Pancit means noodles in Filipino. It may refer to common stir fried noodles such as Bihon and Canton, or it can also be noodle soup dishes such as mami and batchoy. I have compiled 30 of our different kinds of Pancit recipes in this post so that you can easily browse and choose your favorite pancit dishes. You […]
Simple Pancit Palabok is a version wherein you can make your own palabok or luglog by using the minimum ingredients possible. What makes this palabok recipe good is the idea that you can have the same delicious pancit palabok taste using fewer ingredients, which leads to a lower costs. Consider this as a budget palabok […]
Chicken Pancit Medley is an easy chicken pancit recipe that I made using 2 types of noodles: bihon (also known as rice sticks) and sotanghon (also called green bean thread). This dish is quick and easy to make and it is also budget-friendly. The chicken meat that I used from this pancit recipe was from […]
Pancit Canton is a great tasting Filipino Noodle dish. It is often served during birthdays and special occasions to symbolize long life. Aside from the symbolism, it is perfectly delicious. Pancit Canton is a type of Lo Mein or tossed noodles. This actual noodles are called flour sticks; it is prepared with several ingredients, which […]
Pancit Udon is my own version of Pancit using udon noodles. This Pancit Udon recipe is very easy to follow and it taste really good too. If you want a different noodle other than canton, bihon, sotanghon, or palabok, this Pancit Udon Recipe is worth your time. Unlike the other pancit recipes that we featured, […]
Pancit Bato is a type of Filipino Noodle that originated in the town of Bato, in Camarines Sur (Bicol region, Philippines). Pancit Bato Noodle Soup is a good way to cook using this noodle. Think of this dish as a healthier and more delicious version of your favorite instant noodle soup; it is simple yet […]
Pansit or Pancit Guisado is a Filipino noodle dish and is a staple second to rice. This was brought by the chinese and was localized since then. This dish uses “Bihon” or rice sticks mixed with pork, chicken, and vegetebles.