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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. ...

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Asian Sweet and Sour Pork

Asian Sweet and Sour Pork

...  thick batter, but your results may vary, so add water carefully. Dip the pork pieces into the batter and allow any excess batter to drip off. Only batter enough pork to fry about one layer in the pan. If you have leftover pork, simply fry it in a separate batch. Carefully place the batter pork into the oil and fry it until it is golden. You can keep the batter from sticking to the bottom of the pan by holding the pork in the oil, but above the bottom of the pan for a few seconds. Place the fried pork on a plate with paper towel to let the oil drain. In the meantime, you can sauté the red and green peppers in oil, using a frying pan or wok. Sauté until softened. Then add the sauce you set aside earlier and the pineapple and bring to a boil over medium heat. In a small bowl, whisk together the cornstarch and water. Add this mixture to the sauce and keep stirring until fully combined and thicken. Then stir in the fried pork and your dish is ready. Serve sweet and sour pork over rice or with chow mein ...

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