Pancit Palabok

This is my version and improvised pancit palabok. I know for sure most of my kababayans know about this food. Pancit palabok is made up of rice noodles, shrimps, crushed or ground pork rind, hard-boiled egg and fresh minced green onion. Adding some spices and vegetables, I also cooked it with garlic, onions, ginger and bell pepper sometimes. Sad to say, I don’t have any tinapa (smoked fish) flakes everytime I prepare it.

Here is my homemade Pancit Palabok. I am thinking of cooking pancit tomorrow. I will see if I have time to prepare it.

Pancit palabok are rice noodles cooked in anato seeds, usually served with hard-boiled egg, chicharon, spring onions, and kalamansi.



5 Responses to “Pancit Palabok”

  1. Tetcha Says:

    Your Pancit Palabok looks delicious! I have a confession to make. I haven’t tried cooking pansit dishes before, only pasta dishes, and one of these days, I would love to whip up something like this for my family. Here’s my FTF entry:

    I hope we can exchange links, too. Thanks!

  2. MC Says:

    Heaven naman yan! Ang sarap, picture pa lang! 🙂

    Sending some love from FTF.
    Flavor Your Life

  3. Luna Miranda Says:

    that looks sooo good! i love pancit palabok and i have never cooked it at home. i don’t know how! LOL i usually get my palabok at Red Ribbon.

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  5. wifetoalineman02 Says:

    yum…looks very delicious, am drooling 🙂 Dropping some love for Food Trip Friday, hope that you can visit me back too


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