Laksa Beef Fried Rice

It was cold and rainy and windy last night, and we had zero motivation to go out for dinner. Searching around the kitchen cupboards, I found a packet of Prima Taste “Laksa Fried Rice” sauce, calling out to me.

Using some leftover beef from a couple of days before, I whipped up a quick and easy dish that smelt and tasted just like home. It was not the beef, but the taste of laksa, combined with a fried rice recipe, that transported me back to the sunny island of Singapore that I call home.



1) 1 small onion
2) 1 clove of garlic
3) 1 1/2 cups of long-grain white rice
4) 500g of cooked beef or pork or chicken slices (I used beef because that was what I had in my refridgerator)
5) 1 packet of Prima Taste “Laksa Fried Rice” sauce
6) 2 tablespoons of light soya sauce
7) 3 eggs


1) Cook  the rice, and then leave it to rest for a while as you prepare the other ingredients
2) Chop onions and garlic finely
3) Saute onions and garlic in a wok until onions are transparent
4) Add in beaten eggs into the wok, and scramble them
5) Add in cooked white rice and stir well till evenly mixed
6) Mix the “Laksa Fried Rice” sauce with 4 tablespoons of water and add to rice, mixing well
7) Add in cooked beef/pork/chicken slices and stir well
8) Serve hot, garnished with parsley or spring onions

Onion and garlic:

Chopped garlic:

Chopped onions:

Saute onions and garlic in wok:

Until onions are transparent:


Beat the eggs:

Add eggs to the onions and garlic:

Scramble the eggs in the wok:

Add in cooked white rice:

Prima Taste “Laksa Fried Rice” sauce:

Mix sauce with 4 tablespoons of water:

Add to rice and stir well till evely mixed:

Cooked beef (you can use any other type of cooked meat):

Add in beef slices to rice in wok:

Stir well:

Piping hot Laksa Beef Fried Rice (Garnished with chopped parsley)!

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  1. gracelimsaifong says

    I would also want to add some red cut chilli (in strips) to compliment the parsley garnish to give the dish a vibrant and inviting color.


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