The common ingredients that make up Lobak are thin, translucent beancurd sheets and strips or coarsely ground pork seasoned with five-spice powder. Variations come in the form of add-ins like green onions, water chestnuts, bang kuang (jicama), and sometimes even shrimps.
Lobak (Five-Spice Meat Rolls) are best eaten warm with sweet chili sauce. Sliced cucumber is often served as a “cooling” counterpoint to these “heaty” and yummy meat rolls.
- 7 pieces of meatroll 400g