Lee Fah Mee Instant Rice Vermicelli Sarawak Laksa 80g x 4's
All the way from Kuching, Sarawak
One of the many must-try local foods if you visit Malaysia is the Sarawak Laksa - a favourite dish of the world-renowned chef, Anthony Bourdain. Anthony Bourdain was known for his love for Sarawak Laksa, which he claimed as ‘one of the foods served in heaven’ or 'breakfast of the gods'. In fact, Sarawak Laksa is in the Top 10 wish list of Anthony Bourdain's food market in New York.
Laksa is generally a Malaysian dish of Chinese origin, consisting of noodles or rice vermicelli with chicken, prawn or fish, served in hot spicy soup.
Sarawak Laksa was simply named after the Malaysian state of Sarawak, situated on northwest Borneo island. Sarawak Laksa is a popular breakfast choice for many locals in Sarawak.
Check out our recipe here: https://www.savourofasia.com.au/blogs/recipes/sarawak-laksa-recipe
Vermicelli: Rice Flour
Laksa Paste: RBD Palm Oil (contains antioxidant E319), Laksa Paste (contains peanuts (5%), sesame seeds (2%), Mustard seeds (2.5%)
Seasoning: Curry Powder (contains fish), Artificial Chicken Flavour (contains gluten & soybean), Salt, Monosodium Glutamate (E621), Chilli Powder, Sugar
Coconut Cream Powder: Contains sodium caseinate (milk derivative*)
*Less than 10% by dry weight
WARNING: This product contains peanuts and soybean
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