Why Pancit is Best Shared with Family

For us Filipinos, family is everything. We set aside some time for weekly get-togethers with our relatives to catch up and bond. As is the Filipino way, these gatherings wouldn’t be complete without plenty of dishes, snacks, and of course, pancit. Pancit, especially canton bihon guisado, is one of those foods that bring people together and make them feel happy, satisfied, and full. Because of this, it’s safe to say that pancit is the perfect dish shared with loved ones.

Be ready for your next family gathering with canton bihon guisado made with Sapporo noodles. Follow Chef Bambi on how you can cook this tasty dish at home, or take a look at the recipe below:


2 tbsps. oil

½ white onion

4 cloves garlic

1 medium carrot, julienned

Handful  dried shiitake mushroom

12 large shrimps, shelled, cut into half

5 cups shrimp broth

3 tbsps. fish sauce

3 tbsps. oyster sauce

3 tbsps. soy sauce

2 tsps.    sugar

handful  snow peas

1 cup Baguio beans, sliced

2 cups cabbage, chopped

2 bundles Sapporo Bihon (Rice noodles), boiled

150g Sapporo Pancit Canton


  1. Heat oil. Sauté onion and garlic. Add carrot. Sauté for a few minutes.
  2. Add mushroom and shrimp. After a minute, add broth, fish sauce, oyster sauce, soy sauce, sugar, pepper, Baguio beans and snow peas.
  3. Once boiling, add Sapporo canton noodles. Once cooked, add Sapporo bihon noodles and cabbage.
  4. Turn off heat after 2 minutes. Serve.

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