Friday, 21 September 2012

Simple Pancit Miki Guisado

My family is fond of pancit (noodles),  it is one of those one-dish-meal that my parents would usually cook every so often.  If most people are very particular about what ingredients to put in a pancit, like, it has to have cabbage and/or carrots, or what-have-yous, my father (Papa Ambring or Pappy) on the other hand cooks delicious pancit with whatever ingredients he can find from the kitchen or from our backyard, as long as there is pork, fatty pork at that.  It's the same principle I apply when it comes to my pasta dishes, except for the usage of fatty pork.  I got that from him I believe.

Here's one of the simplest pancit recipe I've ever eaten that is 101% delicious.

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Dried Flat Miki - 500 g.
Pork belly - 300 g.
String Beans, diced
Fish Sauce
Garlic, crushed
Onions, diced
Black Pepper, ground
Magi magic, sarap
Water - 4 cups
Vegetable oil

Cooking Procedure:

1. Heat oil in a wok then fry the pork fat until they turned almost brown.  Sauté the garlic and onions in the same wok, then add the rest of the sliced pork belly.  Pour water in it and bring into a boil until the meat is fork tender.
2.  Season with the fish sauce, salt to taste, black pepper, and magi magic sarap.
3.  Add the dried flat miki.  Add more water as needed to cook the miki but not too much to make sauce.
4.  when the noodles are almost cooked, toss in the diced string beans and cook for another 5 minutes until most of the liquids evaporates

Serve as  one-dish meal and enjoy.

© Fresha-licious (21September2012)

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