Wednesday, January 25, 2012

Honey let's have Chow Mein....

Okay, time for me to "fess up"....
I cooked this whole meal,
I came up with the recipe,
bought the ingredients,
had it all ready, 
When he Walked In The Door....

I did have the
but that's about it!
so I bought some of the 

And I'm
enough to admit it!
So here we go
and it was Delicious too!

This is what he did!
(I didn't get prep pic's sorry)

 ~Stir frying the Vegetables~

 ~marinated stir fried Chicken~
w/ a bit of sugar on it....

 ~give it a Toss~

 ~a bit of a Stir~

 ~let it Rest~

 ~add the Chicken~

 ~a bit of a Stir~

 ~and a Toss~

 ~let it Rest~

 ~add the Bean Sprouts~

 ~the Noodles~

 ~Soy Sauce to taste~

~Rice Wine Vinegar~

 ~give it a Toss~

 ~another Stir~

and Serve....

~He likes his with Hot Sauce~

~Me....Not So Much~

~Oh Yeah....the Noodles We Used~

and Now....

Brad's Recipe
2 carrots julienned
2 stalks of celery cut on bias
6 white mushrooms chunk ed
half of a green pepper cut large chunks
half of a bok choy cabbage sliced thin (if large)
1 can drained and rinsed bamboo shoots
half of a red onion
2 garlic cloves
bean sprouts to taste (I used half a bag)
3 Tbsp sugar
1/4 cup or so of dark soy 
1 Tbsp sesame oil
2 Tbsp rice wine vinegar
1-2 boneless skinless chicken breasts

Slice chicken thin marinate in sesame oil and rice wine vinegar for at least 1 hr.  Stir fry chicken in hot wok/pan then set aside.  Boil noodles for 3 minutes, rinse in cold water and let drain.  Stir fry all vegetables starting with carrots and onion then add all other vegetables and add meat.  Lastly, add sprouts and noodles to vegetables and heat, add soy, sugar and vinegar and thicken with cornstarch and water. Serve immediately and add soy and green onions to taste.



  1. My hubby would love this. I have never tried it before but now I'm rethinking it.

  2. YUM!! Sounds wonderful and so much better than take out.


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