Pancit Bihon 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 Pancit Bihon Recipe uses “Bihon” or rice sticks mixed with pork, chicken, and vegetables. This dish is always served during Fiesta, birthday parties, and other special occasions.
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I like Pancit Bihon because it tastes good and it can be a complete meal by ityself. Aside from the fact that I have been eating this since I was a child, there is something really nice in every Pancit Bihon Recipe that is worth liking.
Try this Pancit Bihon Recipe and let me know what you think.
Pancit Bihon Recipe
- 1 lb pancit bihon Rice Noodles
- 1/2 lb. pork cut into small thin slices
- 1/2 lb. chicken cooked, deboned, and cut into thin slices
- 1/8 lb. pea pods or snow pea
- 1 cup carrot
- 1/2 small cabbage chopped
- 1 cup celery leaves chopped finely
- 1 medium sized onion chopped
- 1/2 tbsp garlic minced
- 1 pc chicken cube
- 5 tbsp soy sauce
- 3 to 4 cups water
- In a large pot, Saute the garlic and onion
- Add the pork and chicken then let cook for 2 minutes
- Add the chicken cube and water then simmer for 15 minutes
- Put in the carrots, pea pod, cabbage, and celery leaves and simmer for a few minutes
- Remove all the ingredients in the pot except for the liquid and set them aside
- In the pot with the liquid in, add the soy sauce and mix well
- Add the pancit bihon (makes sure to first soak it in water for about 10 minutes) and mix well. Cook until liquid evaporates completely
- Put-in the vegetables and meat that were previously cooked and simmer for a minute or two
- Serve hot. Share and enjoy!
Excellent recipe. I have had pancit bihon made by people born in the Philippines. This is very similar and tastes just about the same. Very easy to make.
Made it with a twist -- Being not a pork consumer I doubled the chicken, pressure cooked in 2 cups of water seasoned with salt, pepper and a Tbsp of turmeric with chunks of carrots and celery. I saved the broth, with solids strained off. The broth replaced the chicken cube and water called for in the recipe.
I used half pound of bihon and veggies available in the refrigerator -- asparagus in lieu of snow peas, carrots, celery stalks in place of leaves, cabbage and bell pepper.
With additional seasoning of patis (fish sauce) and ground pepper it made a very noticeable difference in taste from the first I followed the recipe to a tee.
Did I give it a 5-⭐️? You bet I did!
Delicious and surprisingly easy to cook! I omitted the snow peas/pea pods. Just out of preference. So good, I’m learning how to perfect it to cook it for my family and friends.
Hi Mr. Merano,
I always love this recipe! I would love to try this to bring for our fishing trip but I have a concern it might get bad, do you think this is a good idea for a fishing picnic food to bring?
Romel Redoblado says
OMG! I’m so terrified of making Pancit Bihon until today. Your recipe is so simple and yet tastes ahhhmazing! I can’t wait to share this dish with my family and friends! They would never believe that I made but I’ve never felt so accomplished and PROUD!
Regina Deypalan says
Very instructional guide of cooking like me who is a begginner. It gives me boost for myself to discover and enjoy cooking with your instructions that can be understand and to be cook in affordable ingradients. Keep it up.
How can I make this on the Instant Pot pls?
Nanci bednar says
This is the recipe I learned in the Navy from my Philippino friends…I would love to find the recipe for a sweet rice cake that they used to make too..
Love it! I add black pepper for a little spice. More power po!