Although Chinese in origin, the pancit, which comes from the Hokkien “pian e sit,” or something conveniently cooked,” has become a staple in Filipino cooking. Any Pinoy celebration is bound to have a variety of pancit as an entrée.

Here’s my version that I made more indulgent with a touch of uni. Enjoy!

Although Chinese in origin, the pancit, which comes from the Hokkien “pian e sit,” or something conveniently cooked,” has become a staple in Filipino cooking. Any Pinoy celebration is bound to have a variety of pancit as an entrée.

Here’s my version that I made more indulgent with a touch of uni. Enjoy!

Pancit Palabok with Uni

Pancit Palabok with Uni Serves: 4
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