Malaysian Laksa Masterclass

Learn to cook the most delicious laksa from scratch in the fun and interactive online cooking class.

Duration: 90mins
Suits: seafood & spice lovers; gluten intolerant
Options: vegan & gluten free

As part of the class we will make the prawn stock and laksa paste. We’ll then cook the laksa soup together and I will demonstrate how to assemble the perfect bowl for when you’re ready to eat. It’s a meal that’s sure to impress your friends and family when you next have them over! A vegetarian option is possible (using vegetable stock) – the taste will be different and still yummy. The laksa soup freezes well so you can make a big batch and eat it again later!

The detailed ingredients list will be provided at time of booking.
Harder to find ingredients include: prawns, galangal, lemongrass, dried chillies, tofu puffs and shrimp paste, but alternative ingredients will be provided.
Other ingredients: chicken stock, chicken, coconut milk, onions, garlic, ginger, beansprouts (or cabbage), noodles, eggplant and fresh coriander.

NEXT CLASS – North America

Sun 21st Feb, 6pm EST / 3pm PST
USD 24 or CAD 30 per household, 90min class
Note: the currency on Eventbrite is in AUD. You can pay by credit/debit card. If you prefer to transfer in USD then please contact me below and I can provide my USD bank details.

Note: if you’re based in Australia, this class takes place on Monday 22nd Feb at 10am AEDT

Direct link to the Eventbrite listing if there are issues with the booking form below

Register your interest in future Laksa classes

Published by nonnachong

A lover of food and how it unites us!

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