Veg Chow Mein is dish made from stir fried noodles and mixed vegetables which is then flavored with Chinese sauces. The word “Chow’ means stir-fried or sautéed and ‘mein’ means noodles.
This spicy version of Veg Chow Mein noodles which is originally a Chinese food is very popular in India, Nepal and many south east Asian countries.
Veg chowmien is quite popular as a street food and children love this dish due to its tangy, smoky flavor and crunchy texture which makes it scrumptiously delicious in taste.
Veg Chow Mein not only tastes great but the use of fresh vegetables also add to its nutrition value. Thus it is a fulsome dish for a healthy dinner as well. To make it healthier you can opt for whole grain noodles and increase the amount of vegetables used.
This is a quick & easy to make dish that can be enjoyed alone as a snack or as a complete meal along with another Indo-Chinese side dishes like :
- Vegetable Manchurian
- Cauliflower Manchurian
- Baby Corn Manchurian Dry
- Kung Pao Tofu
To make Veg Chow Mein at home follow the detailed step by step recipe with photos posted below.
See more related recipes like:
- Veg Hakka Noodles
- Veg Fried Rice
- Schezwan Fried Rice
- Vegan Pad Thai
- Vegetable Masala Maggi
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