How to make it

  • One or 2 hours before cooking, rinse the mung bean sprouts so that they have time to drain thoroughly.
  • Cut the chicken into thin strips and set aside.
  • Soften the noodles by placing them in boiling salted water. Plunge into cold water to stop the cooking process and drain thoroughly.
  • Heat a wok or frying pan over medium-high to high heat. Add 2 tablespoons oil. When the oil is hot, add noodles. Fry in batches until golden. Remove the noodles from the pan.
  • Heat 2 tablespoons oil in a wok. Add garlic and meat. Let the meat brown briefly, then stir-fry until the redness is gone and the meat is nearly cooked through.
  • Add the rest of the vegetables (except for the green onion), chicken broth mix well for 2-3 mintues.
  • Making a "well" in the middle of the wok for the sauce. Add oyster sauce, soy sauce, salt, pepper, cornstarch and quickly stir and mix everything together. Stir in noodle and green onions.
  • Place on serving plate and it ready to serve..Best serve hot.

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  • hunnee 8 years ago
    so needed a chow mein recipe, none of my friends will give me theirs but I'm glad you shared yours :)
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  • taqwatawheed 10 years ago
    You could also add into the vegetables some green (and red) peppers/capsicum & carrots that are cut thin and long. Add chopped green chillies and ginger paste with the meat to add more flavour, spice and aroma. Yuuuuuuum!!!
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    " It was excellent "
    brianna ate it and said...
    Now, this is my idea of chow mein with the soft noodles. I can't wait to try this great recipe. 5 forks
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