Pancit Palabok Jollibee style
Pancit Palabok Recipe
If you’re fond of eating in Jolibee or even in any small food stalls and food courts, you will definitely encounter a dish named Pancit Palabok.
Palabok which means garnishing and pancit sprinkled with fried shrimp, tofu, crushed chicharon and chopped green onion leaves – combined tino one to make such a delicious dish preferred by many Filipinos for their snack because of its rich flavour and satisfying taste. It is a famous type of dish that was influenced by the Chinese who are fond of eating noodles as their main dish or snack.
To better understand how to prepare and cook this type of dish for your next snack or meal, follow the recipe which is shown below:
You will need:
1 pack noodles/ bihon
1/2 teaspoon black pepper (ground)
1 tablespoon annatto powder
2 tablespoon cooking oil
2 tablespoon fish sauce
6 tablespoon all-purpose flour
1/2 pound ground pork
3 cups pork broth
1 piece shrimp cube
For the sauce/toppings:
¼ cup green onion or scallions (chopped)
½ cup chicharon (crushed)
½ cup smoked fish/ tinapa flakes
½ cup cooked shrimps (boiled)
1 cup boiled pork (cut into small and thin slices)
2 pieces fried firm tofu/ tokwa (cut into cubes)
2 pieces hard boiled eggs (sliced)
6 pieces calamansi (sliced)
3 tbsp fried garlic
How to cook:
1. Let the noodles/ bihon be soaked in bowl filled with water for about 10 to 15 minutes. Strain and set aside.
2. Pour some cooking oil into a frying pan and if it’s hot enough, put the ground pork and stir for about 5 minutes.
3. In a separate bowl, pour in the annatto powder and the pork broth. Stir and add the mixture into the frying pan. Let it boil.
4. Add shrimp cube and continuously stir while adding the flour from time to time.
5. If the sauce is already thickened, add some fish sauce and black pepper. Set aside.
6. Pour water into a cooking pan. Let it boil for about 5 to 10 minutes.
7. Put the soaked noodles earlier into the boiling water and let it cook for about a few minutes.
8. Remove the water and strain it.
9. Place the noodles into a plate and pour the sauce into the top of the noodles.
10. Sprinkle some sliced hard boiled eggs, shrimps, smoked fish flakes, crushed chicaron, calamansi and tofu for more appealing finish.
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