Coconut Curry Seafood Laksa Recipe | Malaysian Food

Here’s how to make a ridiculously tasty seafood coconut curry Laksa. This Malaysian soup is one of my favourites and combines a premade Laksa paste with fresh ingredients.

2 tsbp of vegetable oil
1 Litre of Water and/or Chicken Stock
200 Grams of Laksa Paste or Malaysian Instant Curry Paste
2 Eggs
10 Fish Balls (Any Variety)
1 Cup of Chinese Eggplant (1/2 eggplant chopped)
100 grams of Tofu Puffs
1 Can (400 ml of Coconut Milk)
1 Cup of Spinach (Thick chinese type preffered)
250 grams of Prawns
1 tsp of Sugar (To Taste)
Fish sauce (to taste)
400 g of Laksa/ Rice Noodles or 1/2 Eggs Noodles.
Bean sprouts for garnish
Cilantro/Green Onions for garnish.

1. Put a large pot of water on heat to bring to a boil. Boil washed eggs for 6 1/2 Minutes, then remove and run them under cold water to stop cooking.
2. Add oil to a large wok or pot on medium high heat, and fry curry paste for 1-2 minutes, making sure the paste doesn’t burn.
3. Add noodles to hot water, and remove when soft. Run under cool water to stop cooking. Set aside.
4. Carefully add Chicken stock and/or water. I went with about half and half. Add fish balls, eggplant, and tofu puffs. Cover and bring to a boil. Add coconut milk, mix and let cook till eggplant is soft. 5. 5. Add prawns and spinach, and cook till prawns turn red. Don’t over cook. Add sugar and fish sauce to taste.
6. Place 1 serving of noodles in bowl and pour soup over top. Garnish with peeled and sliced egg and fresh herbs.

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MistHavik says:

you should also do cooking shows on twitch

Summer Gan says:

You are so well acquainted with Malaysian food! So glad you enjoy our food:)))

Sexy Funny Kitchen says:

Marlon we just made a Laksa Burger on our channel, you gonna love it for sure 😀

ShifaqKarim7 says:

1 of over 100 versions! xD

HueBearSong says:

For the coconut extract, what do you use. And also could we possibly use one that has a lower extract percentage but add less water or something along those lines.

Yummy Yummy - Asian Khmer Foods says:

That’s nice cooking I Liked and Subscribed you !

Vincenzos Plate says:

I always order Laksa from the restaurant but never made it at home.
Looks easy and fun to make

Karolina Yun says:

Hey Marlon ! You curry recipe looks totally good. I tried this recipe already and I am quite sure this is one of best curry I ever had. I have an idea ! Why don’t you post your recipe and video on ? I am sure many people would like to try out your recipe as well 🙂 Cheers !

Kirul seorang Periyang says:

quaestion why i search a recpy noodle soup from my countr why its always a eglish peaple

Melissa Munoz says:

looks amazing! thank you!

Maybe Soon says:

As an Asian. I approve

celsiustheory032 says:

Your framerate is choppy.

MistHavik says:

nice you deserve more subs

TaylorwoodGaming says:

Tried this recipe without fish sauce. The soup lacked in flavor quite a bit without it, so it’s a must have. I’ll add more stock next time and more salt I think.

Is there any alternative to eggplant? Both my girlfriend and I ended up hating the mushyness of the eggplant, which wasn’t all that bad since we just picked it out haha.

Liked the recipe, but could definitely improve on it next time I think. Thanks Marlon!

youngbadass on the beat says:

looks good

Neptuned910 z says:

Hey you think kale would be a good choice to try?!

Henry Yeoh says:

I miss curry laksa and asam laksa so much!

michael abao says:

oh my god marlon this looks so good!

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