Licia Bobesha Recipes Chow Mein Vs Lo Mein

Chow Mein Vs Lo Mein

Is migration a blessing or a curse? Let’s make a bowl of Chow mein and see how the world has changed since the first!

As I lately have a little time, I was browsing on the web the other day. In search of new, challenging tips, inspiring recipes that I’ve never tried before, to delight my family with. Hunting for a while yet could not find too many interesting things. Right before I thought to give up on it, I discovered this delicious and easy dessert simply by accident at Suncakemom. It seemed so mouth-watering on its photos, it required immediate action.

It absolutely was simple enough to imagine the way it is created, its taste and how much my husband might like it. Mind you, it is very simple to keep happy the man when it comes to cakes. Anyways, I got into the page and simply followed the simple instuctions that were combined with wonderful photos of the process. It just makes life much easier. I can imagine that it’s a bit of a hassle to shoot pics in the middle of baking in the kitchen because you most often have gross hands thus i pretty appreciate the effort and time she put in to make this post and recipe easily followed.

That being said I’m empowered presenting my personal dishes in a similar way. Thanks for the concept.

I had been fine tuning the main formula to make it for the taste of my loved ones. I must say it absolutely was a terrific outcome. They loved the flavor, the structure and enjoyed getting a treat such as this during a hectic workweek. They quite simply asked for even more, a lot more. Thus the next time I’m not going to commit the same mistake. I am likely to double the volume .

This is based on the Chow Main Noodles from SunCakeMom


Measure soy sauce, Chinese cooking wine, roasted sesame seed oil and oyster or Hoisin sauce into a bowl and mix everything together. Add black ground black or white pepper too if desired.

Chow Mein – soft noodles

Heat oil in a skillet, add the sliced or diced garlic and saute until the garlic starts to smell, for about a minute.

Add the meat and sear both sides of it until golden brown spots start to appear for about 3 minutes each side.

Remove the garlic and meat then mix in the shredded carrots and cabbage.

Stir fry until the cabbage collapses about a quarter of its size, for about 5 minutes.

Add back the chicken and garlic then add in the sliced green onion too.

Mix in the sauce.

Bring a pot of water to boil then add the Chow Mein noodles. Follow the instuctions on the packaging but generally it takes about 3 minutes to get the pasta done.

Mix in the drained noodles then serve.

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