Part 9: Chow Mein
Pre-made Chow Mein Noodles available at your local asian grocery store.
1/8 cup Oyster Sauce
1/8 cup Teriyaki Sauce
1/4 cup Soy Sauce
1 tablespoon vegetable oil
A few drops of sesame oil
Vegetables of your choice such as green onion, yellow onion, napa cabbage, or just you know whatever.
Boil the chow mein noodles until they barely start to separate in the pot, then drain. Should be no more than like seven or eight minutes, usually, but this might vary depending on the noodles you bought. Leave in the strainer to cool so you don't sear your fingers off.
Fry the chicken in the oil, add the garlic. My electric skillet was set to 350 but I don't think the temperature is that important as long as you don't burn it.
After the chicken's about halfway cooked, add the vegetables, cook until the onions caramelize.
Once the noodles have cooled enough, break them apart with your hands, then toss in the skillet.
Add your Soy, Teriyaki, and Oyster sauce and stir. Keep it moving and cook for about five to seven minutes.
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