April 27, 2009

Pancit


Recipe (of course I omit the pork, just use chicken, add shrimp if you like)

Dinner last night...Yum!

19 comments:

  1. I was raised on this stuff. <333

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  2. LoL Majda ... me too! In fact, I had it for breakfast today! :)

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  3. Looks good, can I come to dinner tomororw? and play with your gorgeous children?? PLEASEEE...I will do the dishes..lol

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  4. Majda, Hajar, how authentic does this look?

    Inspired, yes as long as you do the dishes!

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  5. looks delissssssssssshhhhhhhhhhhhhhh. i want some now. send it to me in an envelope

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  6. Looks good to me.

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  7. Lol Naseem look for a soggy envelope.

    Thanks Maj!

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  8. Just started "following" you. You wouldn't happen to know a hala zenhom, would you?

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  9. Anonymous11:08 PM

    oh god!!!
    Mona, that looks deeeelishh ohh i want hahah bas no really Good Job!
    im hungry now.. but apparently all the food you make and post on the blog looks great!
    :)

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  10. Perplxin Texan! Why yes she's my cousin....well my cousin's daughter. :) Small world!

    Anon, try making it..the prep is some work but it's easy to make.

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  11. We have numerous varieties, but this looks really good. :)

    Is it just me or are the noodles rather short? Ours are usually really long.

    PS:: I'm awarding you several awards. :)

    http://hajar-alwi.blogspot.com/2009/04/special-thanks.html

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  12. Hajar, yea the rice stick was like one big noodle, maybe I broke it up too much or from stirring and such it got to be so short, even though the recipe warned of that.

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  13. Oh yea, Hajar, thanks for the Great, cute awards!! I'll put them on my sidebar with pride!!

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  14. Never heard about it ? They look like noodles to me, Are they ?

    Maryam

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  15. Maryam..yea pretty much noodles..but made of rice :)

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  16. Hmmm, this looks soo good!

    I'm going to try making this ;D

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  17. Oohh ... that explains it then. ^^ Usually I couldn't be bother to break it. All the stirring does that for me. :)

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  18. Ahhh...probably the most well known Filipino dish...Always present at birthday parties and other celebrations ;)

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  19. It's sooooo good.

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