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This was a lovely meal, the flavor was really indonesian! I used wok noodle who "grow". Next time I will use the half amount of noodle or I would double the other ingredient.
Thanks for recipe!

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awalde February 17, 2011

This is great! The rating is based on the following changes: I used egg noodles, no chicken breasts (served this with Kai Pad Bai Kaprow - Ground Chicken Stir Fried with Basil - Kai Pad Bai Kaprow), 1.5 leeks, 1/2t chicken bouillion, and I added about 4T ketjap manis in addition to 1/4c (recipe from dvo.com - just google ketjap manis). I forgot to add the ginger and I didn't have any sambal oelek.

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mle234 January 10, 2009

We liked this one a LOT! I made half a recipe for 3 people and still had leftover. So a full recipe would feed well over 6. I used a 16oz ribeye sliced, for the meat. I added sliced mushrooms, carrots, and bean sprouts with the leek, but skipped adding the celery. I also used a 9 ounce package of fresh Chinese noodles instead of the spaghetti and it was wonderful. Thanks again for a great recipe and thank your grandmother again as well.

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Sue Lau May 01, 2008

MMMM! Best bami I've ever made! I like to use mie noodles or tagliatelle nests instead of spaghetti & substitute the beef bouillon cube with chicken bouillon. Also added 1 red pepper, 2 carrots (julienned) & bean sprouts. Served with peanut satay sauce, fried eggs & kroepoek (shrimp chips). Thanks for posting!

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Jetje November 19, 2007
Bami Goreng (Indonesian Version of Lo Mein)