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Lucky Me Pancit Canton Instant Noodles: Kalamansi

Lucky Me Pancit Canton Instant Noodles: Kalamansi

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Here's a way to enjoy pancit, a traditional Filipino noodle dish, in the comfort of your home. These delicious Canton instant noodles are flavored with soy sauce, chicken, and citrus. In each bite, you'll find a delicious kalamansi (Philippine lime) flavor accented by a salty, umami taste. Add in your favorite cooked protein, and you have a complete meal!

Common Allergens: Milk, Eggs, Fish, Shellfish, Tree Nuts, Wheat, Soy.

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Lucky Me Pancit Canton Instant Noodles: Kalamansi

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What’s Pancit?

Pancit broadly refers to different types of uncooked noodles, but often means a popular stir-fried noodle dish. These noodles can be made from mung beans, rice flour, and even egg-based noodles. Originally, noodles were introduced to the Filipino people by traders from China in the 1500s. These noodles began as a way for factory workers in the Philippines to refuel for their work. From there, these noodles quickly transitioned to street food, and then a food offered in restaurants around the Philippines named panciterias.

How Do You Cook With Pancit?

Pancit is typically used in a stir-fried noodle dish seasoned with chicken stock and sauces like fish sauce or oyster sauce. Depending on the Philippines region, you can expect different local ingredients to be included in the pancit recipe. Different types of dried pancit noodles include Pancit Canton (thin egg noodles), Pancit Bihon (rice stick noodles), Pancit Lomi (thick egg noodles), and Pancit Misua (thin wheat noodles).

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