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Prima Taste Laksa Lamian $3.60 + Delivery ($0 with Prime/ $39 Spend) @ Amazon AU

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Experience authentic Singaporean Laksa; a multicultural blend of herbs and spices; simmered together in a delightful coconut gravy that will bring a smile to your face. For a more indulgent meal, add seafood, chicken, boiled eggs, bean sprouts, and fried beancurd.

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  • I really like these.
    Can anyone recommend any of their other flavours?

    • +3

      Nah this is best

      • What’s the difference between this then?

        Except that it contains the additional sambal packet

        • No noodle with the boxed one. The packet one is a ready to go snack once you cook it.

          • @Jimothy Wongingtons: So much difference for about ~$8? It’s just difference having noodles vs having sambal lol

            • +1

              @BargainsGrabber: Not sure haven’t tried the box one. This is perfect for those 2pm work snacks when I’m in the office and I’m still hungry after lunch, or those 2am restless nights

              • +2

                @Jimothy Wongingtons: Ahhh I see, I’ve always buy the box one, but bc I don’t really take the sambal that comes with it, was curious why this one is like 1/3 of the price lol

                Cheers bought 3 prior to sold out for tasting :)

  • +9

    a multicultural blend of herbs and spices

    TIL: herbs could be racists too.

    • I’m Australia they are

  • +3

    This one has dried shrimp and shrimp paste in it. For a vegetarian option, consider Tean's Gourmet Kari Laksa paste

    EDIT: Whoops, Tean's has shrimp too.

    • +3

      Bought Tean's Rendang Paste when it was shared here a few months ago. Delicious.

      Edit: OP laksa on backorder 1-2 months so Tean's may be an option for those who want laksa now.

      Edit2: OP's Laksa contains the noodles as well, so you'd be getting much less paste than with Tean's

    • Is there an alternative without palm oil. Never cooked anything at home with palm oil

      • Ayam Malaysian Laksa Soup paste might be an option, don't know how good it is. I've been told to avoid Valcom, that's about it.

      • Tean's Laksa paste doesn't seem to contain palm oil?

  • Is this a one person serve?

    • +1

      Yes, suggest you add protein + veg for a more hearty meal.

  • I love Tean's Laksa paste. How does this one compare?

    • How many teaspoon do you put in when making Laksa?

  • +5

    Is this worth it for $3.60? Sounds awfully expensive for essentially instant noodles.

    • +1

      It's a bit more 'premium' than most.. but agree.. the price is exorbitant

    • worth it, I normally add meat/seafood/tofu, veggies and eggs enough for 2 portions!

      • -1

        Worthwhile comparison to restaurant Laksa?

        • +1

          Jesus, complaining about $3.6 then asking if it compares to restaurant quality.

          • @PuntyBrah: I've never had it before, can't I ask how it taste?

  • Delivery says Tomorrow for me but also says 1-2 months dispatch. So if I order am I getting this tomorrow or nah?

  • +1

    Worth it, the best instant noodles i've tried

  • -3

    Damn, could not wait until tomorrow to woollies, instead, I cooked a pasta macaroni with pure butter, distilled tomato sauce, 3 cents cheese sticks, onions, garlics, herbs, rendered ginger, and lots of guns. Yummy. Key words are pure butter, and distilled tomato souce.

    • No roadkill? That ain't proper sketti honey boo boo!

  • +6

    This is the best instant noodle, but don't follow the packet's instructions to boil the noodle with the broth from the seasoning packets exactly. Instead, take a cue from how they do it in restaurants. First, boil the noodles separately until they're cooked, then transfer them to a bowl. Next, cook the seasoning paste and coconut powder in new water until it boils. Finally, pour this broth over the noodles in the bowl.

    By doing this, the starch released from cooking the noodles won't thicken the broth excessively. Boiling the noodles with the broth makes the broth excessively thick, to the point where it becomes too heavy in taste.

    • I didn't know that restaurants serve these instant noodle packs. Thanks for letting me know.

    • Consistency and taste don't correlate.
      Also, thickish broth is proper.

      • +1

        Here's the video from Prima Taste that shows how to prepare the enhanced version of these instant Laksa noodles. In the video, they recommend boiling the noodles and the broth separately, and then pouring the broth over the cooked noodles.


        Laksa's broth is thick because of the coconut milk, not due to the starch in the noodles.

        Every laksa restaurant pours the broth over freshly cooked noodles, rather than cooking the noodles in the broth.

  • +1

    Mie goreng is 50cents. Can eat 3 and you will be full

    • Gonna need like 10 cans of solo after for the hard earned thirst (from the msg)

      • +1

        It’s probably the copious amounts of sodium rather than the msg

    • +1

      If it's just about fullness, just eat half a loaf of bread.

      • Thanks for the idea. Tomorrow's dinner sorted!

  • +3

    The wholegrain version has won 8 years in a row on ramenrater.com - I agree too the chewier noodles in the wholegrain version make it - Wilk be sure to take @sorasora advice on the next cook
    I grab a marinara mix from aldi and fry it off before adding to these laksas - Also some red onion and green onion to chuck in at the end… Bloody amazing meal

  • Usually dispatched within 1 to 2 months now…

  • +8

    Lol the nutritional info is for 'half packet'. Ridiculous, who is eating half a packet.

    • +1

      Antman only eats a quarter pack.

  • +1

    OOS? Can't add to cart.

  • Oos

  • i am curious why people tend to get stuff from amazon if woolies is selling it with the same price? at least you can collect the everyday reward points plus whatever junk woolies usually gives you with a $20 purchase :D

    is it the free delivery?

    • +2

      Laziness and exploit the subscription they pay for.

    • +2

      My two local Woolies never have it in stock

      • 3 out of my 4 local Brisbane stores have stock.
        Just rang store I bought 14 from last Deal - they have 23 in stock. As they told me - the most in the area.

        • my two local woolies have a very high asian demographic, i wonder if that has something to do with it…

          • +1

            @Jimothy Wongingtons: That store has low Asian demographic, more "aussie working class". So they sell few (except to me). Staff were curious & asked me how to cook them. It's my go-to store for hard to find items on sale.

            Could be it's popular in your area & sells out. Plus it's been on sale for last week.

            Local stores with high Asian demographic show stock, but likely few packets left. Last time staff member helped me find the 3 packets shown on computer - down back of shelf.

            Off to pick up my supply of at least 10 @$3.24 each with 10% discount.

            Happy eating😋

    • +1

      Convenience and sometimes you get a little extra discount via S&S (offsets Flybuys/EDR rewards points I guess)

    • I can order immediately, I save time as i don't need to collect it and I'm guaranteed to get it and not find out that the particular ww is oos or doesn't range it. Plus the woolies in my area are in annoying locations.
      Would you go to ww for 1 item? I just wouldn't bother.

      • I'm guaranteed to get it

        guaranteed? My Amazon order was cancelled last Deal…

        So rang local Woolies to check stock level (14) & bought 14 packs @$3.24ea using free first month 10% Rewards Extra discount & paid with Rewards points.

        Would you go to ww for 1 item? I just wouldn't bother.

        Not for 1 packet. That would be crazy😜
        Was doing regular grocery shop there with 10% off & bought 14 packets.

        As now OOS, am shopping there tomorrow. Will buy more @$3.24ea.

  • Aww OOS, missed it

  • Check Woolies Last day of sale tomorrow.

    After 6 days on sale, some of my local stores are now out of stock, or from previous experience - may only have a couple of packets. Can ring store to confirm approximate stock level.

    Bought 14 packs $3.24ea at a Woolies when was on sale in August Still have 5 packs left.
    Used free first month 10% Rewards Extra discount & paid with Rewards points.

    $20 for 20 pack of Spicy Bibim Men - Korean cold noodles is still available. Noodles + spicy Korean sauce sachet.
    Bought a carton in Brisbane on Saturday.

  • They're $3.29 each at Zetciti supermarket (whole bunch at the Wentworth Point branch)

  • -5

    I'm in Malaysia now.

    Can get a freshly made Laksa with fresh ingredients and meat for $AU3-4 at local Hawker stalls.

    Malaysian Laksa > Singaporean Laksa

  • Still on sale $3.60 @Woolies
    Ring store to confirm current stock level.
    Bought 15 at local store yesterday. 8 left at that store.

  • you OzBargain people really seem to love this Laksa

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