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January 21, 2004




problem now is how to get u the paste. :p


You wouldn't happen to have a recipe for it? Maybe I can get the ingredients here. I'm planning a trip to Leipzig sometime in the next future and there's a quite well stocked asian food shop there. Please? :-)


oohh...now that I don't know. the laksa paste itself seems to be a trade secret.

but how about doing a chinese steamboat with your chicken stock? it's something like fondue but u're using chicken stock instead of oil. just throw in anything into the pot and let it boil away. it's a mongolian dish but popular in asia. it's a great family meal and cheap to do as well.

when i was overseas, we used to use the rice cooker. the hot stock goes in as well as veggie, slices of chicken meat, fish, prawns, fishballs, mushrooms, lettuce, green veggie and bee hoon. cover the rice cooker and let it boil. then we opened and serve in bowls and eat with rice.

search for steamboat in mum2. some pics there. :)

an improvised version would be to use a small stove and big pot on the table.


Wena, thanks for the tip. Might do it next time we have guests, sounds like a great "sharing" dish!

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