Vegetarian Pancit Canton might look like the regular Pancit Canton. However, this recipe is quite different because it does not use any meat; instead, I used Shitake mushroom. Preparing this Pancit Canton Variation is simple and faster. A few minutes are what we need because there is no meat to tenderize. The taste that the […]
Pancit Canton is a noodle dish that is of Chinese origin. This is prepared pretty much like the Pancit Guisado (Pansit Bihon) though an obvious distinction would be the noodles used (rice sticks vs. flour sticks). This dish closely resembles the Chow Mein but preparation and some ingredients vary.
As mentioned in the video, there are several ways to cook Pancit (or Pansit). This recipe shows another approach in preparing the second staple dish of the Philippines. By the way, please don’t forget your calamansi (or lemon). Pancit tastes better when calamansi is squeezed over it before eating.
Try this favorite Filipino dish: Pancit Canton.