Pancit Canton noodles are a type of egg noodle that is commonly used in Filipino cuisine, particularly in dishes such as pancit canton and stir-fried noodle dishes. The noodles are made from wheat flour, eggs, and water, and are often yellow in color. They have a firm and chewy texture and a mild, slightly sweet flavor. Pancit canton noodles are typically cooked by boiling in water until they are tender, and then stir-fried with meat, vegetables, and seasonings. They are a popular and versatile ingredient in Filipino cuisine, and are often used in noodle dishes as well as in soups and salads.