ONLINE LEARNING How To Make Authentic Laksa From Scratch | Recipe | Asian Cooking by TeachersConnect April 10, 2018, 10:04 am 21 Comments How to make an authentic laksa lemak (coconut laksa) from scratch, including how to make the paste. For the full recipe follow the link: How to Make an Authentic Prawn Laksa source See more Previous article Уроки по Scratch. Делаем игру “Атака Зомби” на Скретч (часть 2) Next article Mythical Hunters 2 from scratch to 0.0.1.1 21 Comments Leave a Reply Normally the vietnamese mint and prawn oil are cooked together in the soup. Reply Well made. Shown it in a very simple process. Reply have you tried penang laksa? seems like an acquired taste. got hooked awhile back 🙂 Reply One of my favourites from Malaysia. It would be cool if you could do a nice rendang or a nyonya style chicken curry;). Reply Awesome recipes!! Thank you Adam. Reply Looks like childhood to me. Thanks Adam:) Reply So soothing a video.. Thanks! Excellent work. Reply Although it looks good it's too long winded. Also it sounds like a very strong flavoured laksa and I am not keen on some of the paste ingredients but I supposed that's traditional of its origin. It's a recipe not quite easily replicated by ordinary home cooks, like me I guess. But thanks for sharing as always Adam. Reply Looks absolutely amazing! Reply For those of you looking for a recipe for the Sambal Belacan recipe, searching for it on the "Meatmen cooking channel" yields a pretty authentic looking recipe. Reply Never heard of this kind of laksa tbh, looks more like a curry noodle. But anything cooked from this channel is amazing as always! 👍👍 Reply As a Masterchief, your channel deserves more subscribers! Keep it goin Adam! Reply Make Laksa Sarawak next 😍 Reply Magical Reply that is delicious.. Malaysian Ramen 😄 ( I know it's a Laksa, but as a Ramen lover, I see anything with soup and noodles as ramen ) I miss the Flavour of Laksa Reply The laksa looks truly amazing! Super yummy.☺ love your videos.. Reply Just found your channel a couple weeks ago and I think you deserve a bigger following. Your content is very high quality and enjoyable. Keep up the good work. Reply oh wow! going to make this from scratch for sure, looks delicious and not too spicy like I thought it would be! Reply That was amazing to watch 😮 thanks for sharing the recipe Adam :)) Reply so much flavor! Reply Looks amazing, I’m so hungry! Reply Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website Sign me up for the newsletter!