Simple chicken chow mein

Cook this genuine Chinese chow mein noodle pan sear in under ten minutes, adding any fresh occasional vegetables you extravagant.


•             150g/5oz medium egg noodles

•             dash toasted sesame oil

•             300g/11oz skinless chicken bosom filets, cut into strips

•             2 tbsp light soy sauce

•             1 tsp five-zest powder

•             1 tsp bean stew sauce (discretionary)

•             1 tbsp cornflour

•             1 tbsp groundnut oil

•             1 red pepper, seeds eliminated and meagerly cut

•             150g/5oz bean sprouts

•             1 spring onion, cut lengthways

•             freshly ground dark pepper


1.Cook the noodles in a dish of bubbling water for 2–3 minutes, until still somewhat firm, or as per parcel guidelines. Channel, at that point wash under virus running water and channel once more. Shower with a scramble of sesame oil and throw through to keep the noodles from adhering to one another.

2.Put the chicken tenders in a bowl and season with a scramble of light soy sauce, the five-zest powder and bean stew sauce, if utilizing. Blend well, at that point softly dust the chicken tenders with the cornflour.

3.Heat a wok until smoking and add the groundnut oil, at that point add the chicken and pan fried food for 3–4 minutes, or until the chicken is brilliant earthy colored and cooked through.

4.Add the red pepper and sautéed food for 1 moment, at that point add the bean fledglings and spring onion and pan fried food for 30 seconds. Mix in the cooked noodles and season with the soy sauce, a scramble of sesame oil and newly ground dark pepper.

5.Pile the noodles onto a serving plate and serve right away.

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