I have been holding on the preparation of Assam laksa because of 3 herbs and 2 of which create the distinctive flavour as compared to other laksa. These three herbs are laksa leaves (daun kesom) , torch ginger (bunga
Since I started my blog about a year ago, I have blogged quite a number of Sarawak cuisines and I will add as and when I have blogged about new Sarawak cuisines. Some of these cuisines are uniquely Sarawak
I loved eggs. Be it poached, fried, boiled, braised I liked it. My kids loved eggs, be it poached, fried or boiled, they loved it any forms. My whole family loved eggs, we fight for eggs, fried rice will
On 2-August 2013,
Today, we are having Siamese Laksa for dinner.
First of all, I have to clarify that Siamese Laksa is different from Mee Siam, another common noodle dish in Singapore and Malaysia.
This noodle dish
UPDATED POST ON 16-2-2015 – Update with another set of images since i cooked the dish today.
On 22 July, 2013, white rice served with:
Korma Vegetable and Chicken (蔬菜及鸡肉科尔马）
Blanched Ladies Finger （青烫羊角豆）
- Chinese Cabbage (Napa) Soup ( 大白菜汤)
On 30-May 2013,
White rice served with:
|1.||Sarawak Laksa Chicken||砂朥越辣沙酱鸡|
|2.||Pak Choi with Oyster Sauce||耗油上海青|
|3.||Three mushrooms chicken soup||三菇鸡汤|
Today, I have tried to use the home cooked Sarawak laksa
Like any other Sarawakians, I am proud of our own version of laksa, Sarawak Laksa. It will not do Sarawak Laksa any justice if I did not do a detail post on Sarawak Laksa. In fact, Sarawak laksa