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Protein
15.7g / 23%
Carbohydrates
30.3g / 44%
Fats
10.2g / 33%
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Filipino Main dish

Chicken Bihon Guisado

1
10Min
Easy

Ingredients

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6 Servings
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2  pcs
Chicken Breast
1.5  cups
Water
4  cloves
Garlic
1  pc
Onion
2  tbsp
Vegetable Oil
0.25  tsp
Ground Pepper
150  g
Bihon
1  pc
Carrot
1  cup
String Beans
1  cup
Cabbage
2  tbsp
Onion Springs

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Nutrition Value

Energy
275.81 kcal
Protein
15.65 g
Carbohydrates
30.29 g
Fats
10.17 g
Information per serving
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Instruction

10 Minutes
Step1
0 Min
Simmer chicken in water for 10 minutes. Set aside the chicken and reserve the broth.
Step2
10 Min
Saute garlic and onion in oil. Pour Broth, simmer and season with Maggi® Magic Sarap® and pepper.
Step3
0 Min
Drain bihon and stir in the broth. Cover and cook for 5 minutes.
Step4
0 Min
Shred cooked chicken. Stir in chicken and vegetables in the noodles. Transfer on a serving plate and garnish with spring onion.
Chicken Bihon Guisado

Step1 of 4

Simmer chicken in water for 10 minutes. Set aside the chicken and reserve the broth.

Chicken Bihon Guisado

Step2 of 4

Saute garlic and onion in oil. Pour Broth, simmer and season with Maggi® Magic Sarap® and pepper.

Chicken Bihon Guisado

Step3 of 4

Drain bihon and stir in the broth. Cover and cook for 5 minutes.

Chicken Bihon Guisado

Step4 of 4

Shred cooked chicken. Stir in chicken and vegetables in the noodles. Transfer on a serving plate and garnish with spring onion.

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I Ian Arias
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Dont you think this recipe lacks so many fundamental steps? I've wondered the entire time what it means to "drain bihon" only to find out in a DIFFERENT RECIPE online that the bihon needs to be soaked in water before it is cooked. I also wondered why there was no soy sauce in the recipe. And following the recipe, by the time when you add the shredded chicken and vegetables there's no water left to cook it. Oh and the suggested amount of water is not enough for 200g of noodles. We had to add about 2 more cups to properly cook all of it. Please review the recipe before someone gets salmonella from the partially cooked chicken.

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