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vanillalover1

I really love Chinese foods specially on how they cook noodles. I really cant get over their foods. is anyone can suggest on how they cook Pancit canton? whats the ingredients and process on how  they cook? any suggestion much appreciated....

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edelweis

If the package has Chinese characters, maybe you can take a photo and post it here?

(I don't know what Pancit canton means)

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amytheorangutan

I think pancit canton is a filipino dish? If you are interested in Chinese dishes and recipes I highly recommend checking out posts by @abcdefg I’m sure he’d have written a post or two on noodles. 

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大肚男

Pancit canton is pretty much Chao Mian.

 

If you search on youtube (assuming it is available), there are a million ways to cook it, that you can test out.

 

The good new is that the dish does not need many specialized ingredients.

 

Good luck

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vanillalover1

Edelweis, that one with raw cabbage,raw carrots, and shrimp i think?? if you are with Chowking (Chinese restaurant ) here in the Philippines that kind of Pancit canton i mean. Thank you so much!

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vanillalover1

@amytheorangutan I think Chinese has pancit canton also because everytime i buy here in the philippines there is  a word chinese style. if you are familiar with chowking restaurant (Chinse restaurant)  or i dont know if it is just here in the philippines. their menu pancit canton is my favorite.

Thank you.. i really appreciate your suggestion

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vanillalover1

@大肚男 Yeah you are right! Everytime i go to restaurant there is a word chao? Im Craving Chinese foods and curious how theway they cook it specially the pancit canton.....

Thank you...

 

 

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abcdefg
16 hours ago, vanillalover1 said:

Everytime i go to restaurant there is a word chao?

 

Chao means pan-fried. As in 炒面。Here's a basic recipe: https://thewoksoflife.com/2013/06/simple-spicy-pan-fried-noodles/

 

Pansit Canton is Cantonese-Style Fried noodles. Many variations are possible. 

 

(Sorry, I'm not in China just now and cannot research it more thoroughly for you.) 

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vanillalover1

@abcdefg It helps a lot i will try the  link that u gave. just really excited to cook Pancit canton or  on  how the process they make. just know also that  chao mean pan fried )

Thank you so much...

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abcdefg

@vanillalover1 -- 

 

You are welcome. Let us know how it works out and come back later to try some of the other Chinese recipes, here on the forum. We welcome you to participate in the food and drink section. Here is a link to the index:

 

https://www.chinese-forums.com/forums/topic/52430-alphabetical-index-of-food-articles/ 

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vanillalover1

@abcdefg im so interested with the links and i already tried  Chinese rice porridge. hope to try some again from the index link that you sent. thank you so much!

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abcdefg

You're welcome. Glad you have joined us. 

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vanillalover1

Thank you also for the overwhelmed welcome. really appreciate. i will let you know when i tried another again.

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