First let’s look at the history of CHOWMEIN Chow mein, (in Mandarin “ch’ao mien”) meaning “stir-fried noodles,” originated in Northern China. While the chow mein served in take-outs and many American Chinese restaurants has been altered to appeal to Western tastes, it is based on an authentic Chinese dish of stir-fried vegetables with boiled noodles.
Note:- These ingredients are according to 2 serves
Chowmein Recipe – Kitchen Chef
Let’s look at the ingredients
100gm noodles 1 Onion- Cut into Thin Slices
1 Capsicum- Cut into Thin Stripes
1 Carrot- Cut into Juliennes
1 Cup Shredded Cabbage
3/4 tsp Salt
1 Tsp White Pepper and a pinch of sugar
1/4 Ajinomoto (OPTIONAL)
1-2 Tsp Soya Sauce
1/2 Tbsp Vinegar
1 1/2 Tsp Chilli Sause
2 Tbsp Olive Oil/ Cooking Oil
1: Boil 3 cups of water add 1 Tsp salt and 1 Tbsp oil in a deep bowl wait for it to boil.
2: Add noodles and mix it very well. Let the noodles be in hot water for 4-5 min or till it gets soft, then strain the water and add 1Tbsp oil over the noodles. Then spread the noodles under the fan.
3: In a Chinese Wok add 1-2 Tbsp oil wait for it to heat then add onions, Capsicums, Carrot stir it and wait for 4-5 min. Then add shredded Cabbage, salt, pepper, sugar and anjinomoto. Mix it very well.
4: Then add Noodles, Vinegar, Chilli sause and Soya Sause and mix well. Cover the lid and wait for 2-3 min and stur once in between. There your Chowmein is ready to serve…ENJOY!!
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