Chicken Chow Mein in 30 Minutes

Posted: Monday, June 05, 2017

Chicken chow mein is a popular dish served around the world. Although the recipe is Chinese in origin, just about every culture has their own version of chow mein. This, of course, is the cook n’ Share version. Print the recipe

There are a few variations or changes you can do to the recipe. To begin with, I use boneless, skinless breasts, as they are easy to work with and healthy, but any cut of chicken can be used. You will just have to adjust the cooking time accordingly.

We use a few basic vegetables in the recipe, but you can use any vegetables you like in the recipe. For example, some snow peas, bean sprouts, or celery might be welcomed additions. Just make sure you don’t overcook the veggies, as you want a bit of a crunch to them.

We garnish our chow mein with sesame oil, green onions, and sesame seeds, but this is totally optional.

The recipes uses pepper, soy sauce, and onions as spices. There is not reason not to add some garlic or ginger, however.

Watch the video, give our chow mein a try, and let us know what you think.

All photographs and video properties are original productions of, created by, and exclusive property of Cook n’ Share. Cook n’ Share is owned and operated by David Hood. I am submitting the on behalf of myself.

Short Intro Clip: Guitar Logo

LICENSE CERTIFICATE : Envato Marketplace Item

This document certifies the purchase of:
as defined in the standard terms and conditions on the Envato Marketplaces.

Licensor’s Author Username: Pavel_Nest
Licensee: David Hood — Cook n’ Share

For the item: Guitar Logo
Item ID: 4301501

Item Purchase Code: 5bb4a191-3ed7-4623-8dc6-cf9b170dda89

Purchase Date: 2013-10-02 08:54:49 UTC

For any queries related to this document or license please contact Envato Support via

Envato Pty. Ltd. (ABN 11 119 159 741)
PO Box 21177, Little Lonsdale Street, VIC 8011, Australia