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Palabok Recipe (Filipino Rice Noodle Dish)

Palabok Recipe (Filipino Rice Noodle Dish)

...  Needed: 1 pack bihon or rice noodles For the sauce: ¼ kilo ground pork 1 tbsp annatto seeds (soaked with 3 tbsp water) 5 tbsp cornstarch (dissolved in water) 2 pcs onions minced 1 head garlic minced 2 pcs shrimp cubes 2 tbsp patis or fish sauce 2 tbsp cooking oil Ground pepper to taste 1 cup water For the toppings: Pork chicharon or cracklings, crushed or grounded Cooked shrimps (without shell) Hard boiled eggs sliced Calamansi or lemon sliced Tinapa flakes or smoked fish Marinated fried pork sliced in small pieces Toasted garlic Directions: Soak the rice noodles for 5 to 10 minutes. After soaking, boil some water and put in the rice noodles for 2 to 3 minutes. Drain and set aside. For the sauce, heat the oil in a sauce pan. Put in the garlic and toast until it turns light brown. Remove the half toasted garlic from the oil. Set aside. In the same pan, put in the ground pork and cook for 5 to 8 minutes over a low heat. Add the toasted garlic and the onion, sauté together. Add water, shrimp cubes and the water from the soaked annatto seeds. Let it boil. Pour the diluted cornstarch and mix until it thickens. Add the fish sauce and ground pepper to taste. Remove from heat. On a serving plate, put in first the cooked bihon or rice noodles. Put the sauce on top of the noodles. Garnish and arrange the toppings over the sauce. Serve with the sliced calamansi or lemon. Enjoy your ...

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Sinampalokang Tilapia (Fish with Tamarind Soup)

Sinampalokang Tilapia (Fish with Tamarind Soup)

...  Needed: 1 kilo of tilapia fish or any fish 1 cup of sampalok or unripe tamarind fruit 4 cups of water 1 thumb of ginger sliced 1 bundle of onion spring cut in 1 inch length 2 pcs of green chili finger 2 pcs of tomato sliced 2 pcs of eggplant sliced 2 tbsp of patis or fish sauce Salt and ground pepper to taste Directions: In a wok, put in the water and sampalok or unripe tamarind. Let it boil for 2 to 3 minutes. Add ginger, tomatoes, onion spring and chili. Put fish sauce, salt and ground pepper to taste. Then, add the fish and eggplant. Simmer for 3 to 5 minutes or until the fish is cooked. Remove from heat. Serve the sinampalokang tilapia while it’s hot. ...

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Arroz Caldo (Filipino Style Rice Porridge or Congee)

Arroz Caldo (Filipino Style Rice Porridge or Congee)

...  Needed: 3 cups of glutinous rice or sticky rice 1 cup of ordinary rice 4 tbsp of garlic minced 2 pcs of onion minced 2 knobs ginger chopped 2 pcs of chicken broth cubes ½ kilo of chicken, cut into small pieces 6 tbsp of fish sauce 10 cups of water 3 tbsp of cooking oil 5 tbsp of safflower (kasubha) Salt and ground pepper to taste For toppings: ½ cup of spring onion minced ½ cup of toasted garlic 5 pcs of hard boiled eggs sliced Calamamsi juice or lemon juice Directions: In a big bowl put in the sticky rice and ordinary rice, and then mix it. Wash with running water using a big strainer. Drain and set aside. In a big wok or pot, heat the cooking oil. Sauté the garlic, onion and ginger and add the chicken. Simmer for 5 to 8 minutes over a low heat. Put in the drained mixed rice and sauté together with chicken for 3 to 5minutes. Add the water and chicken cubes; let it boil and cook the rice for 20 to 30 minutes in low heat. Stir occasionally to avoid sticking the ingredients to the pot. Put the fish sauce and the safflower to add more flavor. Add salt and ground pepper to taste. Simmer for another 3 to 5 minutes. Remove from heat. Place on to a serving plate; put the toppings on top, the sliced hard boiled eggs, toasted garlic, minced spring onion and calamansi juice. Serve hot and enjoy! If you want to toast the garlic, just prepare your minced garlic with a pinch of salt. Fry it in cooking oil on very low heat until it turns golden brown and the texture is crunchy. Drain and enjoy ...

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Vegetable Chow Mein Recipe

Vegetable Chow Mein Recipe

...  this recipe is a veggie-based, your favorite meats can certainly be added. Whether you want boneless chicken, strips of beef or shrimp, you can add them to this recipe quite simply. Chow mein is a very versatile recipe and you can even substitute or add veggies if you prefer. This recipe makes about 8 side dish servings. Ingredients Needed: 1 – 14 oz package of chow mein noodles 1 tablespoon soy sauce soy sauce 3 tablespoons fish sauce 1/2 tbsp sesame oil 2 tablespoons vegetable oil 1 julienned carrot 1 teaspoon crushed ginger 1 teaspoon crushed garlic 1 cup coarsely chopped bean sprouts Cooking Procedure: Start by preparing the noodles, according to the package directions. Rinse and set aside. While the noodles are cooking, you can prepare your sauce. Combine the soy sauce, fish sauce and sesame oil in a bowl and set aside. In a wok or large skillet, heat the vegetable oil over medium heat. Add the julienned carrots, ginger and garlic and sauté until the carrots have softened. Now add the cooked noodles, the sauce that you set aside. Stir until heated through. Add the bean sprouts and cook for a few minutes ...

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