CHICKEN CHOW MEIN
Who doesn’t like to prepare a quick and easy Asian dish? For this recipe, you can substitute the original chow mien noodles for ramen noodles and it will still taste like you ordered Asian take-out. This quick one-pot recipe is loaded with veggies and diced stir-fried chicken. While there are countless similar recipes available online, none beats this Belizean classic recipe. Learn how to make this bountiful feast for your family by following this guide.
WHAT YOU NEED:
Half a chicken (cleaned and cubed after cooking)
3 cups water
Salt and pepper to taste
1 pack Chow Mein noodles or 3-4 ramen noodle packs
1 tablespoon Butter
2 cups of Cabbage (shredded)
1 medium sized sweet bell pepper (diced)
1 medium sized onion (diced)
Worcestershire Sauce (Lee & Perrins)
1 ball red recado (small)
*Boil half of a chicken in about 3 cups water with salt, pepper and 1 small ball of red recado.
*Remove chicken from the water and set aside. Reserve the water to cook the noodles in.
*Boil 1 pack Chow mien noodles or 3-4 ramen packs in chicken water for about 5 minutes.
*Drain and rinse the noodles with cold water to stop cooking process.
*Fry the pieces of chicken before cutting up. Brown slightly.
*In a little butter, stir-fry 2 cups of shredded cabbage, 1 diced sweet bell pepper and 1 diced onion
*Cut fried chicken in small pieces and add to vegetables, noodles. Add 1 tablespoon soy sauce and 1 tablespoon Worcestershire sauce. Mix well and stir fry until all ingredients have been coated with the sauce.
*Optional: Add a dash or two of Aunt Sadie’s pepper sauces for an added spicy kick.
Interesting twist for flavor is to add Aunt Sadie’s Sweet Pepper Sauce or the Mustard Pepper Sauce