Lomi
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When Filipinos find themselves chilly during of the Philippines’ fierce typhoons, many of them find comfort in a bowl of warm, savory, and thick lomi, an egg noodle dish that is part of a complex Philippine family of pancit.

Recipe for Lomi
Can’t wait to make your own bowl of lomi? Why not try this recipe?
Ingredients for Cooking Lomi
  • cabbage – 1 ½ cups; chopped
  • carrot – 1 piece; chopped
  • chicken and/or pork – ½ cup; cooked; sliced
  • chicken balls – ½ cup; fried; halved
  • cooking oil – ¼ cup
  • cornstarch – ¼ cup; dissolved in water measuring about ½ cup
  • eggs – 2 pieces; raw; beaten
  • garlic – 4 cloves; pounded
  • granulated seasonings
  • kikiam – ½ cup; fried; sliced
  • liquid seasonings
  • lomi noodles – ¼ kilogram
  • onion – 1 piece chopped
  • shrimps – ¼ cup; cooked; shelled
Steps to Cook Lomi
  1. In a pan set over medium heat, sauté garlic and onion until onion is clear and garlic is slightly brown.
  2. Add in chicken and/or pork.
  3. Add in shrimp.
  4. Stir fry for about three minutes.
  5. Pour in water.
  6. Simmer until water has dissolved. This should take at least five minutes.
  7. Pour in broth.
  8. Allow to boil. This should take at least ten minutes.
  9. Dip noodles in broth.
  10. Add in carrot and cabbage.
  11. Again, simmer for about three minutes.
  12. Add in cornstarch.
  13. Sprinkle the seasonings.
  14. Place eggs.
  15. Stir everything.
  16. Serve immediately in bowls.
That’s it! Your Philippine lomi is ready. Eat it while steaming hot and with calamansi, soy sauce, and chili sauce.



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