I’ve been counting the days until this weeks Sunday Supper theme! My new Easy Chow Mein is perfect for a trip to Asia where we are sharing some amazing Asian Cuisine! This event is being hosted by Amy of kimchi MOM she’s the best, that’s all I have to say about her.
I absolutely LOVE making food from other countries. My kids are a bit young but I can’t wait to put a theme into effect each month of cooking from a different county. It’ll be so fun to talk about other countries with them, cook with them and just learn together. Doesn’t that sound fun? Don’t forget to check out some of my dishes like my Chinese Noodle Casserole, General Gso’s Chicken (healthy version) or if you want a little taste of Italy try my version of Chicken Parm Tenders. So I wanted something quick and easy for this week. A dish that can be made in minutes so your not tempted to order out just because it’s easier! I think I have this Easy Chow Mein down pat now that I’ve tried it a few times, now I’m ready to share it with you. The thing I love about this dish is that you can make it on the sweeter side by grinding more ginger or add more brown sugar. If your anything like hubby and I you may want to add some flakes of red pepper to spice it up! You honestly can make it your own by adding and tasting. The joys of cooking is truly how you make it your own.
- 12 oz of Dried Chow Mein Noodles (or Ramen Noodles)
- ¼ Cup of Soy Sauce
- 3 Cups of shredded coleslaw mix
- 2 cloves of garlic, minced
- 2 tsp of sesame oil
- 2 tsp of brown sugar
- 2 tbsp of water
- salt & pepper
- 1 tsp of grated fresh ginger
- Red Pepper (optional)
- Green Onions (optional)
- In a small bowl whisk together soy sauce, sesame oil, brown sugar, water, salt and pepper. Set aside.
- In a medium sized sauté pan add the oil and swirl around. Add the coleslaw mix and and toss to coat. Add the garlic, stir to combine and keep pushing it around for another 5 minutes.
- Meanwhile, cook the chow mein noodles according to package directions, drain.
- Add the noodles to the coleslaw mixture and combine. Pour the sauce mixture all over and mix to combine. Season with salt and pepper (add red pepper here if you want a kick) Stir around for a few minutes to let the flavors combine.
- Serve with a little bit of green onions on top if desired.
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