Shing-a-ling Pinoy Crunchy Snack!
Shing-a-ling is a favorite Filipino snack in Calamba, Laguna. It’s a local filipino snack made from frying dried thick egg noodles called “miki”. It is so crunchy in every bite and taste good when dipped in spiced vinegar. Back in the old days, it’s a favorite finger food to snack on while watching tv.
HOW TO MAKE A SHING-A-LING
1½ lbs fresh miki noodles
2 cups vegetable oil
1 teaspoon garlic powder
½ teaspoon chili powder
1 teaspoon beef powder
In a small bowl, mix together garlic powder, chili powder, and beef powder. Combine them well.
Sprinkle and rub the mixture evenly on the miki noodles until all sides of each noodles are coated with powder spices.
Prepare a wide tray and arrange the noodles. Do not overlap the noodles to let it dry quickly.
Sun dry the noodles from direct sunlight for 1 day. Make sure to cover the tray with a food screen or cheesecloth on top to protect it from insects and dirt.
How to cook:
Heat enough oil in a shallow pot and deep fry the dried noodles until golden brown.
Serve with vinegar. Enjoy!
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