Cooking Left-over Pansit



Cooking left-over pansit takes a bit of stir-frying and lots of vegetables. Easy!

Ask me 10 years ago if I dare care cooking left-over pansit (or pancit) at home. I would have retorted a straight “NO!” right away. Now however, it makes all the sense to me to salvage the left-over food from last night’s dinner, especially when I have all the simple ingredients in my kitchen anyway.

January 15, 2012 January 15, 2012 January 15, 2012


Cooking Left-over Pansit
Cooking left-over pansit.. to do or not to do?...


Pansit, once more is a stir-fried noodle dish with mixed vegetables. It's a Filipino style recipe which we inherited from the Chinese. For me, cooking pansit is similar to cooking chopsuey. Cooking left-over pansit, is therefore just as simple.

In cooking left-over pansit, here is what we need:
- Garlic, crushed
- Chicken liver or chicken strips
- Snap beans, cut in strips
- Carrots, cut in strip
- Cabbages, cut
- Hot water
- Red or green bell peppers, cut in strips
- Left-over pansit
- Kinchay or Chinese celery
- Fish sauce
- Ground or powders black pepper

Cooking left-over pansit doesn’t dictate many ingredients. We are simply adding up what’s already in the pansit. These are my basic pansit ingredients so that’s what I suggest to use. On the other hand, you may add other usual pansit ingredients like:
- Cauliflower
- Shrimps or pork

Let’s start cooking left-over pansit:
1. Put the pan to high-heat.
2. Sauté the garlic.
3. Add in the chicken liver or the chicken strips in the pan. Stir until well-cooked.
(In cooking left-over pansit, adding any preferred protein you want, makes the dish more flavorful; as if they are a new dish entirely.)

4. Add in the snap beans and carrots.
5. When the vegetables slightly change in their more vibrant colors, put hot water in the pan.
6. Add in the cabbage and bell pepper; cover and wait for the soup to boil.
7. Season this mixture with fish sauce and pepper.
8. Add in the left-over pansit. Mix well.
9. Add the Chinese celery.
10. Turn off the stove and allow the dish to simmer.

Cooking Left-over Pansit
Cooking left-over pansit made easy.

When cooking left-over pansit or a fresh batch even, it’s nice to prepare a stand-alone condiment like soy sauce and lime for instance to make the dish more flavorful.



About the Author: Beingwell loves simple home cooking recipes. She enjoys sharing her quick easy meals, including Filipino cooking recipes in this blog. Enjoy cooking like a pro!


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I'm Rizza, the accidental blogger. My cooking journey started with an awful adobo dish that even I couldn't eat. Now here I am with more than a hundred tasty and enjoyable recipes. I love sharing my cooking experience and recipes with you. I hope to inspire you with more tasty, quick and easy meals that I have cooked and been cooking for my family. Enjoy and do come back for more!

3 comments:

  1. I know someone na ang ginagawa namn sa leftover pansit e binabalot sa lumpia wrapper at ipiprito.

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  2. Oo nga noh! I have to try cooking left-over pansit like that. Thanks friend!

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  3. I am not a fan of pansit. haha di ko alam kung bakit pero hindi ako mahilig. But this is a fantastic idea :)

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