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Beef Chop Suey

We think you'll enjoy this one, tender strips of beef with beansprouts. Serve with boiled rice or noodles.

Prep 5 mins/Cooking 5 mins, Easy

Beef Chow Mein Noodles

Fry noodles with beef strips and top with spring onions for a lovely tasting dish. You will sure to impress with this recipe at dinner time! Make sure the beef stays tender and lovely by not overcooking too much. Beansprouts gives this dish a nice crunch, but is completely optional!

Prep 6 mins/Cooking 10 mins, Average

Chicken Chop Suey

Chop suey is a beansprout dish and here we have chicken to keep it company. Serve with boiled rice and you can't go wrong.

Prep 8 mins/Cooking 5 mins, Easy

King Prawn Chop Suey

An easy to prepare and easy to cook dish. Perfect for when you want a big plate of seafood!

Prep 2 mins/Cooking 6 mins, Easy

King Prawn Fu Yung Omelettte

A definite showstopper. The king prawns absolutely make this one and it tastes delicious. This recipe uses 3 eggs, if you're hungry this could feed one, or you can share between 2 people.

Prep 0 mins/Cooking 8 mins, Easy

Plain Chow Mein Noodles

An understated recipe. Goes excellently with a meaty main or mixed vegetables. The addition of beansprouts in this recipe make it a crunchy number and gives the noodles a refreshing taste. Did you know chow mein is a literal translation of “fried noodles” in Chinese?

Prep 0 mins/Cooking 6 mins, Easy

Roast Pork Chop Suey

Beansprout lovers beware, you won't be able to stop eating this one!

Prep 5 mins/Cooking 5 mins, Easy

Roast Pork Fu Yung Omelette

If you make our Roast Pork recipe or you buy some from your local Chinese restaurant, give this recipe a go because it's absolutely delicious!

Prep 3 mins/Cooking 4 mins, Easy

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