Easy Asian Noodle Recipe - Beat me with a wet noodle. It's vegan!
This Asian Noodle Recipe comes to your rescue when you're craving for an Oriental vegan dish without going for a take-out.
Be the master of this Asian noodle recipe and you may hold off on that Chinese take-out. This is the healthy vegetarian vegan version of that Filipino Pancit noodles.
Vegetarian Asian Noodle. You may also call it Pancit if your are a Filipino descent. It's actually made of Lo-Mein noodles and cooked following a Filipino Pancit Recipe.
Okay, you may run for a Chinese take-out if you are feeling a little lazy in the kitchen. But before you do that, just give this Asian noodle recipe a try.
Save that take-out money because with this Filipino Pancit recipe you'll know what you put in your dish. No artificial seasonings. No MSG. Less sodium content.
In American-Chinese cuisine, this noodle is known as Lo-Mein. In Filipino-American cuisine it is known as Filipino Pancit bihon (if there's rice sticks noodle mixed in it). In this case, it's just a good ole Asian noodle dish.
These noodles are soft like the Chinese LoMein. They can come packaged and already cooked. They are usually made of wheat so for those who are intolerant to wheat gluten, your best bet is to use the rice noodles or Filipino rice sticks.
This is Asian Noodle Recipe, so you gotta have the noodle. This one is labeled 'Lutong Pancit'.
- Lo-Mein Oriental noodles
- Chinese Broccoli, Bokchoy, kale or any green vegetable will do
- Shiitake Mushrooms or any mushroom will do
- Crushed garlic
- chopped onion
- crushed ginger (an inch is good)
- Tamari Soy Sauce - Use it to your liking!
- Salt and Pepper to taste
- You can put julienned carrots or red bell peppers for color and crunch if you wish.
Soak or rinse the Asian noodles in very hot water for a few minutes (putting them in a rolling boil of water is preferable). Pour the liquid out. Set aside.
Put a bit of oil in a wok or large fry pan and saute the garlic, ginger and onions until soft.
Add in the mushrooms and stir for a few minutes until mushrooms are wilted.
Add in the green vegetables and continue to stir.
When the greens are wilted, add the noodles. Stir until everything is mixed in and cooked.
Season with soy sauce, salt and pepper. Serve with lemon wedges.
Hmm. Home cooked meal just like visiting the motherland without packing up a suit case traveling 10,000 miles away crossing the international dateline. This dish is very filling. If you like pasta, you would like LoMein and Pancit too.
Try this vegetarian pansit recipe for a change!
Suggested Cookware: Cook it in a wok for more wiggle room!
This versatile appliance can be used as a mixing bowl, a pot to boil something in, even a dish pan and what's it intended for - sauteing, frying and stir-frying delicious dishes.
The bigger the wok, the better. Woks have more room than the traditional fry pan!
Cook your Asian food such as Filipino Pancit Bihon with mushrooms and spices instead of meat. It taste so much cleaner without all the animal fat in it. Besides, it's better for the waistline too.
A tasty quick fix meal is always favorable in the kitchen. With just plain simple ingredients, you'll whip up a delicious meal in a hurry.
Oriental vegetarian LoMein is a definite 'go to' vegetarian dish that's much healthier than a take-out knowing that you know exactly what you put in it!
Asian noodles have become widely available in supermarket these days. Because they're already cooked, they're usually found in the refrigerated section of the of the grocery stores to keep them fresh.
With this Asian noodles recipe you can mix any green vegetable you like in it. Make mushrooms as substitute for meat or fish. This easy vegetarian dish is more economical & convenient than going for a Chinese take-out for sure!
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