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Taste Of Sponsorship: The Philippines

It's time for another recipe -- and trust us, you want to try this one whether you sponsor a child in the Philippines or not!

Pansit Bam-I (also sometimes spelled Pancit) is Cebuano dish, meaning it is a specialty of Cebu Island where One Child Matters has several projects. The mix of mushrooms and meat with the two types of noodles (egg noodles and bean thread or vermicelli noodles) create fantastic flavor.

We used chicken, shrimp, and pork to create this tasty dish. We had trouble finding chorizo bilbao, but you can probably find it at an Asian market.

As you can see, there are a lot of ingredients that go into this. We had to divide the ingredients among two skillets (a wok would be ideal), so make sure you use a larger pan available, or halve this recipe. As currently written, this easily fed 8 people with plenty of leftovers!

Overall cook time was over an hour but well worth it.

Pansit Bam-I is traditionally served at birthdays because the long noodles signify longevity, but it is served all over the Philippines' southern islands.

Have you had Pansit Bam-I? Would you consider making this recipe? We highly recommend it!

To download the entire recipe, click here!

Reader Comments (1)

looks good.

August 11, 2013 | Unregistered CommenterSA

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