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Pancit Palabok-Food with Mae-6

Pancit Palabok

Rice Noodles with Prawns and Pork Sauce. Topped with Pork Crackling, Smoked Fish and Eggs What is Pancit Palabok? The word Pancit or Pansit means noodles in the Filipino language. We have many types of noodle dishes in the Philippines. This is influenced by the Chinese settlers in the Philippines, some Chinese traders stayed in […]

Pancit Canton - Chicken - FoodWithMae-5

Pancit Canton

Chicken Noodles with Mix Vegetables What is Pancit The name comes from the Hokkien “pian e sit,” which literally translates to “something conveniently cooked” (i.e., fast food). It probably arrived in our country as a Chinese trader’s baon meant to tide him over in his homesickness as he plied his wares to the natives. From […]

Lomi - Pressure Cooker - Food with Mae-20

Pancit Lomi

Pressure Cooker Series Episode 4:Pancit Lomi – Chicken Noodle Soup What is Pancit Lomi? Pancit Lomi is a chicken noodle soup with a thick broth and plenty of toppings. The toppings can range from fish balls, kikiam (prawn & pork sausages), boiled eggs, lechon kawali (fried pork) and crackling. This is also accompanied with a […]

Beef Noodles - Food with Mae-5

Pansit Baka

Egg Noodles with Cubed Beef Steaks Pancit or Pansit is noodles in Filipino. We usually eat pansit during celebrations or special occasions. BUT we should be able to cook Pansit when we want or crave them.  If you’re new to Filipino food or you don’t have much time to cook in the evenings. This quick […]

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