Bamischijf

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Bamischijf
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Bamischijf
TypeSweet roll
CourseSnack
Place of originNetherlands
Region or stateNorthwestern Europe
Created byChinese Indonesian cuisine
Main ingredientscurrants or raisins
VariationsChelsea bun

A bamischijf (baomisjeif). Dutch pronunciation: [bamisxɛi̯f] is a Dutch snack consisting of a slice (Dutch: schijf) of bami, breaded and deep-fried.[1] It is a Dutch modification of a Chinese-Indonesian noodle dish bakmi goreng.[2] Nasischijf is a similar dish made with nasi goreng.

Preparation[edit]

The filling is prepared using a base of cooked bami. The ingredients are similar to those for bami goreng: vegetables and meat, with Indonesian spices and sauces. The noodles are packed as thick as possible so that the product's filling becomes dough-like in consistency. This mass is formed into a sausage roll, from which slices are cut. These slices are breaded and fried.

Much of this snack's production takes place in factories, where the product is prepared and then frozen, before being shipped to snackbars.

Variation[edit]

Varieties of bamischijf usually named after its shape; bamiblok (bami block), bamibal (bami ball) and bamihap (bami bite).

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Bami Schijf". National Post. March 6, 2013. Retrieved 13 October 2013.
  2. ^ Arrisje (Jul 8, 2012). "Bami Schijf (Dutch)". Kinfolk Recipes. Retrieved 27 August 2015.