Laksa is a spicy soup with satisfying noodles. Laksa is a staple in Singapore and Malaysia, with small variations according to the country. In fact, each region is known for their own special twist.
The noodles, known as rice noodles or rice vermicelli, add another dimension to the soup, which is generally made with chicken, prawn or fish, and served spicy.
Because of the variations available, it’s hard to pinpoint exactly where Laksa and Laksa Noodles originated. As such, if you visit Penang, Malacca, Singapore or Jakarta it’s highly likely you’ll find different variations of the dish when ordered.
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There are thousands of delicious recipes that use Laksa noodles, and which ones you prefer will likely depend on which region’s preparation is your favourite.
In general, there are two main types of Laksa:
But there is plenty of room for innovation when it comes to Laksa Noodles. For example, why not try Chef Eric Teo’s take on the traditional dish with his Chilled Laksa in Miso or Braised Laksa with Wawa Cabbage?
Laksa Noodles really are a delicious addition to many meals. And thanks to Kang Kang Noodles, laksa dishes have never been easier to prepare. Discover where to buy Kang Kang Noodles through our easy store locator here.