Pancit sotanghon or pancit bihon… which pancit variant do you prefer?
They seem to be alike; but they are not. The first one’s made of cellophane noodles, glossier than the latter; as the second one is made of rice noodles. I, for one, like to cook with sotanghon noodles over the other. It’s just less soggy to work with. It doesn’t break easily as compared to the bihon. As to its taste however, I like whichever’s presented on the table.
This pancit sotanghon recipe is just like any other… with the addition of one particular ingredient – the kale. The vibrant green of this vegetable brings nice colors and texture to the mix. Also, it’s one superfood so it definitely increases the nutritional value of the pancit.
Here’s how CookingLikeAPro do pancit sotanghon at home.
- 250 g Vermicelli noodles sotanghon
- 400 g Chicken breast cut in thin shreds
- 200 g Pork or chicken liver cut in small pieces
- 5-7 cloves Garlic crushed and chopped
- 1 whole Onions chopped
- 1 whole Carrots cut in strips
- 300 g Green beans cut into strips
- Green and/or red bell pepper at least half, cut into strips
- 2-3 leaves Kale chopped
- ¼ whole Cabbage cut into shreds
- 2 tbsp Fish sauce
- 6 tbsp Soy sauce
- 2 cups Water
- 2 tbsp Cooking oil
- Salt and pepper to taste
- Soak the vermicelli noodles in tepid water. Set aside for later.
- Put oil in a heated pan or wok.
- Put in the garlic. Saute until golden brown.
- Put in the chicken. Fry for 10-15 minutes under medium heat.
- Season with fish sauce.
- When the chicken turns a bit charred, add in the onions.
- When the onions sweat, add in the chicken liver. Stir for under a minute.
- Put 1 cup of water. Allow to boil.
- Add in all the vegetables.
- Season with 3 tbsp of soy sauce.
- Stir well until the veggies are cooked. Take care not to overcook them.
- When they appear to be in a more vibrant color, scoop them out and let them rest.
- Put the noodles in the pan.
- Add the rest of the water and soy sauce.
- Stir well until the noodles are cooked.
- Season the dish with salt and pepper.
- When the noodles are ready, put the vegetables on top.
- Serve while hot.
Tips and Tricks to make Pancit Sotanghon
You can also add some garlic or onion. In the pancit sotanghon recipe, place 6 tablespoons of oil and saute the garlic and onions. Sauté until golden brown. When done, garnish with lemon or calamansi. Then, add in the vermicelli noodles. Serve immediately. While the noodle dish is delicious, it’s best to cook in batches. You can also divide ingredients into two bowls to save time.
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