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Updated: 2015-05-18T15:13:16.300+08:00

 



Who told you that pansit bato is good only for 7 d...

2012-04-24T01:36:33.826+08:00

Who told you that pansit bato is good only for 7 days ?? The secret is to dry it in the sun. Try it next time.



Hi Lynn! Thanks for stopping by :) I will check ...

2007-10-26T19:50:00.000+08:00

Hi Lynn! Thanks for stopping by :) I will check out your pancit bato post!

Hi Abby! Welcome to 80 Breakfasts and thanks for leaving such a nice comment :)



my first time here, and wow! nothing short of brea...

2007-10-26T07:41:00.000+08:00

my first time here, and wow! nothing short of breathtaking! :)



I'm a cook-wannabe. I'm a lurker in food blogs lik...

2007-10-26T00:43:00.000+08:00

I'm a cook-wannabe. I'm a lurker in food blogs like your blog and they inspire me to try my hand in the kitchen. I have my share of post on pansit bato which my husband loves because as he says, there is no after taste compared with the noodles bought from supermarkets.



Hi M! Thanks so much for the super tip! I will d...

2007-10-25T23:37:00.000+08:00

Hi M! Thanks so much for the super tip! I will definitely be checking it out for future pancit ventures :) Kikiam rocks!!!

Hi Amanda! Thanks :) Yes, at least lots got to partake :)

Hi Gretchen! K is the best :) Yes, I promise...next time al dente! :)

Hey Marvin! Thank you! :) I'm going to be on the look out for more of these noodles...

Hi Belinda! So sorry to hear of your troubles! Hang in there girl! :) I think the photo is really a shining example of my dad's D-SLR, hehehe ;) But yes, if lots got to enjoy it then it was a success :) Take care!



Joey, from the photo it looks like it a shining ex...

2007-10-25T22:02:00.000+08:00

Joey, from the photo it looks like it a shining example of a kitchen success, and if so many people enjoyed it, it certainly had to be a hit! I think you have a great attitude though, and I have to admit that when something doesn't turn out they way I want it to, it doesn't see the light of day on the blog. And from the pathetic number of posts from me this month, you can conclude that many things have been going wrong for me lately...both in the kitchen and in life in general. Oh...and yes, it IS great to have a friend who is willing to drag noodles all over the countryside for you. :-)



I have never heard of pancit bato either, but from...

2007-10-24T23:30:00.000+08:00

I have never heard of pancit bato either, but from the looks of your picture it looks perfect. I'm sure it wasn't as bad as you thought Joey;)



I recently enjoyed pansit for the first time. Not ...

2007-10-24T21:11:00.000+08:00

I recently enjoyed pansit for the first time. Not being a pasta/noodle lover, I would appreciate your resolutions to not let it get too soggy. What a great friend you have to bring the noodles back for you!



The picture looks perfect so all credit to you for...

2007-10-24T15:47:00.000+08:00

The picture looks perfect so all credit to you for owning up to it not going as you would have liked. At least it still tasted great and you got to feed a lot of people.



Joey, did you see the post on MM re: sotanghon or ...

2007-10-24T11:20:00.000+08:00

Joey, did you see the post on MM re: sotanghon or pancit canton or something noodley that's served at Cucina de tita moning? The trick was cooking the noodles and sahog seperately, under cooking them so that when they are mixed together for the final heating, the flavors are clean and they cook together for the perfect end note. Check his archive for her recipe as it could work out for your next attempt at pancit bato (I love kikiam in any noodle dish! I added it and chinese longganisa for an over the top sotanghon recently.)



Hi Tanna! As long as you learn something then it'...

2007-10-24T10:35:00.000+08:00

Hi Tanna! As long as you learn something then it's all good :)

Hi Dhanggit! Thanks for dropping by :) I know what you mean...sometimes my husband is like, "What is that?" Hahaha! :)

Hi Katrina! Well, it was tasty...just too soft with overcooked sahog...sigh! But hey, if it wasn't for sliver linings we would be in the dark every time there was a cloud overhead! ;)

Hi Manggy! "Pansit ba 'to?" Hahaha! That certainly gave me a good laugh this morning :) I know what you mean by all these safety standards...that's why I was in such a hurry to cook it all! You are right...it was still tasty despite the mushy noodles but will definitely watch out for that next time. And if you tasted the shrimp you would know that the over-cooking was indeed criminal!

Hi Veron! I love your experiments! You are truly an inspiration to take on cooking fears head on! :) Oooh! I forgot about those pancit "sandwiches"...carb-on-carb is my favorite way to go :)

Me too Docchef!

Hi Socky! Hello neighbor! Next time when I've kinda mastered them already :) I was actually thinking of you guys but didn't want to send over the too-soft noodles (with the too-hard shrimp!)!

Hi Nabeela! I think as long there is a disclaimer that it wasn't all that it was cracked up to be, plus some notes on what went wrong and what to do moving forward, I think it's ok :) After all, we learn from each other's mistakes as well as from our successes :)

Hi Anh! All your things look wonderful :) But it's always nice to get a peek into "what didn't make it" :)



Jo, I have tons of failed experiments with food......

2007-10-24T08:03:00.000+08:00

Jo, I have tons of failed experiments with food... but hardly blogged about it. perhaps I should start now :)



I used to post my less than stellar recipes a whil...

2007-10-24T07:38:00.000+08:00

I used to post my less than stellar recipes a while ago and realized how disappointed my readers would be if they made it too. So I've decided to post only the top rated recipes now...but what you're saying is true. Knowing that a person is behind a blog makes it more humand and thus we're more likely to test a recipe from there :)



Hey, you forgot the staff in the next building - A...

2007-10-24T07:28:00.000+08:00

Hey, you forgot the staff in the next building - Ariel and me!



i just love noodles!!!

2007-10-24T02:06:00.000+08:00

i just love noodles!!!



Hi Joey! I'm sure you've seen some of my failed ki...

2007-10-24T01:33:00.000+08:00

Hi Joey! I'm sure you've seen some of my failed kitchen experiments like the flat-as-pancake macarons I tried at first. Anyway, the picture of the pansit certainly looks delicious. I've never heard of pansit bato. And yes, plenty of sahog is good. One way I like to eat pansit is to put it in loaf bread and make it like a sandwich- what I call double carbs!



Hi Joey! I've been infected by American standards ...

2007-10-24T00:30:00.000+08:00

Hi Joey! I've been infected by American standards of food safety-- somehow I feel like if you can't put it in the fridge, cook it or throw it! Especially in our climate, makes me nervous!

(I thought your post title was asking us, "Pansit ba 'to?" Ha ha ha.)

I think overcooking vegetables is okay in pancit. Overcooking shrimp/kikiam is forgivable. But the most common crime (and the worst) is overcooking the noodles-- but you know? It still tastes very good, even if the texture is mushy. Besides, you could have claimed that the dish went perfectly, since no one can tell from the pic, heh heh :)



Well, I can't tell from the picture that it was an...

2007-10-24T00:01:00.000+08:00

Well, I can't tell from the picture that it was anything but delicious! And I really like your "There's always a silver lining" outlook! :-)

How I would love to be one of your lucky ka-buildings! ;-)



I am also a cooking afficionado like you..and i ag...

2007-10-23T23:50:00.000+08:00

I am also a cooking afficionado like you..and i agree with you that surfing on the net actually inspires me on my culinary adventures i could test in my kitchen..sometimes the result pleases my husband but sometimes it is really catastropic..he hehe



Joey that's wonderful! and you've certainly got th...

2007-10-23T23:49:00.000+08:00

Joey that's wonderful! and you've certainly got the right attitude at the last part there. Heck it was still good to eat and the learning was extensive!