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Chicken Chow Mein
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Chow mein is a Chinese-American dish that is commonly found in Asian restaurants in the US. Chicken chow mein is the most popular, consisting of small slices or cubes of chicken and vegetables like bean sprouts, mushrooms, water chestnuts, bamboo shoots, and green onions. Chow mein technically means "fried noodles" in Chinese so the dish is commonly served over crisp noodles.
These recipes are very flexible and you can incorporate fresh, frozen or even canned vegetables to suit your tastes. The noodles can be purchased in the Asian section of your supermarket. They often come in bags or cans. You can also serve these recipes with rice (steamed white rice is best!).
Quick And Easy Chow Mein
photo: CDKitchen Made with chow mein noodles or rice, onions, butter, diced cooked chicken, celery, vegetables, chicken broth, soy sauce, sugar, cornstarch stovetop Chicken Chow Mein With Water Chestnuts And Bean Sprouts
photo: CDKitchen Made with carrots, green onions, celery, chicken broth, sugar, light soy sauce, crushed red pepper flakes, ground ginger, garlic, sliced water chestnuts crock pot, stovetop Leftover Chow Mein Made with cornstarch, soy sauce, bean sprouts, bouillon, pork, beef or chicken, onion, celery stovetop Chicken Chow Mein With Wonton Noodles Made with chicken broth, oyster sauce, soy sauce, salt and pepper, cornstarch, water, wonton noodles, celery, bok choy or broccoli stovetop
Pineapple Chicken Chow Mein Made with cornstarch, oil, onions, celery, bean sprouts, pineapple, chicken bouillon cubes, salt, black pepper, brown sugar stovetop Baked Chicken Chow Mein Made with cornstarch, white pepper, Chinese-style steamed noodles or cooked thin egg noodles, chicken stock, ginger, dried Chinese mushrooms, onions, Chinese flowering chives or green onions, bean stovetop, oven