HAHA! Like real.
I bought this instead.
This takes care of the gravy I need for my Laksa.
Prima Taste's Ready-to-Cook Meal Kit is really good especially for cooking dummies like me. I've cooked Mee Siam with this kit too, and I saw there were other local dishes such as Chicken Curry available too.
This Laksa kit includes...
Laksa Pre-mix... Not sure what's really inside....
They even pre-packed Sambal Chilli!
And even a pack of dried Laksa leaves!
Cooking laksa is now almost as easy as cooking maggi mee! (:
So here goes....
First I had to empty the Laksa Premix into a pot of water. And it looked like this...
Hmmm... This premix must be a dried powder form of coconut milk...
Next, stir in the Laksa paste, and now it looked a little better!
Next up... Boil!
Then I dumped in my ingredients (not provided in the box of course!) of fishballs, sliced fishcake, hard-boiled eggs and taupok. Cook some more.
In the meantime, I blanched the thick white noodles in boiling water.
And then guess what?
MY LAKSA IS DONE!!!
Isn't it AMAZING???
Here's my pot of the gravy with the abundance of ingredients... for 2 persons to eat! I believe I will be dumping alot of leftovers later.
I also prepared a simple healthy fruit salad using Fuji apples, seedless grapes, canned peaches as well as yoghurt.
A very good yoghurt brand I found in the supermarket is Alive. Delicious and smooth tasting. And the flavor I chose to use for the salad today is the Apple and Pomelo. Nice!
So presenting today's dinner to you...
Jared should have no complains about 'Domestic Bliss'. (((: