This Classic Chinese Chow Mein from Dinner then Dessert is a staple that you’ll definitely want to make the next time your takeout craving sets in. It uses delicious authentic ingredients and is ready in just about 20 minutes — faster than you thought pos
Chinese sweet/sour sauce-Heat 2Tbl veg oil; add 2 minced cloves garlic, 1 minced green onion, 1” of minced ginger root. Stir-fry 2 min. Combine 4Tbl ketchup, ½ c water, 1tsp rice vinegar (or lemon juice), tsp sugar, ½ tsp salt. Add to stir fry mix. Combine 3tsp cornstarch w/3Tbl water, stir, add to stir fry. Can be used as a dip or o/rice/noodles.
Over the past year or so, I’ve been finding out all sorts of Chinese recipes from Pinterest and other places on the internet, but I never found one that I thought stood its ground against the real deal. Finally, I think I’ve found the ONE.