Pancit is the Filipino generic term for "noodles". There are various kinds of noodle dishes in the Philippines based on the kind of noodles use: Pancit Bihon, Pancit Canton, Miswa, Pancit Luglog, Palabok, Pancit Malabon, Pancit Habhab, Miki, Lomi, Mami, Pancit Molo, Sotanghon.

Pancit Bihon

Palabok

Pancit Canton

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