I always feel really good when I make pancit (not that I make it nearly as good as my family makes it). Simply because a lot of people outside of the Philippines don’t know how to cook pancit. It’s a little piece of my heritage that is resurfacing.
Filipino cooking is not an exact science. Add the vegetables and seasonings according to your own likes and dislikes. Just try not to use too much soy sauce, it can easily become overpowering. Pork can be substituted for chicken or added in addition to the chicken. I have also added shrimp to my pancit if I have it. You can also substitute tofu for the meat, omit the oyster sauce and use vegetable broth instead of chicken broth to make this a vegetarian dish.
This feeds a lot of people. You could throw a party and serve this dish or bring it to a potluck. Everyone will thank you. Or make this for yourself and eat the leftovers for lunch for the rest of the week. You’ll never go hungry again!
This recipe adapted from my family’s recipe book and a few changes of my own.
Photo courtesy of Tapsilogatbp
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