laksa

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laksa

(ˈlæksa)
n
(Cookery) (in Malaysia) a dish of Chinese origin consisting of rice noodles served in curry or hot soup
[from Malay: ten thousand]
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50 Malaysian ringgit, one can enjoy a medium bowl of asam laksa.
Another delicacy of Malaysia is the Asam Laksa, a noodle soup with many variations.
The Penang Asam Laksa features thick rice noodles in a spicy and sour fish broth perfumed with Bunga Kantan (Ginger Flower) topped with pineapple, cucumber, onion, chilli and mint in a tasty prawn paste.
Some of the more well-known dishes of Malaysia are Nasi dangang, Asam Laksa, Asam Pedas, Nasi Goreng, Satay and Keropok Lekor.
This activity has stimulated awareness of and interest in local food like asam laksa, chendul, fried noodle, Hokkien mee and fried kway teow, which have become popular domestically and internationally.