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    Thursday, October 13, 2011

    Bam-i


    A touch of Chinese cuisine, but Bam-i is a Visayan dish , its a version of pancit-bihon in Luzon. It is one of my favorite dishes when it comes to noodles. I like the combination of these noodles, both are smooth and firm. In the places that I've visited, most of the time fresh egg noodles( pancit) is not always available as well as bee-hon ( bihon) so this is my version of this recipe.

    Ingredients:
    2 packs instant noodles ( cooked without the flavoring)
    100 grams vermicelli noodles ( sotanghon)
    3 cloves garlic
    1 pc small onion
    1 pc carrot ( strips)
    1 small chuchu or sayote ( strips)
    1/2 kilo cabbage
    4 tablespoons soy sauce
    3 pieces chicken hotdog
    1 glass water

    (vermicelli)Sotanghon
    Procedure:
    1. Saute onion and garlic
    2. Add the sliced hotdog, pour in the soy sauce simmer for a minute.
    3. Add the water and let it boil.
    4. Put the vermicelli cover for few minutes
    5. Put the carrots and chuchu simmer for 2 minutes ( just add water if necessary)
    6. Put the cabbage and the cooked instant noodles mix it well.
    7. Serve it hot and sprinkle it with spring onion.



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    10 comments:

    1. ACTUALLY... USING SOTANGHON TO MAKE BAM-I IS NOT YOUR OWN VERSION... WE BEEN USING SOTANHGON AND CANTON WHEN WE MAKE BAM-I FOR A VERY LONG TIME..EVEN WHEN I WAS A LIL KID..MY GRANDMA ALWAYS MAKE IT THAT WAY BECAUSE SHE SAID HER MOTHER TAUGHT HER TO MAKE BAM-I USING PANCIT CANTON AND SOTANGHON..SO, IN DUE RESPECT... YOU CAN'T SAY " THIS IS MY VERSION OF THIS RECIPE".. YOU CAN'T TAKE CREDIT FOR SOMETHING THAT HAS BEEN GOING ON DECADES AGO...

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      1. I know that's why I didn't claim that bam-i is my own recipe, but this bam-i recipe is my own version in the sense that I used INSTANT noodles and not pancit canton, and I used hot dog and not chicken, pork or beef which are the usual meat for this recipe. That is why I said THIS is my own version, only this not the BAM-I itself.

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    2. Geezzz! People need to READ before they react and make some rude comment.
      By the way, love your recipe very simple but taste yummy. Thank you so much for sharing it!

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    3. Hi mely, just want to thank you for all these delicious recipes. It really help busy moms to whip up something delicious.
      Pls do post your favorite recipes (own version or not kc i always check your site for new post.
      Just lov ya :-)
      -joy

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    4. Again, thank you. Just love all your postings.
      Pls post anything you like.. because we just love them. Just love them. Love them. Love them.
      :-)
      -joy

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    5. Thank you so much Joy. Smile for you :-).

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    6. I love your recipes and have actually cooked a lot of them. I love Bam-i too and your VERSION is awesome! Gotta try this one.

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    7. You have to read first before make a comment. Mely said, she used instant noodles not the pancit canton.

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    8. I love your page, its helping a lot! Can you please post the procedure of Japanese cake which is very familiar in cart business. Thank u

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    9. your blog is a great help to me when am thinking of other ulam to cook. will try this and use egg noodle instead. :)

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    Item Reviewed: Bam-i Rating: 5 Reviewed By: Mely
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