Laksa is a spicy noodle soup usually distinguished as either curry (coconut milk, prawns, chicken) or Asam (fish and tamarind). Although the dish’s origins came from Malaysia, its popularity is most notorious in Singapore wherein the laksa is viewed as an icon in their street food culture.
Get your passports ready because we’re bound for a food adventure of a lifetime! Read on as we give you the lowdown on preparing Singaporean laksa the Filipino way. This Singaporean laksa with bangus chunks not only leaves your taste buds satisfied but also you get the best of both worlds.
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