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How To Make Vegetable Chow Mein

How To Make Vegetable Chow Mein

Chef Jeremy Pang welcomes you to this wonderfully easy guide to making vegetable chow mien the traditional way with a nice big old-fashioned wok. He will show you how to fry using a wok properly, the oriental way!

INGREDIENTS

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RECIPE

Serves
3
Prep =
8h
Cook =
2m
Total =
8h:2m

Ingredients

  • 1 handful of beansprouts
  • 2 tbsp cooking oil
  • 80 - 100 g dried egg noodles
  • 1 handful of Chinese green vegetables
  • 1 - 2 tbsp dark soy sauce

Step 1: Prepare The Ingredients

Leave the noodles to soak in warm water for about 3 minutes, before leaving them to dry overnight before usage. Be sure to chop the green vegetables, and shred some spring onions.

Step 2: Add The Green Vegetables

Drizzle the base of the wok with olive oil before you begin frying. Place the green vegetables into the wok before anything else, frying them for about 10 seconds, then push them to the back of the wok gathering them up into a clump making some room for the beansprouts.

Step 3: Add The Beansprouts

Throw the beansprouts into the wok, and after frying and tossing around these beansprouts with the green vegetables after about 30 seconds, gather them all aside again tucking them to the side of the wok, making room for the egg noodles.

Step 4: Add The Noodles

Add some more oil to the wok. Take a decent handful of noodles and throw them into the wok to fry for about 30 seconds, tossing them around with the rest of the ingredients. Add more cooking oil, and stir again for another minute or so.

Step 5: Serve

Once everything is mixed and fried together beautifully, delicately transfer onto a serving plate, and then sprinkle some shredded spring onion on the top as a garnish ready to serve.