The quintessential Chinese main, chowmein (or chow mein), needs no introduction (even in India). The stir-fried noodle preparation has seen a fair amount of variations and versions across the Indian subcontinent and has almost become a vital part of the Indian street food scene! Of course, the noodle that we love here are a tad high on the masala as compared to the original, but that’s how we like it I guess! That said, one such chowmein variation that almost every southeast Asian identifies with is the chicken chowmein.
Whether you pair it with some spicy sauce, chili vinegar, Manchurian, or chili chicken, the dish remains a classic. Which is why it is vital that you have the recipe for such a legendary dish up your sleeve at all times! Follow the steps below to toss up some delicious non-vegetarian noodles (classic Oriental style, of course) tonight!
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