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Thursday, May 20, 2010

Pancit Bihon


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No occasion is ever special without it and i am talking about Pancit. This dish was introduced to the Philippines by the Chinese and has been part of Filipino Cuisine since then. The term Pancit was derived from Hokkien- a traditional Chinese dialect - pian i sit which means " something conviniently cooked fast". The noodles itself represents long life and good health, no birthdays party should be without.

Ingredients

Pancit Bihon or Canton
Chicken- cuts into cubes
Green beans
Carrots
Cabbage
Celery
Onions
Garlic
Cooking oil
Soya Sauce


Saute Garlic and onion until luminous and add the chicken. Cooked until golden brown. Put the rest of the ingredients as you do your stir fry and set aside. In separate wok, boil 1/2 to a liter of water and soya sauce ( as to your liking, saltinesswise) and add the noodles. Once cooked add the stir-fry vegetables and mix.

21 comments:

  1. Sarap ng pancit mo, daming sahog na gulay!

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  2. Eng, just had my lunch but am getting hungry again, your pancit bihon looks so yummy, I don't think I can make my bihon look so yummylicious like that.

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  3. Mukhang crunchy pa yung green beans... I like that. Pancit is very delicious if the veggies are still crunchy.

    My FTF entry is now up, too! If you have time, you can visit it HERE. Happy weekends!

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  4. yum...i'm going to try & make some of this tomorrow.

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  5. Pansit bihon is my fave pancit, yung mag ama ko naman pancit canton ang gusto :-)

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  6. your pancit is mouth-watering! with ice cold Coke, hay solved na!

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  7. your pancit bihon looks so yummy, I don't think I can make my bihon look so yummylicious like that....

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  8. The noodles itself represents long life and good health, no birthdays party should be without....

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  9. Saute Garlic and onion until luminous and add the chicken. Cooked until golden brown. Put the rest of the ingredients as you do your stir fry and set aside.

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  10. Wow, the pancit looks heavenly. Nakakagutom!

    For those vegetable lovers, pleast try and visit my entry:

    [url="http://nathalie-myownrecipe.blogspot.com/2010/05/food-trip-friday-veggie-fiesta-medley.html"]Veggie Fiesta Medley[/url]

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  11. Wow that is a yummy one and i love it. Happy FTF!

    Mine is here

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  12. just love bihon.....happy weekend!

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  13. Korek ka jan sis... Birthday ko na sa Monday and I will cook pancit so I will have a long life.. Have a great weekend!

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  14. Healthy and yummy, all rolled into one delicious feast for the senses. Thanks for the recipe

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  15. Uy I love pancit too!! Lalo na if may seafood na halo.. :)

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  16. mmmm! looks so "lecker" (sarap) Engtot! :) pansit bihon yan ang pagkaing Pinoy! ;)

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  17. Looks so delicious, and simple enough for me to try making this dish. Thanks Eng!.

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  18. guess what we're having for dinner tonight, eng?:) because rog happened to walk past the pc earlier today while i was reading your blog on pancit, he said he's making me some tonight!! i'm thrilled of course coz pancit bihon is on my list of favorite foods. so thanks to you, eng, we will have a yummy dinner of pancit in a few hours:) dave and ysa are indeed blessed to have a wife and mommy who is also an awesome cook. on top of that, you rock as a photographer, eng!! i love the pancit picture. the details are so clear that i can almost taste it:) thanks for sharing!

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  19. indeed... no birthday party without pansit... hehehe... and yours look so yum!!! MINE'S HERE

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  20. Hi i feeling very hunger i want to eat this martial all is very testy looking.

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  21. My kitten is a very finicky eater and has gotten very sick of Whiskas pouch food for cats and kittens. What is a tasty and satisfying food for him? Its getting frustrating because he's rejected the pouch food, and I went out and got him some Science diet canned kitten food. He's rejecting that. The only thing he's been eating is dry Whiskas kitten food, but I haven't been able to get him to eat any wet food. What should I do?

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