Wednesday, December 19, 2012

Pansit Canton Recipe

Pansit Canton on the Plate

( Lo Mein Style)


I remember growing up eating this dish in every special occasions, weddings, holidays, fiestas and most especially during birthdays. My Mom told me all the time that, "Pansit" represent long life and good health. Its traditional beliefs that was pass to my Mom's generation and so on and so fort, to make this long story short hahahah! up to this days I always have "pansit" on my birthday and even my kids birthday. I love Pansit I can eat it anytime of the day and yesterday it's calling my name, So that's what we have for our scrumptious dinner. As always my family loved it:)
I'll call it Pansit on the Plate! simply because its fast and you can have it in your plate less than 30 minutes. It's also perfect for potluck party, any special occasion you can think of and whenever cravings strike..
I'll show you how easy it is to make this Pansit Canton.. wink:)

 Notes: I use vegetables I have on hand, So feel free to use whatever you like. Cabbage, peppers, green onion and much more.

Chicken- cut into thin strips                  
 Dry noodles                                                        
Carrots- cut into thin strips                              
Bokchoy/ Cabbage                                             .
Soy sauce

 Tips: I cook the noodles according to the package but I took it out after 2 minutes in boiling water. It will continue cooking after along with the chicken and vegetables.
1.) Heat oil in the skillet until hot, add the chicken and saute until golden brown.
2.) Add the vegetables, let it simmer for 5-10 minutes depending how you like your vegetables cook.
3.) Add the cooked noodles, mix it well. Stir in soy sauce, sugar, salt and pepper and little water. Let it simmer for 2 minutes.
4.) Stir well and taste. Serve it with rice, bread or just Pansit Canton on the plate.


  1. Hi girl, I'm following back. I super craved for this Pancit :)

  2. Hello girlie, Thanks! I craved to from time to time. I'll be checking your blog too..wink

  3. I am not fond of pancit canton but sometimes I crave for it. And your dish looks so yummy.


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