Easiest Recipe: Yummy Pancit Miki (Pancit Abra)

Pancit Miki (Pancit Abra). Pancit Miki is the Abrenians breakfast of choice and is unique to the province. Unlike the dry pancit found in most places in the Philippines, the Abra version is a soup based one. Homemade noodles are boiled in a pork broth, and served with a hard boiled egg (I usually have two ), topped with chicharon, bits of chopped pork and garnished with.

Pancit alanganin – Rare pancit dish found in Bulacan. Legends says the dish was created by accident, when someone accidentally spilled broth on the finished pancit noodles. Similar to pancit canton, this dish can be cooked with an array of ingredients such as pork, chicken, seafood, and vegetables. You can cook Pancit Miki (Pancit Abra) using 16 easy ingredients and 9 simple steps. This is guide how achieve delicious meal.

Ingredients of Pancit Miki (Pancit Abra)

  1. It’s of Karne.
  2. Prepare 1/2 kg of pork or chicken breast.
  3. It’s 2 large of garlic heads.
  4. Prepare 14 grams of ginisa mix (ajinomoto).
  5. It’s 1 of salt.
  6. It’s 1 liter of water.
  7. Prepare 1/2 cup of cooking oil.
  8. It’s of Soup.
  9. Prepare 100 grams of powdered anatto seeds (atchuete powder).
  10. Prepare 3 liter of boiling water.
  11. Prepare 8 of chicken broth cubes (knorr).
  12. Prepare 1/2 cup of baggoong (anchovy paste).
  13. You need 1 kg of egg noodles.
  14. You need of Others.
  15. It’s 1 of boiled eggs.
  16. You need 1 of chopped onion leeks.

This Stir-fry noodle recipe makes use of inihaw na liempo (grilled pork belly) to add a delicious smokey flavor. The chicken and seasonings also help to make this dish taste great. Pancit Miki or Pancit Abra as it is called, is a specialty of Abra. Syempre, we have to try it.

Pancit Miki (Pancit Abra) step by step

  1. Boil meat in water until tender. Add 2 cloves of garlic and 1 tablespoon salt..
  2. Set aside meat from water then chop meat into small pieces. Set aside the broth for future use..
  3. Mince garlic. Fry in oil until golden brown..
  4. Set aside fried garlic then add the boiled meat. Add ginisa mix and salt to taste..
  5. Set aside meat and add the boiling water..
  6. Add chicken broth cubes and baggoong. Bring to boil..
  7. Put egg noodles. Separate the noodles from the soup when cooked..
  8. For serving: Put noodles in a bowl. Add karne. Add one piece sliced boiled egg. Pour soup. Top with fried garlic and onion leeks..
  9. Best with chili and add vinegar (optional)..

I tried the Ilokano version when an office mate of mine opened an Ilokano eatery near our place. Instructions: In a large wok, fry chicken in oil, cook and stir constantly until brownish in color. Add onion and garlic then salt, pepper, soy sauce and oyster sauce, add little water if needed. See great recipes for Miki Bihon Pancit, Pancit Miki (Pancit Abra) too! Mix in noodles and be sure not to overcook.