Since I was not able to purchase the shrimp for my Bam-I, I decided to make it without the shrimp and honestly it still taste delicious. Here are the following lists of ingredients and the procedure on how to make your own Bam-i dish. Enjoy!
You will need:
1/2 pound of chicken (shredded, boiled)
1/2 pound pork
Chinese sausage (optional)
8 ounce of the flour stick noodles (Pancit Canton)
6 ounces of the vermicelli noodles (Sotanghon Noodles), soak in water
2 cups of chicken stock or broth
2 or 3 cups of cabbage
1/4 cup of carrots, slice thinly
1 small onion, dice
1 piece chicken cube
1 tbsp garlic, mince
salt/ground black pepper to taste
1. Heat cooking pan or pot and saute garlic, onions and add the slice pork. Pan fry them for 3 minutes or until brown.
2. Place the Chinese sausage and shredded chicken. Cook for 5 minutes.
3. Add soy sauce, salt, black pepper, chicken cube and chicken stock or broth. Let it boil for about 8 minutes.
4. Put the carrots and cabbage. Cook for 2 minutes.
5. Place the vermicelli noodles (sotanghon) in the pan and stir it.
6. Also put in the flour stick noodles. Mix it well and cook until the liquid is gone.
7. Put scallions for toppings and slice lemon.
8. Serve hot and paired it with ice cold soda.
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