Monday, February 6, 2012

Rice Noodles

In the Philippines, rice noodles or pancit, is one common food that we have during birthdays. Old folks said that it's for long life.  Some uses spaghetti instead of pancit but over here, spaghetti is an ordinary  food, so  Filipinos still prefers the pancit (at least I do).  I cooked this during Mr. Burrito's birthday.

 A Spice A  Day # 37
                                                - My quest to update this  blog daily -
February 6, 2012:

  • Posting this  quick while me and Mr. Burrito  are on break with our lessons.  Will update this later.  Me and Mr. Burrito made his name out of clay dough and   glued it to one of his photo frame, it was pretty neat.  That was our project after our reading class.
  • I sauteed  upo (cooking gourd) with a can of sardines and we ate it with rice.  The kids  also had  Beefaroni  before  that.
  • I have to make two posts and will go to bed soon.

13 delicious comments:

Dhemz said...

ang galing mo talagang gumawa nang pancit sis...ganda nang presentation!

momto8 said...

looks a lot better than all the super bowl food I ate yesterday!!
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Aliz said...

wow! luv the presentation too.

Tito Eric said...

I've always love pancit . . . and yours looks so tempting!


wifetoalineman02 said...

very delish Sis, am drooling too :-) Visiting from Orange Tuesday, hope that you can return the visit too.

cHeErFuL said...

wow, that looks really yummy, galing-galing ng presentation. visiting from OT, hope you can visit me back. thanks and have a great weekend. :)

Mel Alarilla said...

Yes, I have tasted a pancit before that used spaghetti noodles instead of bihon noodles. I guess it depends on one's mood or preference. Thanks for the post. God bless you all always.

Roger Owen Green said...

looks yummy; NEVER had.
ROG, ABC Wednesday team

photowannabe said...

Appreciate learning about your culture and the foods that are special to you. Nice post.

Anonymous said...

my mouth is watering seeing your pancit. penge.

Ann said...

we call this Bee Hoon. Did you have a lot of guest to eat such a big tray of Pancit

chubskulit said...

Hi Ann, we call it bihon too hehehe... Yup, we had at least 20 guests that day.

Jama said...

It's called Bee Hoon here and there's so many way of cooking them. Almost a must when having party to serve this versatile noodle.

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