INGREDIENTS:Bihon Noodles: Rice, flour and corn starch.
Flavor Pack: Salt, monosodium glutamate (MSG), sugar, starch, artificial shrimp and seafood flavor, spices.
Oil Pack: Palm oil and fried onion oil.
Vegetable Pack: Dried vegetable mix.
A real Filipino treat, sarap ng tunay na pacit palabok! And it's so convenient - cooks in only 2 minutes!
Cook bihon noodles and vegetables in boiling water for two (2) minutes.
Drain bihon noodles and vegetables well. Arrange on a plate.
Add flavor, oil and tinapa / chicharon mix to noodles and mix well. Add calamansi
Serve plain or garnish with your favorite toppings for a delicious and filling meal.
COMPANY INFORMATION:Zesto Corporation
Novaliches, Quezon City
Metro Manila, Philippines
SOURCE: Food Label
UPDATED ON: 9/1/2005
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