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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 Chow Mein Noodles

A delicious recipe, great on its own or with a main dish. Perfect for those days where you just feel like some chicken and fried noodles. Beansprouts are optional but they add a really nice crunch and texture to this dish. Impress your friends with this simple to cook recipe!

Prep 6 mins/Cooking 10 mins, Average

King Prawn Chow Mein Noodles

King prawn chow mein is a delicious recipe that will go excellently with a side of mixed vegetables. The beansprouts give it that nice refreshing crunch and the king prawns are bursting with flavour. Make sure you prepare your king prawns and follow our preparation instructions carefully. A wonderful Chinese recipe for kids and adults.

Prep 6 mins/Cooking 10 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 Chow Mein

One not to miss. Buy some roast pork from a Chinese restaurant or cook your own with out Roast Pork recipe.

Prep 5 mins/Cooking 9 mins, Easy

Vegetable Chow Mein Noodles

One of our favourite recipes. An extremely tasty dish, can be served with a main or on its own, we highly recommend this one! You can add more vegetables to this dish as you wish, but we have chosen the ones with most flavour to compliment this dish. Enjoy!

Prep 6 mins/Cooking 10 mins, Average

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