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Tuesday, April 17, 2012

Shrimps Chow Mein with Asparagus

 Chow mein or literally “fried noodles” . Some shredded vegetables, some protein–either chicken, pork, beef, seafood, or combination and you will have a perfect chow mein that is cheap, filling, and sinfully gratifying. 



     Ingredients:
Yakisoba noodles 
Shrimps or any meat
Carrots
Asparagus
Broccoli
Yellow Zucchini Squash
Garlic 
Oil, Sweet soy sauce, Yoshida, Korean teriyaki  stir fry sauce  

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Cut in big chunks noodles put in the strainer and rinse. Pull noodles apart. 


Put on oiled  hot frying pan. Cook for 5 min on high. Add yoshida,
 sweet soy sauce, garlic, salt. Mix, put aside.

 
Chop asparagus put in a frying pan. Cut carrots add to asparagus.
Cook for 5-7 min.


 Add broccoli, zucchini cook for 3 min add Korean teriyaki  stir fry sauce and garlic. Add shrimps cook for 2 min.


Add to noodles , mix well. You can sprinkle sesame seeds on top. 



                                                             Enjoy!!!

14 comments:

  1. woa you are such a chef!!!!!!!!!!!

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  2. This looks wonderful. Where do you buy the noodles?

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    1. I buy it at Central Market and Costco.
      Thanks✿✿✿

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  3. Lea good job on taking time to show us lazy butts i am inspired by your cooking thank you. Tanya linnik

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  4. this dish NOW is our family favorite!!!!!!!!we love veggies + shrimp, so here is all together in one yummiest meal!!!thank you,thank you!!!!!!!!

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  5. Fantastic recipe, very quick to prepare and so delicious. Thank you Lea for sharing with us.

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    1. You're welcome. This is my favorite dish. And its so easy to make:)
      Thanks, Adina✿✿✿

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  6. Lea how much sauce do i have to add, first time going to make this noodles, not really know how much sauce to add, and skolko y tebya bulo etix noodles. Really want to make but scary too, love this noodles, and when I saw your recipe I am like need to try to make by my own. Thanks

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    1. I put like about 1 tbs of each sauce, for veggies I put about 1 tsp of Korean sauce. And if you taste too much sauce just add some water to it. The package I get is big I think it's 1 or 2 lbs. And Natalka don't be scared I love making chow mein, it's so easy; the only hard part about it is cutting veggies:)
      Enjoy♥¸.•*´¯*♥

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  7. Lea thank you so much for this recipe i did this noodles today (one pack noodles) and all family say WONDERFUL NOODLES, and they say make one more time today, so I am going to make one more time today this noodles. Thank you so much for this recipe. Have one ? kakiye y tebya kastrlyli and skovorodki :) ochen xochy kypit xorowuj set wtobu ne podgaryala i tak dali, sorry za takoj vopros :) prosto ne xochy tratit dengi a potom but not happy cho kypila



    Thanks

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    1. I am glad you enjoyed this recipe:) My kstruli i skovurodki I buy at Ross. I change skovorodki often (I get the ones are heavier), when it get scratced, I buy a new one. I hope this answered your question.
      Thanks Natalka♥¸.•*´¯*♥

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