Pansit is a tasty fried rice-noodle dish, similar to chow mein or pad thai, most often served at parties with adobo, rice and other Filipino dishes. Serves four.
Things You'll Need
- 2-3 tbsp. canola oil
- 1/2 can chicken broth
- 2 hard boiled eggs
- 2 to 3 crushed garlic cloves
- 1/4 c. green onions - sliced
- 2 c. fresh or frozen mixed vegetables in bite-sized pieces - including celery, carrots, green beans and cabbage
- 1/4 c. diced onions
- 1/2 lb. pork
- 1 8 oz. package thin Asian rice noodles
- 1/2 c. baby shrimp
- 3 tbsp. soy sauce
- Chef's Knives
- Mixing Bowls
- Mixing bowls
Cut pork into thin slices - about 1-inch long and 1/8-inch thick.
Soak noodles in hot tap water for about 5 minutes and drain (or soften noodles according to package directions).
Heat oil in a wok or large skillet over medium-high heat.
Brown pork, onions and garlic for 2 minutes.
Add soy sauce and sauté until pork is completely cooked.
Add shrimp and vegetables. Stir-fry for 1 to 2 minutes.
Remove from heat and set aside half of the pork-vegetable mixture.
Stir noodles into the other half of the pork-vegetable mixture and add 1/2 can of chicken broth. Mix well.
Add the rest of the vegetable-pork mixture and mix well.
Place pansit on a large platter.
Top with sliced hard-boiled eggs and sprinkle with green onions.
Tips & Warnings
- You can purchase rice noodles at an Asian food store or in the Asian food section of you local grocery store.
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