Laksa is a spicy Malaysian soup that you can find all over South East Asia made with coconut milk, rice noodles and either fish or meat. The name translates as ‘10,000’ or ‘many’ – depending on who you listen to – on account of the high number of ingredients.
There are numerous variations of this dish but can be found in Malaysia, Thailand, Indonesia and Singapore.
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