Laksa is a flavourful noodle soup that is popular in southeast Asia. This soup has its origins in Malaysia where it is made coconut milk, spices, rice noodles and chicken or tofu or veggies. Laksa is very popular in the Indian state of Assam and the recipe has evolved to suit the local cuisine and palate.
Here, the chef makes this broth with coconut milk and adds Basa fish pieces to it. The aromatic spicy, zesty, tangy soup with tender pieces of fish is a bowl of goodness.