste, dried shrimp and pecans until smooth. Add the spice powder into this paste.

Heat oil in a pot large enough for the gravy. Enter pasta seasoning and add lemon grass stalks, then put a little water to prevent burning, until the oil rises to the surface. Add prawn stock, then add the coconut milk, stirring to prevent curdling, until boiling. Season with salt, sugar and pepper to taste.

Boil water in another pot and put dry rice noodles until tender. Drain and divide noodles in each bowl. Top with glass noodles and bean sprouts.

Garnish with shrimp, chopped fish meatballs, cucumber slices and leaves kesom. Pour the hot coconut milk and serve with mashed chillies mixed with a little salt.


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