All-Vegetable Chow Mein
Servings
3
Cooking
5-10 mins
Calories
1

Vegetable Chow Mein is a traditional meal for the Chinese, which claims to be one of the most popular dishes found in the country. The name Chow Mein is etymologically derived from the word chāu-mèing meaning fried noodles. Though the inception of the dish was in China, it is now widely popular in the UK, USA and India.

Ingredients

30ml/1fl oz sesame oil

50g/1.75oz shallots, thinly sliced

30g/1oz garlic, minced

50g/1.75oz red bell pepper, sliced

100g/3.5oz sweet peas

25g/1oz dried shiitake mushrooms, rehydrated and sliced

100g/3.5oz oyster mushrooms

100g/3.5oz uncooked Chinese rice noodles

30ml/1fl oz kecap manis(sweet soy sauce)

All-Vegetable Chow Mein

Ingredients

30ml/1fl oz sesame oil

50g/1.75oz shallots, thinly sliced

30g/1oz garlic, minced

50g/1.75oz red bell pepper, sliced

100g/3.5oz sweet peas

25g/1oz dried shiitake mushrooms, rehydrated and sliced

100g/3.5oz oyster mushrooms

100g/3.5oz uncooked Chinese rice noodles

30ml/1fl oz kecap manis(sweet soy sauce)


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3 Servings

5-10 minutes

1 cals

Vegetable Chow Mein is a traditional meal for the Chinese, which claims to be one of the most popular dishes found in the country. The name Chow Mein is etymologically derived from the word chāu-mèing meaning fried noodles. Though the inception of the dish was in China, it is now widely popular in the UK, USA and India.

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