Laksa with shrimp balls

Now, 'Shrimp Balls' might sound a bit odd, but when you think about it, minced meat is also just, well, minced meat. A beefsteak cut into pieces. It's even less odd when you know that you can get these delicious balls on every corner in Asia. Finally, when you know this recipes takes only about 12 minutes to make, you will be thanking us afterwards! 
Laksa is a spicy noodle dish popular in Southeast Asia. Laksa consists of various types of noodles, most commonly thick rice noodles, with toppings such as chicken or prawn. 


- Yellow Curry Coco broth
- 200g shrimps - frozen or fresh
- 3 tablespoons of panko/bread crumbs
- 100g spinach
- 50g soy sprouts
- 150g noodles  
- Toppings: cilantro, chili flakes


Boil some water to cook your noodles in. Cook them according to the packaging. 

In a small blender, mix the shrimps until they have the look of a paste, then add the panko and some salt. Form small balls of the paste you have made. Of the 200g I made 10 balls. 
Add some olive oil (or sesame oil if you have it) in your pan and fry the shrimp balls for about 4-5 minutes on a medium heat. 

Meanwhile, cook your Brouillon. 

Put your noodles in your bowl, add the heated Brouillon, add the spinach and soy sprouts. Top off with some chili flakes and cilantro. 


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