Pancit Bato Recipe

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Pancit This stir fried noodle dish is very similar to the well known pancit canton or pancit miki and the only difference is the noodles used in cooking this dish. Although it is called “pancit bato” which if you will translate it literally it will be “stone or rock noodles” but it is not the case. Before I knew this kind of pancit, I already heard about this from other people and read it online. I was thinking it was a unique kind of noodles used in this dish and in my mind I thought the noodles are hard as a rock. And with some research I found out that the reason why it is called pancit bato is the place where it originate. It’s a town in Bato, Camarines Sur. The noodles are not so much different from the other noodles, it is also…

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