Chinese Chow Mein Delivery Downtown Vancouver | James On Hastings

Chinese Chow Mein Delivery Downtown Vancouver | James On Hastings

Chinese Chow Mein Delivery Downtown Vancouver | James On Hastings


Where is Chow Mein Come From?

Chow Mein is a traditional Chinese snack popular in the north and south of the Yangtze River. The main raw materials for making are noodles, eggs, shredded pork , small rapeseed, scallions, etc. It is delicious and nutritious. Generally refers to two, one is fried noodles, the other is fried flour. Fried noodles are pasta with noodles , eggs or meat as the main ingredients.

In China, fried noodles mainly include: Soy Sauce Huang fried noodles in Guangzhou , Luohe fried noodles, Anqing fried noodles, Wuhu fried noodles, Liaoning fried noodles, Chaoshan dry fried noodles, Shandong mixed fried noodles. Stir-fried flour is a kind of noodles made by frying corn , beans, etc., so that it can be eaten with hot soup or stirring.

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Fried noodles generally refers to two kinds, one is fried noodles and the other is fried flour. Fried noodles (flour) are noodles made by frying corn, beans, etc., so that they can be eaten with hot soup or stirring. During the period of Resist U.S. Aggression and Aid Korea, the soldiers of the Chinese People's Volunteer Army ate "a handful of fried noodles and a handful of snow" when the supply was insufficient, referring to this fried noodles.

In the Beijing-Tianjin area, there is a kind of food called camellia noodle , which is made by frying wheat flour and other vegetable oil until golden brown. When eating, add a small amount of water and stir it into a paste, and then rinse it with boiling water. If you are particular, you can add various additives, such as sugar, candied fruit (dried apricots, raisins, etc.), walnut kernels, sesame seeds , melon seeds , and so on. A similar food made with glutinous rice noodles is called "tea soup". In parts of northern Shanxi and Inner Mongolia, fried noodles are fried with noodle . Noodles are higher in calories than wheat flour.

Northern Hui people's tea soup is fried with beef bone marrow oil, which is more fragrant but high in calories. The tsampa eaten by Tibetans is made by grinding highland barley grains and frying them, and then adding butter tea or clear tea to form a lump.

The difference between noodle tea and tea soup: tea soup is made of boiled water with cooked millet noodles, adding brown sugar, white sugar, green silk and red silk, preserved fruit , nuts, etc., as desserts; noodle tea is made of raw millet noodles into porridge-like, sprinkled with Serve with sesame salt and sesame paste.

Luohe Chow Mein

1. Heat about 500ml of vegetable oil in a pot, fry the thin noodles in a pan until golden brown, remove from the pot and drain the oil for later use;

2. Pour the oil out of the fried noodles, heat the pot, add the shallots and garlic to sauté until fragrant, then add the shredded pork and bean sprouts and fry until cooked, add some water to boil, then add some soy sauce, salt, monosodium glutamate for coloring and seasoning , and collect the juice until the water is level with the vegetables;

3. Put the fried noodles into the pot and mix well, steam for half an hour, and then use;

Method One: 

1. Put the noodles in boiling water, cook for a while, remove the cold water;

2. Heat the pot, lubricate the oil (so that it will not stick to the pot), put in the eggs, fry and serve;

3. Add in the shallots, shallots, small rapeseed, shredded carrots, shredded pork, stir fry, season with dark soy sauce, then add noodles and continue frying;

4. Use chopsticks to keep stirring the noodles, the purpose is to disperse the noodles, then add eggs and green onions, stir fry for a while and serve.

Method 2: Chinese Food Delivery Burnaby Hastings 

Cooked Noodle Ingredients: noodles, onion, mushroom, ham, bacon, cabbage, dried chili (or chili sauce), light soy sauce (or dark soy sauce), egg, coriander. :

1. Cut the ingredients into granules, the size is set by yourself, the size of the finger belly is more suitable;

2. Cook the noodles until there is no hard heart in the middle, and set aside the cold water;

3. Put oil on the pot, put the diced onion in, and put the mushrooms in when the onion starts to burn. It is best to burn the onion a little, and the sweetness of the onion will come out at this time;

4. When the mushrooms begin to shrink, add ham and bacon, stir fry for a while and then add cabbage;

5. When the cabbage starts to come out of water, pour the noodles into it, and then turn it over a few times. At this time, if the oil is not enough at the beginning, add a little more oil, otherwise it will stick to the pot;

6. Put dry chili (or chili sauce) in, it will not be so spicy if you put it with the noodles;

7. Add salt, soy sauce (or dark soy sauce), remember to keep turning the noodles;

8. Beat the eggs and pour them in, stick them together with the noodles, and then flip them vigorously to get out of the pot. Finally, put some cilantro on top.

Method 3: Chinese Restaurant Burnaby Hastings

1. Cut the sausage into pieces, and cut the carrots, green onions, and onions into shreds;

2. Put the fried noodles into boiling water and blanch for no more than one minute;

3. Put the sliced ​​sausages, carrots, spring onions and onions into the pan and fry for a while, add a little soy sauce (about 1-2 tablespoons), take out after three or four minutes, set aside;

4. Divide the fried noodles into several portions, fry them separately, add soy sauce during the frying process, and serve when the fried noodles turn golden brown;

5. After the plate is placed, pour the fried sausage and carrot shreds and so on.

Method 4: Chinese Restaurant Vancouver

1. Steam the thin noodles in a steamer; fried noodles fried noodles

2. Fry the shredded pork and lentils together, add appropriate salt, and set aside for later use;

3. Heat the oil in the pot, add chopped green onion and steamed noodles (noodles should be broken by hand to be 5 to 10 cm long), stir fry, add salt, garlic, tomatoes, soy sauce, vinegar, add appropriate amount of water ( If you are not sure, you can add a little less at a time. If you don’t add enough water, the dough will be battered if you add too much water. If you add too little, the dough will be too hard and taste bad);

4. After the tomatoes have penetrated all the water into the noodles, and the noodles are basically cooked, add the previously fried shredded pork and lentils and stir-fry together, and take out of the pot;

5. After serving, it tastes even better with the sausages and knuckles bought outside.

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