Pancit - Filipino Lo Mein

4 years ago

Let me just start off by saying this was the best lo mein I have had outside of lo mein I have created on my own. It was dangerously good -- and by dangerously good I mean so good I had a hard time only eating a serving size. I did not cook this, my friends boyfriend did who came up to visit and since he enjoys cooking he wanted to make a big meal to have people over [they have a long distance relationship at the moment]. From what I understand this is a traditional Filipino dish. A dish that tastes amazing! My friends boyfriend cooks healthy, he doesn`t fry anything, he prefers to bake. He cut all the vegetables up by hand aside from the carrots which he "cheated" with buying the shredded raw carrots in a bag. He used what I would refer to as lo mein noodle as the base and cooked everything up to perfection. Not only was this loaded with fresh veggies but it also had chicken breast pieces and pork sausage pieces in it.

I`ve never had Filipino food and was impressed with this. So impressed I looked up the recipe online and think I am going to try to recreate this one day on me own. Also not pictured was some cornbread thing he had made which was very soft but cornbready. He said the name of it but it escapes me at the moment. That itself was also dangerously good because it had cornbread mixture in it and creamed corn (my favorite canned vegetable lol). Overall -- delish!

Have you ever had Filipino food? If so what is your favorite dish?

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