Pacit Canton Bihon

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This is a dish on which I have literally grown up. My aunt being a Filipino always made this minus the pork and other non halal/unavailable items

A good rule of thumb is for one part noodles and 2/3 part chicken,vegetables should be used.

Increase the amount you like, decrease the amount u don’t like.
For me bell peppers are less. Rice vermicelli is more Maggi is less. I used 2 packets (140g) Maggi and 1/2 packet (200g) rice vermicelli.

Supplies:

I took around
carrots julienne
large onion sliced thinly
Cabbage or ice berg shredded
Rice vermicelli
Bell peppers
Mushrooms
Shredded chicken
Chicken powder
Dark soya sauce
Maggi or pacit canton,
Pasta powder.

Step 1: Prepping Vegetables

Fry onions. If you have UNCOOKED CHICKEN add Cook. If you have FRESH CARROTS add now and STIR FRY.

If you have Fresh BELL PEPPERS STIR FRY QUICKLY.


AVOID ADDING FROZEN VEGETABLES. ( I had frozen ones.)

Step 2: Add Raw Maggi. Add Rice Vermicelli to Cold Water.

If you are using pacit canton, boil them.

Step 3:

With help of chopsticks open the noodles and add chicken chunks ( if not added earlier).
Add spices. And soya sauce. Add the Maggi masala too if you used Maggi.

Step 4:

In the end.add all frozen items or cooked items. Plus rice vermicelli. Mix and give sum ( cook covered on low heat)

Step 5:

Enjoy.

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    Penolopy Bulnick

    8 days ago

    I've not heard of this dish before but it looks amazing and I really, really want to eat it!

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    attosa

    14 days ago

    My best friends are Filipino and I always appreciated this dish from their mums and aunts. I never got an authentic recipe out of them, so thank you ;)

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    sabu.dawdyattosa

    Reply 14 days ago

    Hi thank you, the authentic one uses pork, snap peas, and some other ingredients native to Philippines. I can ask my aunt for the most authentic ones.