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Pancit Canton noodles pork and veggies stir fry recipe, a flavorful filipino recipe made of stir fried pancit noodles, pork loin, bell peppers, mushrooms, so good! Pancit Canton is Philippines pride dish where it is served on special occasions, very similar to Lo Mein, delicious!

Pancit Canton noodles are another kind of dried wheat noodles but eggless, originally from China and nowadays more commonly consumed in the Philippines where it’s a traditional dish served on special occasions. Pancit canton is quite similar to Lo Mein.

In the Philippines, it is believed that since "noodles represent long life and good health, they must not be cut short so as not to corrupt the symbolism.”

Pancit Canton is great to clean up your fridge as it can be made with whatever veggies you have on hand.

To make this Filipino style Pancit Canton stir fry, you can use the same large frying pan all along, you will need to:

  • Marinate the pork about 15 minutes, quickly stir fry it, then set aside
  • Make the omelet, as typically in fried rices, an egg yolk is added to the hot frying pan, broken and cooked until barely set, then quickly scrambled, set aside
  • Briefly sauteed the veggies and make the sauce
  • Cook the noodles, pancit noodles are not very hard and quickly cooked, in general I add them to a large bowl, cover them with boiling water and with a lid, drain them once cooked
  • At last you can assemble veggies, pork and noodles, cook two or three minutes just to re-heat.

If you have made this pancit canton noodles and pork stir fry, or if you have changed it, please let me know how it went!

If you are fond of Asian cuisine, please visit my "World Cuisine" category for more propositions.

  • 4 servings
  • Easy
  • 1 h 30

Recipe :

Ingredients:

Pancit Canton Noodles:

1 (8 oz.) pack. / 227 g. Pancit Canton noodles

Pork tenderloin:

16 oz. / 450 g pork tenderloin

2 tbsp. corn starch

1 tsp ginger powder

2 tbsp. soy sauce

3 tablespoon sesame oil

2 tbsp. white wine

Sautéed vegetables:

1 red bell pepper, julienned

5 or 6 Paris mushrooms, stemmed and minced

8 oz. (227 g.) bean sprouts

2 cloves garlic, minced

1/2 cup of hot chicken stock

2 tbsp. white wine

4 tbsp. soy sauce

1 tbsp. fish sauce

1 tsp ginger powder

1 tsp sugar

2 tbsp. Sweet Chili Sauce or more to taste

4 basil leaves

Salt and pepper to taste

Omelet:

1 egg yolk

Salt to taste

Prepare the pork:

Into a large bowl or plastic container, add the cornstarch, ginger powder, soy sauce, sesame oil and white wine, stir well

Slice the tenderloin, then cut it in strips and add them to the marinade, stir well and marinate for at least 15 minutes, stir from time to time

Into a large saucepan or wok, heat some vegetable oil on medium/high heat and stir fry the pork on all sides until golden

Remove from the pan and set aside

Make the omelet:

Brush a small pan with some vegetable oil, heat it up, turn off the heat and remove pan from heat, add the fork whisked egg yolk and let it cook

Roll up the omelet and cut it in strips, set aside

Sautéed the vegetables:

Into the same pan, heat some vegetable oil, add the garlic, red pepper, mushrooms, stir-fry for about 5 minutes until the vegetables start to wilt

Add the bean sprouts

Add the hot stock, stir and pour onto the vegetables, together with the wine and all the spices, toss and give it a boil, then lower the heat and simmer on medium/low heat for about 10 minutes or until the vegetables are tender

Taste and adjust seasoning

Set aside

Pancit Noodles:

Whilst the vegetables are cooking, cook the pancit noodles as per instructions on the package and set aside. In general, cooking time is 1 minute, what I do is I boil water, pour it in a large bowl, add my noodles, cover and stir them from time to time until they’re cooked (That’s one pan less on the stove to take care of)

Drain well, set aside

Assembly:

Into the same large pan or wok, heat 2 tablespoons vegetable oil and 1 tablespoon sesame oil, add the noodles, vegetables and pork, stir and sautéed quickly to re-heat all ingredients

Adjust seasoning

Add the omelet strips, stir, it’s ready!

Note:

Use any vegetables you have left over in the house for this recipe, replace the pork by beef, chicken or tofu if you wish

Enjoy!

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Patty! Another glorious recipe from you! I've never heard of the Pancit noodles but I simply must run out and get them because I want to try your recipe as is!! Gorgeous photo and I can't wait to try this delicious dish!

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Thanks so much Lainey! We love these pancit noodles, and this stir fry is so versatile

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I haven't had Asian-style noodles in a long time! Stir fry sounds delicious! I bet this would be awesome with shrimp or tofu too- yum!

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Thanks for your lovely comment Sarah, shrimp or tofu are delicious in this simple stir fry

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You can never go wrong with a noodle dish...EVER! Pork is the perfect protein. This dish sounds so full of flavour. Stir fries are such a great way to make a meal on a busy weeknight. Leftovers would be great for lunch too. Great way to clean out...

You can never go wrong with a noodle dish...EVER! Pork is the perfect protein. This dish sounds so full of flavour. Stir fries are such a great way to make a meal on a busy weeknight. Leftovers would be great for lunch too. Great way to clean out the fridge with extra veggies (and swapping out the pork for other meats).

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Thanks for your kind comment Gloria, totally agree with you about stir fry recipes, they're so quick to make and packed with flavors

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I have not had Pancit, but I love lo mein, so I am sure this would be a dish that the entire family will love. I will definitely think twice now before ever cutting or breaking my noodles, what a fun thought!

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Thanks Jennifer, glad you like it, not very different from lo mein. Don't go breaking those noodles

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These noodles sound absolutely wonderful. I've never cooked with pancit noodles, but there is a vendor at our local farmer's market that sells pancit bowls that are so good. I'm going to have to try this!

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Thanks Amy, just looking at my picture I want to make me a bowl LOL!

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Wow, is this dish packed with flavor! I have never heard of pancit noodles but I am intrigued. Are they readily available in the grocery store? I love a good stir fry and must find those noodles so I can make this!

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Thanks Megan, I think that you have a better chance to find them at the Asian market, in mine there is a wide range of pancit brands so they are quite widely distributed.

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There's not much that I like more than a good, diverse, flavour-packed noodle stir-fry. Pancit noodles are a noodle I don't eat often enough - though I'm going to have to remedy that now, won't I? Cheers!

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Thanks so much Sean! I love all kinds of noodles and pancit are on top of my list!

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I am starving right now and this is NOT helping! I've never had these particular noodles, but I'm totally looking for them the next time I'm at my Asian grocer. I'm a total sucker for noodle dishes. The Chinese also have longevity noodles that...

I am starving right now and this is NOT helping! I've never had these particular noodles, but I'm totally looking for them the next time I'm at my Asian grocer. I'm a total sucker for noodle dishes. The Chinese also have longevity noodles that represent a long and unbroken life. It's really cool to learn about the history and meaning behind these dishes.

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Thanks so much Dana, glad you like it! It's nice to experiment new dishes of the world, I hope you like it!

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Loving this pork and veggies stir fry. Perfect for busy weeknights! Can't wait to try your recipe!

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Thanks so much Anna!

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My husband always gets so mad because I break any type of noodle to get them in the pan! Stir Frys have become a recent meal in our house so that we can clean out the fridge but I’ve never considered adding a noodle of any kind before. I’ll keep...

My husband always gets so mad because I break any type of noodle to get them in the pan! Stir Frys have become a recent meal in our house so that we can clean out the fridge but I’ve never considered adding a noodle of any kind before. I’ll keep my eyes open for Pancit Canton Noodles as they look like something my boys would like.

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Thanks so much Brandy! Don't go breaking those noodles :o:D I hope you try and like it!

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