The Mumzels make Bami for dinner.

Mumzels love to eat

They prefer to eat whatever food they can find. When people are not at home or sleeping, Mumzels enter the houses looking for food.

Today the Mumzels have found a house where the Humans are not at home and all found tasty vegetables and other ingredients to make a nice meal for all the Mumzels. the Mumzels also find it important to share knowledge with each other, so below is the list of ingredients so that you can also make the dish.

  • 2x leeks
  • 2x onions
  • 4x garlic cloves
  • chill flakes (optional)
  • 4 soup broth cups
  • 10 big noodles Nests
  • 200 grams cooked ham (pork) cubes (optional)
  • 200 grams cooked chicken cubes (optional)
  • 6 Chicken Eggs
  • 2 liter water
  • satay sauce (ready to use or make with water)

The Mumzels start cooking

First boil water with 4 broth cubes in the water, so that it will cook. then the Mumzels start cutting the vegetables. Cut the garlic, onions and leek into very small pieces

The Mumzels do it carefully because the knife they use to cut the vegetables into small pieces is very sharp. the Mumzels prepare 2 dishes 1 with only vegetables in it because some Mumzels are vegetarian and some Mumzels like meat so they add ham (pork) cubes and chicken fillet cubes in it.

When all the vegetables have been cut, it can be placed in the wok pan, where you can cook the vegetables with some olive oil in the pan.

Wok it for about 3 minutes on high heat and then if you want meat in it, add the ham and chicken cubes.

The Mumzels use a toy helicopter to get above the pans to throw all the ingredients into the wokpan

Add the ham cubes and stir-fry everything for another 2 minutes. meanwhile take the Mie (noodles) nests and throw them in the boiled broth and let it boil for 8 minutes.

take the eggs, break them and put them in a separate pan with oil and when you have all 6 eggs in the pan keep stirring continuously.

Add some salt and pepper and possibly chill flakes. and keep stirring until the egg has a firm structure.

When the eggs are ready you can put them in the wok with the rest of the ingredients and stir everything together well. meanwhile you can prepare the pan with satay sauce.

Remove the noodles from the water and let them cool briefly. then also put the Noodles in the wok and let everything stir for a while on high heat (1 minute).

don’t forgot the noodles
(they are not in the picture with the mumzel)

The Mumzels are getting very hungry from the cooking and can hardly wait any longer . all they have to do is divide all the Bami and Sate sauce among the Mumzels on plates and then they can eat deliciously.

Do you also like what the Mumzels have made?

If all goes well you can now make the dish yourself with the help of this story. in the Netherlands we call it Bami.

Noodles originally come from China. The Mumzels love noodles. you can slurp the strings inside. thanks for reading the Mumzels are now going to eat delicious food before the People of the house come home again.

Do you also want your own Recipe or Mumzel story?

that is now possible with the Mumzels Adventures Collection.
you can Minten Mumzels and with these Mumzels you get various utility like picture with your mumzels in it, own mumzel story, stickers – tshirt and much more. check the details on our website

Gepubliceerd door The Mumzels

"Do you hear strange noises on the roof at night? Don't be afraid, it's probably the Mumzels! The Mumzels are creatures that live around us at night, searching for food and items they like to take back to their nest. They can be recognized by their big eyes and feelers on their heads, but they are not easily seen by humans as they consider us dangerous. We have all experienced waking up to an empty cookie jar or misplacing something, only to find it later. This is likely the work of Mumzels in your home. The Mumzels started as a children's book in 2012 and made their way into the NFT, crypto, and Web3 world in February 2022. In addition to their own English blog website, they are also active on social media like Twitter and various NFT communities."

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