Top-ranked recipe named "Chicken Chow Mein"
Quick, healthy, and I find that it goes so quick that there is never any second helpings or leftovers.
"I wouldn't change anything, this was a huge winner with my fussy kids. I doubled the ingredients and only had a tiny bit left over."- Angelang
Put a saucepan of water on to boil.
Mix 1 cup of water slowly to the cornflour until all mixed in and no lumps. (Set aside).
Heat oil on medium high in wok or large deep frypan, when hot add chicken and stirfry for 4 minutes, when turned white add garlic, onion and carrot and stirfry 2 minutes, add celery, cauliflower, broccoli and bellpepper(capsicium) stirfry another 2 minutes.
Put noodles in saucepan to cook.
Stir cornfour mixture then add along with the soy sauce to the chicken and vegetables, stirfry until thickened.
Place noodles on plates and top with stirfry.
You can also make this with pork, beef or prawns.
You can leave out meat and add extra veggies such as bean sprouts, bamboo shoots, baby corn or bok choy.
You can also serve this with rice noodles or rice.
Important to have everything pre-prepared and close at hand and a saucepan of water heating on the stove for the noodles.
Poppysangel 3 weeks agoI added some lemon (as another user suggested), upped the amount of soy, added pepper and a pinch of salt, omitted cauliflower and used chopped broccoli cause I hate flaurrettes (sorry for spelling). I used 2 onions, 2 green peppers, 4 celery and some crushed red pepper. Pretty good. I served over egg noodles and added crispy Chinese noodles. Lots of changes I know, but thanks for the base recipe.
brajraj 1 year ago
CaesaRy 1 year ago
rosscbr 1 year agoAbsolutely delicious!! Healthy and easy to make, and great for using up leftovers!! New family favourite!!
Beezapple 2 years agoAdded a hint of lemon my Fam loved it thank you!!
JohnSpear 2 years ago
Angelang 3 years agoI wouldn't change anything, this was a huge winner with my fussy kids. I doubled the ingredients and only had a tiny bit left over.
Qasandra 3 years agoAwesome...real chinese food indeed.INstead of cornflour I used cornstarch.I used pork (didn't have chicken) marinated the pork though in cornstarch,rice vinegar and oyster sauce for 15 minustes than followed the recipe. Great platter ,I needed a bigger stir fry!
Thewell-wornapron 4 years agoIngredients don't match the steps. Noodles in the steps but not the ingredients. Mein means noodles so should be in the recipe. Right?
BobbyZSD 4 years agoThank you daylightsun! Will be trying this recipe tonight now