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This Shrimp Chow Mein is a no pain, no fuss, easy one-pot meal that gets ready under 30 minutes. Take away? Say “No!” to them and enjoy this Cantonese style, Chow Mein, like a Boss at your home this weekend! Here is how to make it.
Shrimp Chow Mein is a classic Chinese (Cantonese Style) dish made with egg noodles, shrimp, and a plethora of veggies and sauces.
Simple, stir-fried, and just in one single pan, this toss it all up fried noodles are very tasteful. Rightfully so! Because it has a bit of everything.
Right from green onions, bean sprouts, sauce mixture like soy sauce, oyster sauce till protein like shrimps and fresh veggies like carrots, bell peppers, one bite from a small bowl of this Chow Mein and you are surely eating a great meal!
A good one serving of this chow mein has 350 Kcal. It is a well-balanced meal with carbs, proteins, and the required amount of fat.
Some restaurants serve it crispy while some serve it soft, but you can choose how you would like to make it home.
The secret to making great noodles at home is to keep all the ingredients handy and use a light wok or pan on high heat.
The reason behind doing so is that you get to maintain the nice flavor and color of veggies. Also, the noodles don’t turn lumpy then.
Now Chow Mein to most people around the world is crispy noodles stir-fried with veggies. But in India, it’s cooked noodles tossed with sauces and veggies and shrimps or chicken.
I am not sure about what you should call this homemade recipe but I can promise that this one tasted awesome and you should definitely try it.
Also do not restrict yourself to only shrimp in this recipe. Use any seafood and make a mix of seafood chow mein instead of only shrimp chow mein.
This Chow Mein is
Better than takeouts
A complete meal with carbs, proteins, and veggies, all in one pot