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I did make a few changes to this recipe to suit our personal preferences. I used a little sesame oil and added some extra veggies that I had that needed to be used up in the fridge, like bok choy, corn and diced red pepper. I left out the Accent as I did not have any on hand and I added a few splashes of mirin and oyster sauce. I think this is a versatile recipe that can be adapted to suit your own tastes. Thanks for the recipe.

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Cilantro in Canada May 21, 2012

I made this last evening for my husband's birthday party. Everyone loved it! No left overs... The only changes I made I used olive oil instead of ordinary oil... I am proud and glad to try this recipe cos this is my first time making bihon and it turned out really good! Thanks much for sharing! ;)

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HLTagud July 27, 2010

Wonderful and very much authentic!! Our dear friends & her mother make the exact same dish. We are in heaven that we have a recipe that duplicates it!!! Thank you! :)

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Stay at Home Chef June 12, 2012

My favorite filipino dish by far

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amaracampos October 01, 2013

Thank you so much for sharing your Mother's recipe :) I made this last night & it turned out wonderful !!! My coworkers always have Pancit at potlucks, & I really like it, & now that I found a great recipe..I can make it too. I used Olive Oil instead of Cooking Oil, & added in Shrimp. As always the lemon juice from the lemon slice give this dish an extra zest to something that is already pretty tasty ! Again thanks ever so much for sharing. My Emily Rose's nose was working OT !!

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Emily Rose's Mommy July 12, 2013

Served with egg rolls and lemon wedges on the side. Very little leftovers.

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SonnyHavens January 23, 2014

Made this for a potluck dinner with a Filipino theme. I ruined the first package of very thin noodles by soaking them in boiling water for 30 minutes! Be aware that the thinness/thickness of the rice noodles you choose will determine how much they should soak (and apparently not in boiling water!) -- they also finish cooking at the end of this process in the pan with all the vegetables and meat. But fortunately I had another package of noodles (though they were thicker, more like a Thai style noodle) and I just substituted them since that's all I had. Aside from MY mistakes, the rest of the recipe was wonderful (DH really liked it and it got all eaten up at the potluck)! I'll be making it again, being more careful not to oversoak the noodles! Thanks very much.

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Maven in the Making November 22, 2015

This really is delicious and very easy to make. I've made it twice. I did use olive oil as well and I couldn't find any pancit noodles so I used rice noodles one time and pad thai noodles the next time. Came out perfectly!

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Mary Z. November 06, 2015

I made this recipe twice. The first time I followed the recipe, except for omitting the msg, and it was great. The second time I made a few changes: I soaked the rice noodles in water to which I added 1-tsp chicken bouillon to flavor the water & noodles. I also added 1/2 pound more of chicken, increased the vegetable amounts and added one can of baby corn, fresh ground black pepper, red pepper flakes, and 2TBS of oyster sauce, & no msg. Delicious!!!!!!!

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bncanizalez July 28, 2015
Filipino Pancit