How do they make it? Pancit Canton, Philippines.

You cook right? There’s a ton of ways to make your eggs in the morning. Or if you don’t eat eggs, how do you make your tofu? I’m sure you like your eggs a certain way.. everyone has their preferences of over-easy, scrambled, with our without ketchup.. right? So I’ve decided to document & share with you a dish from each country I visit of the way it’s made, by them! There’s technique or little secrets that aren’t mentioned in shared cookbooks. Let’s find out how grandma does it!

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This entree is common for Filipinos. I’d say you could see it in every restaurant or brought as a potluck item during family parties. Pancit Canton, made by my Mommy Sonia was made quickly, tastefully & with love (of course) at her home in Ayala Westgrove.

Total kitchen time: 30 minutes

Ingredients?

  • Palm oil
  • Pancit Bihon Noodles
  • Chicken stock
  • Chinese Sausage
  • Cabbage (“Repulyo” in tagalog,) String beans, snow peas, red onions, garlic, carrots
  • Pepper & Soy sauce “Toyo”

How’s it done?

Heat Wok with Palm oil and cook chinese sausage then push to side.

Add Garlic + Onions

Add all veggies EXCEPT cilantro & snowpeas

Add Chicken stock, Toyo and stir till cooked.

Remove all veggies then add noodles, Cover and stir occasionally till ready.

Add cilantro & snowpeas last then served mixed together.

 

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Now, what was the special ingredient in this dish?

 

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3 thoughts on “How do they make it? Pancit Canton, Philippines.

  1. Christy K

    I’m sitting in beautiful warm california enjoy every post you share!!!! Thank you for taking wonderful pictures and sharing your journey!!!! Be safe

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