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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

A Little Taste of Asia: Curry Mee Laksa

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Course: Soup
Cuisine: Asian
Prep Time: 8 minutes
Cook Time: 28 minutes
Total Time: 36 minutes
Servings: 6
Calories: 214kcal



  • This recipe & the Laksa Paste recipe can be found in 'A Little Taste of Asia'. Buy Now,
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Serving: 245g | Calories: 214kcal | Carbohydrates: 6.1g | Protein: 15.3g | Fat: 14.4g | Saturated Fat: 8.6g | Sodium: 271mg | Sugar: 4.7g

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 😍🥰😘🤩🥳 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 😂). Every time I cook it I am reminded of how proud I am of what I can achieve with my thermy and authentic flavours 🥰

Love Nik xx


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