A TAIWAN chef asked his grandmother to cook a delicious home-cooked meal.
Her delicious 15-minute chow mein is both authentic and easy to make.
Start by marinating the sliced pork with soy sauce, white pepper, and a bit of sugar for 5 to 10 minutes.
In a separate bowl, mix the special sauce, made from soy sauce, oyster sauce, black vinegar, and white pepper.
On the stovetop, sauté shallots, shiitake mushrooms, and dried shrimp for about two to three minutes until tender and beautifully tender.
When that’s done, add the sliced pork and sauté again for two to three minutes.
For more flavor and volume, add sliced cabbage, sliced carrots and a little water – then cover and cook for two minutes.
Next comes the best part: add noodles and special sauce and cook for another three minutes.
Sprinkle green onions on top and sauté over high heat for another one to two minutes and the dish is ready to enjoy.
Mesmerized by her full plate of noodles, she gasped: “Look.”
For the pork-free option, she says you can substitute with chicken or simply use vegetables.
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