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Friday, March 26, 2010

Food Trip Friday 023: Malaysian laksa



I missed last week's Food Trip Friday and I'm coming back with a vengeance! *lol* Yes, check out my FTF entry:



... an authentic laksa from Sophia's Kitchen somewhere near the Sorya Mall along the back alleys. Served in a large bowl, the laksa is packed with lots of fried tofu (my favorite!), mushroom, boiled egg, clams, and a dollop of chilli all swimming deliciously in creamy and spicy coconut milk. I was a little disappointed because they used rice noodles instead of the usual yellow egg noodles but it was nevertheless heavenly. Tasty and very filling. I mentioned "authentic" because  the owner of this canteen-style kitchen is from Penang, Malaysia where laksa is one of the popular local fares. What's more, it comes with a free dessert and bottomless tea for only $3! What a bargain!

Happy first anniversary, Food Trip Friday! Many, many thanks to Mommy Willa for creating this wonderful meme. My eyes feasted on yummylicious dishes featured every week from different countries and most of all, I get to borrow other food trippers' recipes and try it at home. Thanks to everyone! Now, on to our second year...

14 comments:

Cacai M. said...

I guess that's yummy though if I eat that one, it will be my first time.. thanks for sharing..

Here's My FTF #17 and an FTF 1st Anniversary Greeting by the way should you like to visit me for my entry. See yah.. :)

Sreisaat said...

Hi Cacai! I just did and I left a comment =) I'm now craving for your pork liver stew! *drools*

Clarissa said...

Your entry laksa is new to me but you can't stop me from drooling from it!Why not?Coz it has a fried tofu and of course it's spicy.I'm beginning to love the foods there in Cambodia!!\(^0^)/

lui said...

wow! looks so appetizing z! that's when we had hainanese chicken? kain tayo ulit dun. super cheap diba?

mine's up too.. Crab Curry

Sreisaat said...

Clarissa, yes, you should come here! Andaming authentic international cuisines dito sa Phnom Penh. Imagine the choices - Lebanese, Chinese, Italian, French, Indian, Spanish, Indonesian, Malaysian, Russian, Filipino, Japanese, Korean... name it, I'm sure we have it here! What's more, cheap lang!

Cecile said...

for some reason di nag appear ang comment ko dito, kaya eto uulitin ko :-); laksa is what i miss most when it comes to malaysian foods...lived in Malaysia before i got married.

January said...

authentic hmmm I wonder how it taste... hehehe..pahingi kaunti..

Pizza

luna miranda said...

that looks glorious, sistah! i had laksa 2 weeks ago, sobrang nakakabusog!

Sreisaat said...

Cecile, I didn't know you lived in Malaysia! I love laksa so much talagang kinarir ko na matutunan ito.

January, it's curry noodle soup... so it's creamy and spicy at the same time. Masarap siya! S

Luna, di ba? Bondat ka na sa isang serving lang because it's so filling. Hayy, dighay! *lol*

Chie Wilks said...

this surely tastes yummy...just by looking at the photo make me drool

http://chuchieskitchenadventure.blogspot.com/2010/03/food-trip-friday-8.html

♥Willa♥ said...

This is the reason why I'm always excited for FTF because I always discover something new each week like this one and yeah, I did try so many recipes thru FTF bloggers. :)
Happy Weekend!!

Mumsy said...

Yummy..delicious!

Cheerful said...

sarap, sarap naman Z...:) K's one of many favorites...

tigerfish said...

Very lemak! like what they say in Malay. Rich in coconut milk!