Thai Food Made Easy | CHAR SIU CHOW MEIN
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Char Siu Chow Mein

Char Siu Chow Mein

Serve: 1


100 gram                                 Char Siu Pork 

160 gram                                 Ready to wok noodles

60 gram                                   Tenderstem Broccoli

1 clove                                     Garlic-finely chopped

1                                              Spring onion- thinly sliced

2 tablespoon                             Chicken stock or water

1 tablespoon                             Vegetable oil

1/2 teaspoon                             Soy sauce

1/4 teaspoon                             Ground Chinese five spices

1/4 teaspoon                             Chopped red chili (optional)

1 pinch                                      Black pepper






-Part boil the Tenderstem Broccoli in the saucepan. Once it is slightly softened, drain the water out and set aside.

-Gently fry the garlic in vegetable oil in the wok or non-stick frying pan.

-Add Char Siu pork, water and ready to wok noodle in the pan. Adjust the hob temperature to medium to high heat. Stir well for approx 4 minutes or until all the ingredients hot thoroughly. Then put the broccoli into the same frying pan.

-Season with soy sauce, ground Chinese five spices, chili and a pinch of black pepper. Keep stirring for further 1-2 minutes. 

-Transfer this delicious Char Siu Chow Mein in the bowl and serve immediately. 



– Check my homemade Char Siu pork recipe here: Char Siu Pork.

-Stir fry is all about quick cooking. Hence, make sure you prepare all the ingredients and seasonings in advance, keep an eye on the wok at all times and put the right ingredients at the right time.

-I love having Char siu pork with Pak-Choi. This vegetable does not only give the leafy green color but also it’s soft and velvety texture bring a delicacy to the dish. 

Char Siu Chow Mien





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