The year of 2013 ends with this post... Another post on cooking spicy fishballs, which you can make for under £5!
A lot of people (like me) still like spicy fishballs, so coming back from Hong Kong, I wanted to make some spicy, very spicy, EXTRA SPICY fishballs like the ones in Cheung Chau. So I went to one of my local Asian supermarkets, bought some Malaysian laksa curry paste (which you can find in most Asian stores), fried fishballs (all Asian stores sell this) and I also some coconut water from a local convenience store... Just 3 ingredients!
|Malaysian Curry Laksa Paste|
|Fish Stick... I had some left|
|Prepared the fishballs|
In goes the curry paste into a pan of boiling water... I used the whole packet to get the really spiciness of it all.
|Laksa paste in the pan|
Next I added the coconut water (about half the can) and also the fishballs. The coconut milk is to make the laksa less spicy.
|Fishballs and coconut water is in the pan|
Boiled for 10 minutes or so... Lower the temperature if you've made too much
|Boil, boil, boil|
They should float to the top.
|Fish balls and fish stick will float to the top|
Then scoop them out.
|And serve... VERY SPICY!!|
Phwoooor... Extra spicy it is!! Drink the rest of the coconut water whilst eating this, it will cool you down. ^_^
Use the remaining laksa soup base for noodles or cool down and refrigerate and re-use again!!
Hope you all have a spicy New Year's Celebration with this (if there's still time to make this and if you have the ingredients, heheh!!)