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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.
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! ;)
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! :)
My favorite filipino dish by far
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 !!
Served with egg rolls and lemon wedges on the side. Very little leftovers.