Philippines: 26/52

Bihon Pancit

It’s noodle time. Bihon Pancit is a popular sweet/savory street dish from the Philippines made with rice noodles. There seem to be hundreds of different varieties, but for our version we opted for chicken and veggies from our local farmers market.

The Dish

Our recipe came from Pickled Plum. We included baby bok choy, carrots, scallions, onions, garlic and chicken. The dish is finished with a dash of sugar, soy sauce, and oyster sauce.

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The Verdict

The noodles soak up all the chicken broth and sauces so they come out tender and full of flavor. The oyster sauce gives it a slight fishy taste, and yet the dish was light and refreshing – perfect for the CAT days of summer (that one is for M).

Like everything else noodley, Sriracha is the perfect condiment to this meal!

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Satisfying, slurpy noodles

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