Tag: Pancit
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Pancit Luglug

If you have some time on your hands, and if there are at least two of you in the kitchen, then prepare Pancit Lulug because it is sarap! My cousin was in town for the holidays and we decided to make Pancit Luglug which requires shrimp,…

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Pancit Malabon

Pancit Malabon, Pancit Palabok and Pancit Luglug, they all look alike and taste alike so what are the differences between these noodles? Well upon observations I guess here are the differences between them: Noodles – Palabok uses bihon noodles which are thin strands of rice noodles…

Filipino Food Fridays: Pancit Mami

If I knew how easy it was to make pancit, I would be making this dish more often. I really enjoyed the greasy taste of the final product; the mami noodles were perfect! The recipe didn’t require much preparation, which has its advantages and disadvantages: I…

Pancit Sotanghon

Pansit Sotanghon is another variant of the different noodle dishes that the Philippine cuisine can offer, other popular pancit varieties are: Bihon Guisado, Pancit Canton, Pancit Luglug, Pancit Malabon, Pancit Miki Bihon and Pancit Palabok to list some, but there are definitely more varieties specially when your country…

Pancit Cabagan

Pancit Cabagan is one hell of a delicious noodle dish that originated from the Isabela province, like any other noodle dishes in the Philippines its roots are of Chinese origin. This dish for me looks like a cross between the Pancit Canton and Pancit Palabok, sometimes it…

Pancit Batil Patung Upclose

I wouldn’t be surprised if Anthony Bourdain and his crew find their way to the northern tip of the Philippines to try the much loved Batil Patung. Batil Patung is the local version of stir fried noodles served with an egg topping (patung). and a side serving of egg…

Pancit Sotanghon with Sardines

Last weekend was all rainy here in my side of the world. Though I don’t like rain (especially very hard rain that could stop me from doing things), I just love the sound of it. It kinda makes me feel relaxed. Ehhhr, I guess lazy is the…

Pancit Bihon

Pancit Bihon is a classic Filipino noodle dish. It’s pronounced pan-seet bee-hon.  Bihon is a kind of rice noodle. It cooks fast so be sure not to leave it under the boiling water for too long. In fact, making Pancit Bihon is quick and delicious. All you…

Pancit Palabok—Queen of Noodles

Pancit is one of those pinoy foods that can be eaten almost any time of the day, like rice. And for many pinoys I know, it is eaten WITH rice, as ulam (viand). At home we love pancit—be it canton, bihon or miki. The queen of…