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Thursday, December 31, 2009

Pancit



It's New Year's Eve. Say goodbye to 2009 and say hello to 2010. In many places right now it's already the Jan 1st. Everyone please stay safe tonight.

Another famous Filipino dish. Pronounced like pansit. Most people who've tasted Philippine cuisine would be very familiar with this as well as the lumpia. This is a rice noodle dish with some celery, carrots, cabbage, chicken and Chinese sausage. You'd also find this in many gatherings and parties. It's almost like a must have as part of the menu.

One of the neat things I like to do is to stuff this into a pan de sal or dinner roll and eat it like a sandwich. It may sound weird to some, but totally fun to eat. 




Pancit

2 garlic cloves
8 oz rice noodles
onion
1 c cooked chicken - shredded
1 small head of cabbage - chopped
1/2 large carrot - julienned
1 celery stick chopped
1 1/2 to 2 c water or stock
2 Tbsp soy sauce
1/4 tsp salt
pepper

Wash the rice noodles briefly in cold water and drain. Set aside.

In a large pan on medium to high heat, saute the garlic in the oil, The saute the onions and add chicken season with a little pepper. Add the soy sauce. Then the carrots and saute until slightly tender. Season with salt. Add the cabbage and broth. and mix together. Cover the pan and bring the light boil to cook the cabbage. When the broth is boiling, lower the heat and add the rice noodles. Mix thorughly until the noodles ave absorbed the broth and are darker in color.

Note: Do not cover completely after cooking or it will spoil.


14 comments:

Heavenly Housewife said...

Great dish. This one is new for me, but it looks like it would be wonderful. Cant wait to see all the new goodies you come up with in the new year daaaaaaahling.
*kisses* HH

notjustmedical said...

This is one of my favourite dishes ever!! My family makes it slightly different, for example replacing the sausage with prawns and the celery with lettuce, but it is still very yummy!

S
http://notjustmedical.wordpress.com

Donna-FFW said...

Sounds like a delightful dish. Wishing you a most Happy, Healthy New Year!!

Debbie said...

The dish look terrific. That is something I would love. Have a very happy and safe new year too!

pigpigscorner said...

Love fried noodles! Happy new year!

Anncoo said...

Happy New year and wishing you & your family all the best for the coming year.

Bob said...

Hope you have a happy new year! That dish looks great, nice and light. I'm copying it down as we speak. Heh.

JennDZ - The Leftover Queen said...

This looks yummy! Happy New Year, Jenn! Hope 2010 is a great year for you!

doggybloggy said...

I have been hearing a lot about pancit -I cant wait to try it - HAPPY NEW YEAR!

Cinnamon-Girl Reeni♥ said...

This looks absolutely delicious!! Happy New Year!

Chow and Chatter said...

Happy new year wow another cool dish

all the very best for 2010

Rebecca

OysterCulture said...

Looks amazing and of course - noodles are good luck for the New Year - happy New Year to you!

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