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    Question Need recipe for Pancit

    This Filipino dish is delicious. I have lost my recipe and it has been such a long, long time I need a refresher.
    I used a recipe from all recipes but I'm disappointed. . . So I'm searching other places and hope someone on here has a tried and true one they will share.
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    This is how I learned to do itl Once you made it it will come back; cook garlic, onion a little thyme and tarragon in the wok, add snap peas, carrots, chicken (or shrimp) that has been marinated with soy,, add chopped cabbage and cook a little before adding cooked noodles. Happy eating.

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    Quote Originally Posted by misspriss View Post
    This is how I learned to do itl Once you made it it will come back; cook garlic, onion a little thyme and tarragon in the wok, add snap peas, carrots, chicken (or shrimp) that has been marinated with soy,, add chopped cabbage and cook a little before adding cooked noodles. Happy eating.
    That sounds yummy......

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    What kind of noodles, Asian?

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    I have not tried this recipe but will be soon. It is as I remember it at parties in California. I know you could substitute beef, chicken or shrimp (or a combo).

    https://pinchofyum.com/filipino-pancit

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    This stir-fry version is more what I had in mind and serves only 4 instead of 12-16 (party size) in the recipe above. I was unable to delete my first post. Rice noodles are very expensive where I live so I will use cooked thin spaghetti. I never use MSG as I am allergic.

    http://www.geniuskitchen.com/recipe/...-pancit-400884
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    I learned to make it from my Filipina sister-in-law. Not really a recipe but a method.
    Soak the rice noodles and then cut into smaller pieces.
    Then you can use whatever meat or seafood you desire. Chicken, pork, shrimp or a combination of any of these. Just saute it.
    Same with veggies. Carrots, peapods, whatever and of course cabbage. Saute these.
    Put it all together with noodles and season with soy sauce.

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    Don't forget this one;

    CHICKEN KELAGUEN

    INGREDIENTS:

    5lbs chicken, BBQed and chopped
    1 onion, chopped
    4 green onions, chopped
    hot pepper, to taste
    6 lemons or 1/2 bag lemon powder
    salt, to taste
    crushed pepper, to taste
    freshly grated coconut

    DIRECTIONS:

    In a large bowl add your chicken, squeeze your lemons (or lemon powder) and salt. Mix thoroughly and when satisfied with flavor add in rest of ingredients; mix well. Then enjoy with rice or titiyas. I could eat this all day.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Needles View Post
    What kind of noodles, Asian?
    Rice noodles Bihon. They are very thin threads.
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    Quote Originally Posted by LavenderBlue View Post
    This stir-fry version is more what I had in mind and serves only 4 instead of 12-16 (party size) in the recipe above. I was unable to delete my first post. Rice noodles are very expensive where I live so I will use cooked thin spaghetti. I never use MSG as I am allergic.

    http://www.geniuskitchen.com/recipe/...-pancit-400884
    I saw this recipe late last night. Thanks for sharing!!!!

    No Bihon noodles where I live so I will look on Amazon or look for them next trip to Phoenix.
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    A small package of rice noodles here is $4!!

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    This is exactly how I make it. Learned from my Filipino choir director years ago.

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    Thank you so much for the recipe. I am going to surprise my room mate when she gets home since she always talks about her aunt making it. I had no idea what it was. I even have everything in the kitchen.
    If you always do, what you have always done, The results never change. Change is the wings you give yourself.

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    everything will be MASARAP delicious! no matter what ! Million recipes Million taste! Like million AMERICAN MILLION DIFFERENT hamberger!

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    Quote Originally Posted by appleblossom View Post
    everything will be MASARAP delicious! no matter what ! Million recipes Million taste! Like million AMERICAN MILLION DIFFERENT hamberger!
    What is MASARAP?
    If you always do, what you have always done, The results never change. Change is the wings you give yourself.

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