Connie "Kiyu"'s StoryPancit has been always an island-family favorite, and usually prepared for family gatherings, parties, pot-luck and almost served at any special event. This dish is great with a dash of lemon or lime squeezed over the noodles. Great also when served over white rice, or is a meal by itself! Your option! Enjoy!
chicken breast halves, sliced
fresh white ginger, grated
light kikkoman soy sauce
sugar (to cut down saltyness)
carrots, thin slanted slice
celery, thin slanted slice
green bell pepper, thin slanted slice
snap peas, (slanted slice or whole)
chicken broth, low salt
shrimp flavored, canton noodles
green onions, 1
olive oil (for saute)
annatto powder or paprika (for colouring)
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1Use a large pot or Wok, bring heat to medium high. Add olive oil to saute onions and garlic. Let cook until onions turned translucent and garlic light brown in color. Add ginger.
2Add chicken and let cook for 5 minutes. Stir to blend. Add soy sauce, oyster sauce, sugar, annatto powder and black pepper. Stir well to incorporate with sauce. Cover pan and cook for another 5-10min. to cook the chicken well.
3Add carrots, celery, bell pepper, sweet pea snaps and cabbage. Stir well to blend with chicken and let cook uncovered for 5 minutes. (Do Not over cook your veggies)
4Break up noodles and add into the pot. Add chicken broth to help cook the noodles. Stir well to blend together as cooks. Let cook until the noodles are soft and mixed with all the ingredients.
About this Recipe
Connie "Kiyu" Guerrero conchik - Sep 1, 2011
Tammy Durden tammyd102 - Sep 1, 2011
Thank you Connie!!! That looks perfect!! I'm so glad to have the recipe!!
Angela Gray angiemath - Sep 1, 2011
Connie, I am not sure I can find the canton noodles. Is there some other substitutes you can recommend? This is going to be sooo good, than you for posting all your great Island recipes ! My family loves all of them !
Josie Posteher nextfoodnetworkchef - Sep 13, 2011
I have been looking for a pancit recipe, I love it. Hopefully I can find the canton noodles.
Julie Ebers - Burcham jemjazznote - Sep 13, 2011
Angela - you can go to a chinese/filpino/japanese grocery store - they will have it there and it is inexpensive! I had a friend that used ramen noodles without the seasonings.
Mrs. Connie, THANK YOU! I lived in Bermuda and my best friend's family used to make this all the time - I haven't seen her in over 20 years and was looking for a recipe! thank you so much for posting! PANCIT is WONDERFUL! Even my picky "Southern" husband likes it