If you want a meal that is quick, easy to make, and a bit, well, out of the ordinary, Asian dishes are the way to go. This Chicken Chow Mein recipe is a lot easier to put together than you might think, and it works nicely as a side dish, a main course, or even a full meal, depending on your needs. And as with most any stir fry dishes, this chow mein is a rather versatile recipe. If you have some extra veggies you need to use, or you just like to tweak things to your tastes or experiment a bit, most anything goes. The recipe is really yummy as-is, though, and I certainly would make it again.
Traditionally, stir fry recipes such as this are made in a wok, though any large skillet will do if you don’t have a wok available. You will work with the same basic formula, whether you use this exact ingredient list or tweak things a bit; it’s a matter of making a bunch of things separately and then combining them into one big dish at the end.
Recipe and photo courtesy of 12 Tomatoes
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