The Nyonya diet culture inherits the Chinese tradition and has a Malay flavor. Laksa is one of the most representative Nyonya cuisines, one of Malaysia’s must-try snacks.
The protein is cooked and the bean sprouts are rinsed. Rice flour is boiled in water and boiled in the pot for 2 minutes.
From the oil pan into the fresh shrimp, stir fry, and take off the pot.
Add the laksa sauce and the appropriate amount of oil curry to the remaining oil pan of the fried shrimp.
Add boiling water and coconut milk, mix well, boil and add fish sauce
Shrimp, fish tofu, and oil tofu before pouring are seasoned with salt and sugar, then slightly boiled.
Add rice noodles and bean sprouts and cook for a while.
After serving, put the cut boiled egg and scallions to eat.