Make SUPER CRISPY Chicken Chow Mein Recipe at Home | Simple Chinese Recipes

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This Crispy Chicken Chow Mein is a simple Chinese recipe for beginners. It starts with crispy noodles and saucy toppings with a ton of ingredients. It’s our go to order at Cantonese restaurants. Unfortunately, we can’t go out right, and it’s not a great dish for takeout because it needs to be eaten immediately… so we’re going to show you how to make Cantonese chicken Chow Mein at home. Our version incorporates simple pantry ingredients, chicken thigh, shrimp, mushroom, bok choy, and carrots but you can put whatever your heart desires.







200g Chicken Thighs, sliced thinly
2 Tablespoon Soy Sauce
1 Tablespoon Oil
1 Tablespoon Shaoxing Wine
5 Teaspoon Corn Starch
150g Shrimp (tail on), shelled and deveined
450g Yellow Noodle
150g Bok Choy, leaves separated
100g Mushroom
50g Carrot, sliced
100g Onion, diced
2 Cloves Garlic, minced
3 Cups Chicken Stock (no salt added is preferred)
2 Tablespoon Oyster Sauce
White Pepper
Sesame oil
Cornstarch slurry (1Tablespoon Cornstarch, 4 Tablespoons water)



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MMAPastor says:

Looking good!!! I love this channel! Just found out about it recently from Offthegreatwall! Didn’t even know you guys are now in Canada!! I’m Canadian too!

Jonathan Nateesri says:

What's the best way to dry the noodles after soaking them in boiling water?

I tried shaking it through my strainer, but there was still some water trapped between the noodles. This made some of my oil splatter and some of the noodles soggy in the middle.

Thank You

yeahyeahnatnat says:

Omg it’s one of my favourite dish. I really like your channel

Marcelo Teson says:

Beech mushrooms. They're great. :)

Applicant Inquiry says:

Hon Shimeji (brown beech) mushrooms. You should stir-fry ingredients separately to develop a nice char, not dump them in an overcrowded pan to braise. Also, lose the tacky meme screenshots and animated gifs. Love your sous vide vids but this one is a miss. ✌️

sheng nien yang says:

I love those noodles! Use to order it in HK all the time. Be trying it soon! Thanks guys!

D Mit says:


Ron B. says:

No shrimp for me thank you

Bartlow's BBQ says:

Super yummy looking chow mein noodles!

thecata says:

I think the mushrooms are "shimeji" (or at least that's how they are called in stores in my hometown)

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