Filipino Bam-i, Cebuano Pansit Recipe

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1/4 kilo vermicelli or sotanghon
1/4 kilo to 1 kilo pancit canton
1/4 kilo shrimp, diced
1/4 kilo pork , diced
1 chicken breast,
4 small pieces filipino sausage, diced
1 onion, diced
1/2 garlic head, macerated
Salt
soy sauce
8 pieces tenga ng daga (black ear fungus)

Soak sotanghon in water. Cut with scissors.Soak tenga ng daga. Cut into smaller pieces.Choose very fresh shrimps. Strip skins and heads. Set aside shrimps. Pound skins and heads using a little hot water, Put these in a small cheesecloth (katsa) and squeeze to extract juice. Set aside.Separate the fatty portions of pork from the lean parts. Cut lean parts into julienne strips. Meanwhile cut fatty pork into cubes, place in a little water, and let boil. Once water evaporates, let pork cook in its own fat until pork cubes look toasted. The fat is ready for the bam-i. Set aside .(You can do this just when you’re about to cook)Boil Chicken breast in enough water that has been seasoned with salt. Shred chicken into thin elongated strips. Set aside broth. Put in your rendered fat (earlier) and pork cubes.Add garlic; saute. Then, onions until transparent (Do not burn), the lean meat strips of pork which is allowed to cook and soften.Add chicken breast pieces, shrimps, and filipino sausage. Let simmer.Add chicken breast pieces, shrimps, and filipino sausage. Let simmer.Add shrimp juice to taste. Let simmer. Add sotanghon, drained, Cook for 2 minutes. Then add pancit canton, which should be broken in manageable lengths (not too short, though!).Add chicken broth and water. You can also add some shrimp juice. The mixture should not be too dry nor too wet. Don’t let sotanghon stick to pan.Season with lots of pepper!Serve with crushed toasted garlic, onion leaves, eggs and parsely.

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