Background Mee Krob is a mix of Thai and Chinese dish. Noodles and deep-fried cooking techniques originate in China while its taste and seasoning are Thai style. The dish is seasoned with tamarind juice, palm sugar and fish salt so its blend of sweetness, sourness and saltiness all in one. Finely sliced bitter orange peel is needed and added on the top of the dish, usually served with Chinese chives and fresh bean sprouts. Nutrition facts Rice Vermicelli Noodles,known as Sen-Mee in Thai, contain carbohydrate. The dish provides protein from pork and shrimp, and vitamin C and iron from fresh vegetables. Ingredients 100 grams Rice Vermicelli Noodles 80 grams, mix of bite-sized shrimp and pork 2 cups chopped shallots 1 chopped garlic 50 grams hard tofu, cut into matchstick-size pieces 2 eggs Cooking oil for deep-fry and stir-fry Seasoning: 1 tbsp. of each: vinegar, fish sauce, palm sugar and fermented soybeans Garnish with sliced pickled garlic, bitter orange peel, Chee Fah chilies (spur chilies) and Parsley for garnishing. Serve with Chinese chives and fresh bean sprouts.