Pancit bihon (rice sticks with chicken and vegetables)

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Hello, my name is Connie Veneracion. I cook, I shoot, I write. But I don't do the laundry. I don't like housekeeping very much either... (more about me)

16 Responses

  1. Dear Connie,

    What great timing! I have practically everything in my fridge and freezer for the ingredients. I guess I know what I will be cooking this weekend.

    Thanks for the great tip and recipe.


  2. Connie says:

    Oh, and as an addendum: you can use any kind of meat. :)

  3. apple says:

    Just discovered you. Thank you for your recipes…they sound sooooo yummy. I’ll try them one of these days. Thank you
    What’s Kecap manis ?

  4. Connie says:

    Sweet soy sauce — I’ll insert the link.

  5. Tessa Cruz says:

    Thanks for the recipe Connie! I cooked this for my husband’s birthday and our group’s Bible Study Christmas party and it was a success! It came out exactly as I hoped – flavorful and with the right amount of moisture (too-dry pancit bihon makes me sad, hehehe). I served it with broiled adobong spareribs :)

  6. Connie says:

    Tessa, re “I served it with broiled adobong spareribs”

    What a coincidence — we’re having spare ribs for dinner tonight. :)

  7. Josie says:

    My pancit bihon always comes out dry. I’ll try your recipe as soon as I get kecap manis from the nearby oriental store. Sa picture pa lang mukhang masarap na. Thanks, Connie.

  8. Julie says:

    Hi Connie, hope you and your family had a wonderful Christmas! Question for you: in the absence of a wok (must ask Santa for one next year!), what kind of pot should I use? I have two large enamel cast iron pots, one round, the other oval-shaped. Pwede na kaya one of them? I need to learn how to cook bihon myself, instead of waiting for parties so I can take some home. My son loves bihon and so do I!

  9. Connie says:

    Julie, so long as the pan is shallow. Condensation forms in deep pots and that turns the noodles and veggies soggy.

  10. Crazeecook says:

    Glad I found your site! I tried Pancit Bihon and was really good.

  11. lucy says:

    Hey connie.. greetings from Finland. We´re just about to open our own asian shop and we´re going to print some menu´s for the week etc. just for people to know how to cook some of the products hehe.. ok lang ba sayo gamitin ko yong blog mo for a link?

  12. Cindy says:

    Hi Ms. Connie,

    I tried this recipe of yours a few months back. I apologize for just updating you now. I love it! Your tips really work. My whole family enjoyed it :D

  13. LindsayE says:

    We made this tonight and it was FANTASTIC!!!! Thank you so much!

  14. Nenz says:

    Dear Connie,

    I have followed your blogs for years! First time for me to post a comment. And this one I would really try to make!

    I’ve only started cooking 8 yrs ago and I’m 41! This time I’ve set my heart on cooking for my sister’s 50th next month. The caterer I was hoping to make the pancit is booked already so I will be alone on this one. A bit nervous, this is just one of those dishes I’m making for over 70 guests!!!

    Anyway, just dropping by to give you thanks for sharing and inspiring. You are loved!


    • Connie says:

      Thank you, Nenz. And you have all my best wishes. Good luck with the cooking (I hope you’ll have lots of assistants as cooking for 70 guests is a bit daunting for just one cook) and happy birthday to your sister.