Homemade Baked Chicken Breast and Pancit Bihon with Chicken

It was too hot earlier today so instead of going out to eat lunch, I thought of cooking. Thanks to hubby for buying the ingredients so I can do another kitchen experiment. For lunch earlier today, I made baked chicken breast, pancit bihon (Filipino rice noodle dish) with chicken and garlic butter fried rice. It took me more than an hour to prepare and cook everything. 
Baked Chicken Breast

For the baked chicken breast, I used five medium-sized pieces. Each piece was coated on both sides with little oil first (I didn't have olive oil so I used sunflower oil instead) and then with a mixture of brown sugar, garlic powder, oregano, salt, pepper, and paprika. The chicken breasts were baked for 20 minutes at 220
°C. While waiting, I prepared the bihon (rice sticks), and cooked rice. An egg was boiled with the rice. 
Pancit Bihon with Chicken

The bihon was soaked in water for 10 minutes. Other ingredients like 4 chicken breasts, 1 piece of the chicken cube, carrots, long beans, green bell pepper, half Chinese cabbage, garlic, onion, Japanese soy sauce, and water 
were also prepared. The chicken breasts, carrots (3/4 cup), and long beans (2 pieces) are cut into smaller pieces as well as the garlic (1/2 tbsp) and onion (1 tbsp). A half medium-sized green bell pepper and half Chinese cabbage were cut into thin pieces. 

Garlic and onion were sautéed in a frying pan. Green bell pepper was added along with the chicken, chicken cube, and water. The mixture was simmered for 15 minutes. The rest of the ingredients except Japanese soy sauce were added. They were allowed to simmer for a few minutes before they were all taken out from the pan and placed in a separate container to be used later. Only the liquid remained. The soy sauce was then added and mixed well with the remaining liquid in the pan before the bihon was added. The mixture was simmered until it was dry and had no more liquid. The rest of the ingredients were then added back to the pan.
Garlic Butter Fried Rice

Half of the rice was fried with 1/2 tbsp garlic, 2 tablespoons butter, and two chopped spring onions. Everything was mixed and cooked for about 2 minutes. However, if you are watching your calorie consumption, you can skip fried rice.