Pancit Lomi |

Pancit Lomi

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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)

50 Responses

  1. Rainbow Ichi says:

    Thanks for the lomi recipe, dad’s been asking me to find it so I can cook the noodles at home.

  2. karen1986 says:

    Where can I find Lomi noodles? I live in upstate newyork.

  3. arlen estacio says:

    hi ms. connie! been lurking your cooking site for almost a year now and its my first time to post a comment. i was just searching on google about lomi recipe and on the top of the list is the one from your website. i was reading all other results and i came across this site ( which uses your post word for word. i knew there was an incident similar to this from your just letting you know..

    your site is really really good, ms connie. keep up the good work!


  4. Connie says:

    arlen, thanks for the info. you know, that’s why i don’t post recipes for traditional filipino dishes anymore.

  5. lina says:

    Hi Ms. Connie,

    Am not a good cook I can only cook when there is a recipe at hand and when i come across of this i got interested because this is one of my sons favorites so please send me your lomi recipe and other recipes too. Thanks so much and morepower to you and your family. God bless.


  6. lina says:

    Hi Ms Connie,

    CAn you send me your lomi recipe and also some of your recipes. Tks so much more power to you and your family. God bless.


  7. Connie says:

    lina, is there any reason why you cannot just read them here?

  8. Yvette says:

    Hi there! u have a wonderful site, ma’am… congratulations! btw, in my friend’s recipe of lomi, she uses cream of corn in packets to make the soup really creamy.

  9. anonymous says:

    mam connie.
    matagal na po kaming subscriber ng pinoycook at naisip ko pong maghanap ng recipe ng pancit lomi.
    meron po akong nakitang recipe na katulad ng sa inyo dito,

    maraming salamat po sa patuloy nyong pagsshare ng mga recipe sa amin.

  10. Connie says:

    Hayyy… another plagiarist. I bet a fellow Filipino did the copying.

  11. lyka says:

    ms connie are there any substitute to lomi noodles? im not in the country right now and my sources are limited. i really wanna cook your recipe. thanks so much.

  12. Lolay says:

    Udon is the best next to lomi noodles but still the lomi noodles in the Philippines taste much better.

  13. anjo says:

    hello, huwag naman pong masyadong negative ang mga Pilipino sa kapwa pilipino…recipe na nga lang na ishashare namumuna pa kayo…basta be proud and try the recipe….if hindi nagwork maaring mali measurement ninyo o di nyo nasunod mga steps….happy cooking and happy eating…godbless sa mga pinoy sa buong mundo

  14. Carla (Dubai) says:

    hi Connie,I have been following your website since one year. I tried pancit lomi last night and even my husband who is not actually eating this complete meal ate and liked it. the only thing is, that the lomi i knew is thick and i dont know what i forgot to add since mine is very watery.

    • Connie says:

      The beaten eggs + the starch in the noodles make the broth thick. If yours was thin, it was either the noodles weren’t cooked long enough, or there was too much broth, or the noodles weren’t starchy enough.

      • hi mam connie im from kuwait nag k idea ako ng uwi ko s pinas n make some good bussines iven n s house k lang i love too t2 cook but lomi ang maganda good bussness khit s bhay k lang pno b mpalapot i2 mark kuwait

        • Connie says:

          Mark, no offense but can you rewrite your comment without using text lingo? Mahirap intindihin eh baka mali yung maisagot ko.

  15. Frances says:

    ask ko lang poh no poh mga korean influence sa filipino cuisine na noodles or other foods?
    tnx tnx poh

    • Connie says:

      You can’t trick me into doing your research paper for you, Frances. Do your own research.

      • frenchy says:

        mwahahaha, natawa ako dito. ayos, ang taray talaga! LOL

        you might wonder why i’m here on this old post. eh kasi maghahanap sana ako ng quick recipe for my own lunch. pagpasok ko dito sa site mo ang tumambad agad na feature ay itong lomi! LOL. pati ata blog mo malakas mang-asar, haha. i wonder if you made speedy ate this with you. hehe.

        • frenchy says:

          ooops, newly dated pala itong post na ito. yung comments lang ang luma.

        • Connie says:

          No, he wasn’t home when I cooked this. And he snorted when he saw the leftover. hahahaha

          • frenchy says:

            Can’t blame him. Hahaha! After I saw the lomi here, I forgot about my lunch and instead I just ate a slice of cake to comfort myself somehow. :)

          • frenchy says:

            Can’t blame him. Hahaha! After I saw the lomi here, I forgot about my lunch and instead I just ate a slice of cake to comfort myself with. :)

  16. Shiela says:

    This is almost same as my sisters recipe,you might wanna try to add some sayote and cabbage…it adds some flavor too andnit tastes really good!!! I cooked it last night and everyone liked it…

  17. Joy says:

    I have never heard of that type of pancit. It looks really good.

  18. Lois says:

    i thought Speedy doesn’t eat lomi? =)

  19. lola says:

    hi connie,
    where can buy your cook book in CEBU.

  20. karen engle carder says:

    I’m not familiar with “kikiam”….what is it?…thanks

  21. nina says:

    I love lomi…na-miss ko tuloy. Hoping to feast on good food on my next vacation….

  22. Jing says:

    My family loves to eat. Infact, I subscribed to your RSS feeds.Marami na akong nalutong dishes that comes from your recipes & one of my favorite is Lomi & fresh lumpia. I also learned how to make fresh lumpia wrapper through your recipe.I had a folder where I stored my compilation of your recipes. So I’m really a fan of yours. One thing that I didn’t try to cook is your beef rendang but I always wanted to try this kaya lang no guts to try it pa medyo parang mahirap hanapin kasi yung ingredients nya eh.Keep on posting new recipes..God Bless

    • Connie says:

      The only challenging part to cooking beef rendang is finding all the herbs and spices. After that, it’s really just stewing. :)

      • uberdoog says:

        I’m here in the land of Beef Rendang. Quite honestly I think we do it better there than here where the rendangs I’ve tasted are tough and over-poweringly flavored. (The rice is always wonderful though.)

  23. Mik says:

    Lomi reminds me of my dad –he introduced me to it when I was very young. Hay, C. Hirap mapadpad sa pinoycook haha nakakagutom!

  24. mhaira says:

    ms.connie thanks for sharing your recipe. more power

  25. Maruhya says:

    Wow! ang sarap! i will have to try this thanks ms.connie pancit bihon lang kasi ang alam kong lutuin eh hehehe yeah oh beef rendang! beef rendang!! i learned to cook rendang from your recipes (becomes our favorite now i made it every two weeks) we loved it!! panay ang ulet namin ng rice! maanghang anghang sarap talaga :) more powers!

  26. rosalie says:

    Hi Ms Connie,
    thanks for sharing your recipe. i actually bought pancit lomi without knowing how to cook it. I have a laptop and internet so i thought of getting online recipe and came across your website. thank you so much and hopefully my kids will love it. im not a good cook so i hope they will eat what i cook…I’ll let you know tom whatever is the outcome of my “experiment” God bless you po.

  27. rosalie says:

    Hi Ate Connie,
    One more thing…do you have like daily menu…menu for the kids…menu that is not easily spoiled. kasi my kids are bringing their food for lunch as early as 6am when they picked up by the school service. and lagi nilang ulam is fried pork, tapa, tocino, chicken. parang ako nagsasawa at naaawa sa kanila. thanks po!

  28. Linda says:

    Hi Ms. Connie… Thank you for sharing your LOMI recipe…will cook this one tonight..God Bless po :-)

  29. ailene says:

    hi ms. connie, i miss cooking your recipes, it’s been 2 months since i last cooked. i am pregnant and was ordered to take a bed rest.

    anyhow, since i got pregnant i am very fond of eating pancit, i requested my father to cook lomi for me. so where else can i find the best tasting lomi, syempre sa site mo.. am so excited to taste your lomi that my father will cook. he’s a good cook too.