Saturday, March 10, 2007

Tean's Gourmet Curry Laksa Paste


Finally I tried the well talk about Tean's Gourmet Curry Laksa! It is indeed very good, like Malaysian curry mee. I didn't have the yellow noodle, so I used the instant noodle as substitute. It came out just as good with beehoon. I also added the crispy prawn chilli for extra kick as suggested by Ray. You can buy both of these at myTasteOf Asia.com. I know I will certainly order more when I ran out of these items.


This is how the package looks like. Oh, I used 1200ml of water and 200ml of coconut cream as opposed to 1500ml water and 150ml of coconut milk as suggested.


This is the yummy crispy prawn chilli.

10 comments:

Anonymous said...

I've tried this and this two items are definitely keepers in my pantry. Authetic and so good.

aiknhoon said...

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Flower said...

Curry laksa looks so delish. Might try and cook it and invite KLChang and friends for lunch.

Ray said...

Hi Ching..

The original link wasn't working, the correct link is www.myTasteOfAsia.com.

Also, myTOA is now selling Delimas products which are the same as Tean's Gourmet products - both from the same manufacturer and same ingredients.

http://www.mytasteofasia.com/advanced_search_result.php?keywords=delimas

Little Corner of Mine said...

Hi Ray,
Noted and fixed it. :)

Anonymous said...

If you're going to use yellow noodles, you may as well not eat laksa at all. Yellow noodles in it is plain wrong.

Little Corner of Mine said...

Haha Anon, sorry I found your comment to be funny because there is no right and wrong to what kind of noodle one wanted to use. If you never try it, how did you know it is not good? I can put kway tiao noodle in laksa too, who knows I might create a new laksa sensation serve with kway tiao? In M'sia, it is always served with yellow noodle or bee hoon or both. As long as it tasted good, who cares what kind of noodle is in it, oh yeah, probably just you.

ris said...

im living in Poland. Do u know where i can get this laksa paste? Can i 'import' them? please email mee with this info. (cool blog btw)

Little Corner of Mine said...

Sorry ris, I don't know where you can get it. You can try to write to the manufacturer if you want to import it.