Easy Chicken Chow Mein
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"So it is an original Chinese dish after all. It is predominantly made outside of China, this much is true, but it does have its roots in Cantonese cuisine, chow mein meaning simply ‘fried noodles’. Chicken is the most popular meat topping for the noodles but pork, prawns, beef or tofu are all acceptable. What can I say? I adore noodles. I could live on noodles, be it wheat or rice, udon or glass. As long as they are dressed with some decent sauce, a few shreds of pak choi or beansprouts, I’m theirs until the bottom of the bowl. Or the bottom of the box – because that’s one takeaway staple most of us couldn’t give up."
Preparation Time10 min
Chilling Time20 min
Cooking Time10 min
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