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Soy Sauce Chow Mein

Soy Sauce Chow Mein
  • Prep Time
    10 Mins
  • Cook Time
    10 Mins
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Make a really delicious Soy Sauce Chow Mein, you have to start with the noodles. You have to get the aroma out of the noodles before you add the other ingredients. That's what soy sauce Fried Noodles are called. If you just fry the ingredients and mix the next one, it's called lo Mein. If you want to fry noodles in a non-stick pan, the key is to soak the dried noodles. How to make Fried noodles with dried noodles? Then read on...

1 Step

First boil a pot of boiling water, add a little oil to prevent the noodles from sticking, and add a little salt. Add 120 grams of egg flour, loosen it slightly with chopsticks, turn off the heat, and soak for about 1 minute.

2 Step

Put the noodles into the drain basket, remove the water, then put the noodles into a bowl, cover and use the waste heat for braising.

3 Step

Next, wash 150 grams of mung bean sprouts. You can also replace them with other vegetables, like shredded lettuce and shredded Onions. No, it doesn't matter, as long as you like.

4 Step

The noodles have been braising for three minutes, the water has sunk to the bottom, turn it over, close the lid again, and continue...

5 Step

Wash some leeks, cut into sections, and the scallion, wash and cut into sections, put them on a plate.

6 Step

The noodles have been braising for another 3 minutes. If you don't want to fry them in a hurry, you can remove the lid and let them cool. To fry them immediately, spread them out on a large plate and dry them by blowing in the air or using a fan. The noodles must be dry, otherwise, they will stick to the pot and agglomerate easily.

7 Step

Mix soy sauce, recipe: hot water 15g, sugar 2g, light soy sauce 15g, dark soy sauce 2g, fish sauce 1g, oyster sauce 8g. In the home cooking, not necessary to do too complex, if you do not mind monosodium glutamate, chicken powder, you can add a little, the purpose is in the case of no meat to bring fresh. And the simplest thing is, add a little more oyster sauce, the noodles are also very good taste .

8 Step

Everything's ready, so let's go, heat the wok, make sure it's hot enough, put the peanut oil, then put the noodles, fry it for a while, turn it over, continue to fry it for a while, then start to fry it with chopsticks. Be sure to fry the noodles first. Get the aroma out of the noodles before adding the other ingredients.

9 Step

Stir fry the noodles until they are almost dry and smell the aroma. Add a little lard, or use other grease instead. Noodles are very oil-absorbing food, not enough oil, into the back of the sauce and ingredients, due to the increase in water, but not timely evaporation, noodles on the surface of the starch will gelatinize, very easy to agglomerate, especially with a small pot of family cooking.

10 Step

Stir-fry for a while, turn down the heat and add the soy sauce. Here, be sure to turn down the heat first, then add the sauce, because the sauce has sugar in it, the fire is too high, the pot is too hot, the sauce will go down the pan instantly.

11 Step

Basically stir evenly, then turn up the heat, then stir-fry the aroma of soy sauce, put the noodles on one side, add the scallion(white part), stir-fry a little, add the mung bean sprout, stir fry until slightly soft, add the chives, stir fry for a few times, add the scallion(green part), stir fry evenly, then you can turn off the fire.


Soy sauce chow mein is a famous snack with Cantonese characteristics. It is a favorite snack for people in Guangzhou to drink morning tea, and it is also a regular breakfast on the table of ordinary people.

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