Meet Compassion graduate Rose and learn how to cook her delicious noodles!
4 Apr, 2016
Reader, meet Rose. Rose grew up in a mountainous area of the Philippines where she lived in a tiny one-roomed wooden house along with 14 relatives. There was no money for school fees and little food. At 7-years-old, Rose was sponsored through Compassion and her life changed.
She was able to go to school, get health check-ups and eat nutritious meals at the local Compassion project. Today, Rose has a Masters in Education and is able to support her family in the Philippines. ¬†
When she was a sponsored child, one of Rose‚Äôs favourite meals was Pancit Bihon or Filipino Noodles. Here‚Äôs her delicious recipe!
Pancit Bihon (Filipino Noodles)
1 kg vermicelli noodles
1 tbspn of olive or vegetable oil
1 onion, finely sliced
5 cloves of garlic, minced
500g chicken breasts, sliced
1 cube of chicken or vegetables stock (dissolve in hot water)
1 cabbage (approx.200g)
3 carrots, julienned
200g green beans, julienned
1/4 cup soy sauce
Submerge the dry noodles in boiled water and set them aside while you prepare everything else.
Place a large skillet or wok on the stove over a medium heat and pour in the vegetable oil.
It was incredible to see the Different Path appeal raise ¬£2.2 million – your donations were matched by the UK government. One year on, this means that we‚Äôve been able to open 20 new projects and continue funding three existing Child Survival projects.