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Filipino Chicken Pancit

Lea Hogg

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Seeing so much of the Philippines on TV this week when President Obama was there made me think of Filipino food which we had a lot of during the time when Ving lived with us. She was an excellent cook and there was no dish that she was unable to prepare but our favorites were the dishes she cooked for herself. I learnt a lot from her and the pancit she made was excellent. Her secret was to leave the finely shredded cabbage uncooked and mix it in when the dish was ready. You will hardly be able to see the cabbage, it blends in with the noodles but the contrast in texture is divine. This is one of my favorite meals and today’s recipe is a very simple and fast everyday meal. You will need :

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1 packet Rice noodles
1 spoon vegetable oil
1 finely chopped onion
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