Sunday, June 28, 2009

Pancit, mami and other noodles dishes of the Philippines

Pancit or pansit is a very popular noodle dish of the Philippines. In fact, the Philippines has a lot of noodle dishes. After the longganisa series (which I have yet to complete), it's now time to talk about pancit, mami, at iba pa! Many localities have their own noodle dishes, pancit being the most popular of course.

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  • Atay con Misua (Binondo, Manila)
  • Chami (Binondo, Manila)
  • Chami (Sariaya, Quezon)
  • Chamisua (Binondo, Manila)
  • La Paz Batchoy (Iloilo City)
  • Lobihon (Binondo, Manila)
  • Lomi (Batangas)
  • Maki Mi (Binondo, Manila)
  • Mami
  • Pancit Alanganin
  • Pancit Batil Patung (Tuguegarao, Cagayan)
  • Pancit Bato
  • Pancit Bihon
  • Pancit Bihongundoy
  • Pancit Cabagan (Cabagan, Isabela)
  • Pancit Cabagan (Tuguegarao, Cagayan)
  • Pancit Canton
  • Pancit Efuven (Iloilo City)
  • Pancit Estacion (Tanza, Cavite)
  • Pancit Guisado
  • Pancit Habhab (Lucban, Quezon)
  • Pancit Langlang (Tagalog Region)
  • Pancit Lomi (see Lomi)
  • Pancit Luglog (Pampanga)
  • Pancit Luglog (Tagalog Region)
  • Pancit Malabon
  • Pancit Marilao (Bulacan)
  • Pancit Molo (Iloilo City)
  • Pancit Miki
  • Pancit Miki-Bihon Guisado
  • Pancit Morong
  • Pancit Musiko (Vigan)
  • Pancit ng Bataan
  • Pancit Palabok
  • Pancit Puti (Manila)
  • Pancit Sotanghon
  • Pansit Sabaw
Related article: Dictionary of Philippine street food
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