Palabok Cornstarch Sticks 454 gr
Palabok corn starch noodles can be compared to Bihon Noodles, only slightly thicker. These noodles are delicious in combination with, for example, the Palabok sauce.
Palabok Cornstarch Sticks
These noodles are perfect for the traditional Filipino Palabok dish. Palabok is a noodle dish with a shrimp sauce and topped with boiled shrimps, boiled pork, finely ground Chicharon, fried tofu, spring onions and fried garlic.
How to prepare?
- 1 bag of Mama Sita's palabok mix
- 750 ml of water
- 227 gr Palabok Noodles or Rice Noodles (Bihon)
- 45 ml Oil (3 tablespoons)
- 30 gr Pressed garlic
- 125g Coarse piece of picked fish (e.g. smoked mackerel)
- 2 liters of water
- 30 ml Oil
- 45 g Deep fried garlic
- 125 gr Picked boiled chicken
- 15 gr Spring onion cut
- 15 g Chicharon or Shrimp crackers Roughly crumbled
- 30 g Lime or Calamansi slices
- 2 pcs hard boiled eggs
- Possibly Fish Sauce (patis)
- Dissolve the Mama Sita's Palabok mix in 750 ml of water
- Fry the crushed garlic and add it to the sauce with half of the plucked fish
- Bring it to a boil and keep stirring well
- Reduce the heat and let the sauce simmer until thicker
- Remove it from the heat and set it aside
- Bring 2 liters of water and 2 tablespoons of oil to the boil and add the noodles
- Cook the noodles briefly until cooked
- Drain and rinse the noodles with water
- Mix the noodles with 1 tablespoon of oil to prevent the noodles from sticking
- Place the noodles on a platter, possibly with a banana leaf.
- Pour the sauce over the noodles and garnish with boiled egg slices, roasted garlic, plucked chicken, chopped spring onions, plucked fish, crushed chicharon or prawn crackers, lime or calamansi slices.
- Serve with fish sauce (patis) if necessary.
Also known as: Cornstarch noodles, maisnudeln, maïs-mi, nouilles de maïs, Special Palabok
Country of origin: Philippines
Content: 454 gr (16 Oz)