Pancit means noodles in Filipino. Variations of pancit is eaten by all Filipinos on a regular basis. I love the way my mum cooks her Pancit bihon and I’ll always go to her place whenever I’m craving it.
However, once in a while I like to create my own with whatever I have in my pantry and fridge. Just like this version. I created this Pancit dish on the fly one night when I got home from work.
In my fridge I had cauliflower, bean sprouts and carrots. I also had minced beef. I added onions and garlic, which I always have in stock. Another staple in my pantry are dried egg noodles. I keep it for day’s like this.
My family liked it so much, I thought I better blog about it do I have a record of the recipe.