Thai Laksa

Posted in Food on February 28, 2015

These are my favourite flavours and staples in our kitchen. Coriander, mint, lime, tamari. Add to almost anything and you get instant freshness and taste! This is such a quick dish, light so good on summer nights, yet also warming, so can be great in winter too!!

Serves: 3/4


3 red chillies, seeded

4 spring onions, chopped

2 cm of chopped ginger

3  garlic cloves crushed

1-2 bunches coriander

2 large lemongrass stalks white part only chopped

1 TBSP coriander ground

2 tablespoons of tamari

1 handful of mint

1/4 cup of water


2 TBSP coconut oil

2 litres of veggie stock

1 tablespoon of coconut nectar

1 tin of coconut milk

4 Kaffir lime leaves

1 cup of snow peas

1 packet of kelp noodles

1 lime

Half a bunch of coriander to serve .



1. To make the paste put all the laksa paste ingredients in a processor and blitz for a few minutes until its as smooth as you will get.

2. Warm your pot and add coconut oil and the laksa paste for a few minutes. Then add the coconut milk, the veggie stock, lime leaves and tamari, cover and simmer for 10 minutes.

3. Then add the snow peas. I leave them until last as I like them crunchy and fresh.

4. Serve with kelp noodles, coriander and a squeeze fresh lime.


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