I tried cooking pancit lomi with soba noodles. While it seemed to be a complex recipe when I eat them in stalls in the Philippines, it turned out to be an easy dish to cook. It does need a lot of ingredients; but it's worth the while once it's on your plate.

Wanna' try cooking pancit lomi too? Follow the simple guides I have in this post.

Cooking Pancit Lomi
Enjoy cooking pansit lomi at home.



Pancit lomi or lomi is a noodle dish with a thick soup, lots of meats and vegetables. It's usually eaten with soy sauce and lime at the side. This Chinese or Filipino style recipe is great for an afternoon snack, lunch and yes, even dinner. It's very much like cooking pancit recipe, though. I suppose pancit lomi uses more meats and has very dense sauce.

Growing up in Batangas (Philippines), I've never thought of actually cooking pancit lomi. There is hardly a need to do so since pancit lomi's are practically everywhere in my hometown. However, now that I am away from home, it's about time I make my own lomi.

Ingredients in cooking pancit lomi:

Cooking Pancit Lomi
Ingredients in cooking pansit lomi
- cooking oil
- garlic, crushed
- onions, chopped
- soba noodles

Cooking Pancit Lomi
Cooking pansit lomi with soba noodles
- pork liver, cut in strips
- pork butt, cut in small cubes

Cooking Pancit Lomi
Cooking pansit lomi with pork butt
- hotdogs or sausages, cut in small sizes

Cooking Pancit Lomi
Cooking pansit lomi with smoked sausages


- kikiam (optional, only if preferred)
- carrots, cut in cubes
- snap beans, cut in halves
- chines cabbage, cut
- chinese celery or kinchay, chopped
- spring onions, chopped
- eggs, beaten

Cooking Pancit Lomi
Cooking pansit lomi with egg


- hot water
- fish sauce
- salt and pepper, to taste

Let's start cooking pancit lomi.
1. Put cooking oil in a very hot pan.
2. Saute' a portion of the garlic.
3. Mix the pork butt with the garlic.
4. Season with salt and pepper when cooked. Set aside.
5. Saute' the rest of the garlic in the same pan.
6. Add in the onions. Mix well.
7. Add the carrots. Mix well.
8. Add the beans. Mix well.
9. Add the hotdogs or sausages and kikiam. Mix well.
10. Put in the seasoned pork. Mix well.
11. Add hot water.

Quick tip:In cooking pancit lomi, you have to put enough water to allow the vegetables to swim. The noodles will absorb the soup later when you put them in. Not enough water will give you a dry dish.
Cooking Pancit Lomi
Cooking pansit lomi: be generous with the water


12. Add the pork liver.
13. Season the soup with fish sauce and pepper.
14. Let it simmer for about 3 minutes to allow the pork liver to cook.
15. When it starts to boil, add in the chinese cabbage. Stir well.
16. Add some of the spring onions and chinese celery.
17.  Add in the soba noodles. Put just enough in the pan that the dish will still have sauce after the noodles are cooked.
18. Lower the heat. Allow it to boil to cook the noodles.
19. Add the beaten eggs while stirring the pan.
20. Taste once more to adjust the flavors. Season with fish sauce and pepper.
21. When cooked, add in the chinese celery.
22. Remove from the stove.
24. Put in the rest of the spring onions and celery for extra aroma and flavor.
25. Serve while hot.

Cooking Pancit Lomi
Cooking pansit lomi

Some like their lomi a bit sour and tangy; some don't. That's why you should always prepare soy sauce and lime at the side when cooking pancit lomi. Also, the soup of pancit lomi is supposed to be thick. While cooking pancit lomi noodles, it's starch should aid as a thickening agent to its soup. In case you've put too much water into your dish, don't worry. Just add hot water and cornstarch into a small bowl. Mix them well and pour some on your dish while cooking pancit lomi until you get your desired consistency.


Remember me when you start cooking pancit lomi at home!



About the Author: Beingwell loves simple home cooking recipes. She enjoys sharing her quick easy meals, including Filipino cooking recipes in this blog. 
Enjoy cooking like a pro!


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9 comments:

  1. Looks delish!!!I haven't tried cooking lomi yet but I might with this very easy to follow recipe of yours. Good luck to me!!!:-)

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  2. Looking at your recipe, I think I can actually make this at home! I love eating lomi at restaurants. I will definitely add kikiam :)

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  3. It's been a while since I've last eaten lomi. Now, you're making me crave! :D Hope I can make this soon. Thank you for such an easy-to-follow recipe!

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  4. My husband always orders lomi when we eat out, but I have never tried making it from scratch at home. thanks for sharing your recipe.

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  5. I don't like lomi =(. But your step by step guide is very helpful to those lomi-lover.

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  6. A soba noodles pala gamit sa lomi. Masarap yan ngayon dahil malamig. "ill ask my husabnd to cook lomi later just in time because we are planning to go to the market later.

    Mommy Maye
    www.momayescraft.tk

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  7. I would like to try cooking this. so you use pala soba noodles :)

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  8. Lomi? I don't like its texture but your recipe is worth bookmarking. It will be an added recipe sa mga 'pansit' recipe ni misis.

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  9. I love this dish too whether hot or cold wheather. Soba noodles pala ang tawag dun. now I know.

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