Pancit Cabagan is a pansit version from the town of Cabagan in Isabela, Philippines. It can be considered as one of the most popular food in the province. This pansit version makes use of miki noodles, Lechon Carajay, and eggs similar to that of Pancit Batil Patung. However, the eggs are boiled and not poached. Quail eggs are commonly used to make this dish.
This pansit version also has more sauce compared to the others. The noodles are not submerged in sauce or broth, so this cannot be categorized as a mami or noodles soup — in my opinion. I think that Pancit Cabagan is a uniquely delicious pancit version that everyone should try. The toppings make Pancit Cabagan more enjoyable. Imaging topping an already yummy pancit with slices of crispy lechon carajay and cooked igado. What more can you as for? Rice — probably.