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Curry Mee Laksa – this Nyonya (Malaysian/Chinese fusion) Laksa would have to be one of my favourite foods of all time, with its complex and spicy coconut curry soup. Unfortunately for me, it has always been a ‘sometimes’ food thanks to the oil, egg noodles, dumplings and sugar used.

With the grain free noodle substitution and reduced fat content – it is now a regular healthy Thermomix recipe in this house!

You can find this Curry Mee Laksa Thermomix recipe in the cookbook ‘A Little Taste of Asia’. This Laksa has developed a bit of a cult following with its own obsessed subset of Skinnymixers and is often compared to the Laksa found at the Darwin Parap Markets.

A Little Taste of Asia

I happen to think it’s as good as the Laksa I had in Malaysia, because it isn’t overly sweet and super healthy!

The low carb option with wombok noodles is my favourite!

If you like your Laksa a bit on the spicy side, you might like to make some Sambal Oelek to go with it!

Sambal Oelek Thermomix Recipe
Sambal Oelek – homemade chilli paste to add a little heat to your Laksa!
thermomix laksa
5 from 1 vote

A Little Taste of Asia: Curry Mee Laksa

Prep Time8 mins
Cook Time28 mins
Total Time36 mins
Author: Skinnymixers
Recipe type: Soup
Cuisine: Asian
Servings: 6



  • This recipe & the Laksa Paste recipe can be found in 'A Little Taste of Asia'. Buy Now,
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Nutrition Facts
A Little Taste of Asia: Curry Mee Laksa
Amount Per Serving (245 g)
Calories 214 Calories from Fat 130
% Daily Value*
Fat 14.4g22%
Saturated Fat 8.6g54%
Sodium 271mg12%
Carbohydrates 6.1g2%
Sugar 4.7g5%
Protein 15.3g31%
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2000 calorie diet.

Curry Mee Laksa with Smoked Chicken

Winning! I found some Malaysian Curry Mee Laksa paste in my freezer.

Searching my freezer and finding a single portion of laksa paste is 😍πŸ₯°πŸ˜˜πŸ€©πŸ₯³ many of my recipes are designed to make multiple batches so that you can cook a delicious meal with little effort.

I had a spare lonely chicken thigh from dinner last night, so while the Curry Mee Laksa was cooking, I rubbed it with an activated charcoal rub & then using Grant Neal’s technique I smoked it in my Traeger at 350f / 176c until it reached an internal temp of 165f / 74c. The addition of the smoked chicken & the method on how to cook it was INSANE.

Both the laksa paste & the Curry Mee Laksa are found in A Little Taste of Asia.

Inspiration for this recipe came from my extensive research on laksa while travelling through Malaysia (read: I ate a LOT of laksa πŸ˜‚). Every time I cook it I am reminded of how proud I am of what I can achieve with my thermy and authentic flavours πŸ₯°

Love Nik xx


  1. 5 stars
    This is such an amazing recipe. Its quick, delicious and low mess! Everything a busy human needs in a meal.

  2. Love that this recipe is so versatile by adding in different vege at the last step. We had carrot and broccolini in it the last time I made it. It is even better the next day too!

  3. Made this tonight after hesitating for so long OMG wish I had made it sooner. Like always absolutely delicious. Nik you are a genius πŸ˜ƒ

  4. Made this tonight and it was beautiful. I served it over steamed cabbage to cut down on carbs delicious did not miss noodles. All your recipes are divine which makes it hard to pick a favourite. Many thanks

  5. Just so delicious, will be a regular in our house. I had mine with a tsp of sambal oelek (Skinnymixers) and it had just the right amount of kick for me. Having a supply of Laksa Paste in the freezer is just so convenient. All of my family love it!!

  6. The curry mee laksa is a new favorite in our house. I was unsure about the chilli heat but once i tasted it the fusion of the flavours came together in my mouth. The chilli was just enough of kick that it was divine !!!! Yum yum !!

  7. Master 8 is a fan of food with what he calls “flavour”. His idea of foods with flavour include savoury, spicy, and experiences with heat.
    Niks Laksa ticks all these boxes!
    Unfortunately, when we now dine out and he orders a Laksa, he’s disappointed and asks me to remind him not it order it out again, as its ‘just not the same’ as home made.
    Big hit in our house.

  8. So easy to make and love that the Laksa Paste does a few meals. Tastes amazing, we did it the traditional way with egg noodles. Loved every mouthful and prawns and chicken cooked to perfection.

  9. Absolutely love it. Easy to make have the paste in freezer for easy access. The flavour is awesome. A real favourite in our house .

  10. First time cooking Laksa. Ever! Absolutely delicious…beautiful presentation. I love that the paste recipe makes 4 batches!

  11. This was one of my very first Skinnymixers meals and it still blows me away every time I have it! Once the paste is made this is a quick, easy, filling meal. Definitely worth a try, even if its not something you would normally try!

  12. Omg. This recipe has me hook, line and sinker! I have not enjoyed another laksa since making this one. We did ten dried chillie which creates a noticeable warmth and tonsil tickler! Another regular in the house! Nom nom nom!

  13. Yum yum yum
    We went with only 5 dried chillies but its still packs a delightful punch. Have done it both with prawn/chicken and as seperate ingredients and it works just as well.

    We often have it without the noodles and its just as filling. ..and the next day it just keeps getting better.

    The convenience of having the paste in the freezer means its a quick meal no matter our time constraints

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