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Gold Medal Pancit Palabok Sauce with Pork 1 lb

Sauteed Pork in a Fish Sauce of Fish Sauce, Pork Bouillon and Garlic
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Made In:United StatesUnit Qty:1 lbBrand:Gold Medal


What is palabok sauce made of? Traditionally, a palabok sauce is made with shrimp stock, some pork broth, ground pork, and brightly hued from annatto (ahuete/atsuete) seeds. Much like a ragu, but without the tomatoes, the sauce has a base of onions or shallot and garlic

A traditional Filipino noodle dish covered in garlic sauce, sauteed pork, shrimp, and egg.

The taste is peculiar as well. It's slightly salty, more than anything else. But it still lays the perfect stage to showcase the hotchpotch of toppings

Why is palabok called palabok?

It is called palabok because the thin rice noodles are covered with a bright colored orange shrimp-flavoured thick sauce. Aside from the sauce, pancit palabok has a toppings of prawns, wedge cut hard-boiled eggs, chicharon (pork cracklings), flaked tinapa (smoke fish), fried garlic and chopped of green onions.

Note: Palabok sauce contains shrimp and pork.


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