Thursday, September 10, 2009

Veggie Pancit

Ching says, KAYA !

Ummm... I love Gracie's yummy challenge !

Last week, we celebrated my sister’s House Warming party with a few of her friends. Some of her American friends requested me to cook Pancit. They love to attend a Filipino party just to eat the Filipino pancit and egg rolls. I cooked pancit as the party was potluck and took a bottle of wine in a gift bag handmade from used JC Penny's store paper bag.

1 (8 once) package bihon (rice) noodles
1 carrot - pealed and sliced into strips
1 cup broccoli - shredded
1 cup green beans - sliced
1 cup mushrooms - sliced
3 cups chicken broth
3 eggs - hard boiled
1 0nion - pealed and sliced
2 tablespoon of olive oil
¼ cup soy sauce
½ teaspoon black pepper

Grease a large pan or wok with oil. Sauté the onions with all the vegetables and add soy sauce and black pepper and cook for 5 minutes. Remove from pan and set aside. Pour the chicken broth into the pan and bring to boil. Stir in the noodles and cook for 5-8 minutes. Serve the pancit on a plate, topping it with vegetables and sliced hard boiled eggs.

Materials used:
Me and My Big Ideas pattern papers
Wausau card stock, Ribbon, Making
Memories clear alphabets and brads,
We R Memory Keepers flowers,
Colorbok chipboard letters & shapes,
Sizzix die-cut letters, Scotch double
Sided tape and glue stick. Big Bites
tool and eyelets, Shaped note paper
(courtesy of Nina)

Glued the two printed papers and shaped the edges.
Matted the two clear capital title letters on black card stock.
Computer typed the ingredients and directions on a shaped
note paper and matted it on black cardstock.
Made a gift bag out of used store paper bag.

About Me:

A SAHM to a 16 year old son, married to a wonderful man.
Love to shop, play golf and like to try different foods.

Ching -


Gracie Ann Tan said...

Great entry Ms. Ching. I would love to try that recipe soon. Maybe I can cook that on my birthday. Kailangan may noodles daw pag birthday diba? Hehe. And accdg. to my mom sa pancit ako pinaglihi. lol. Love th color combo you used for the LO and the gift bag. I'm sure sa packaging palang matutuwa na yung bibigyan mo ng gift, what more pag nakita na niya yung laman. :)

CHING said...

Hi Gracie, Thanks for the inspiring comments ! I know that you are a superb chef and know your way around the kitchen !