Gluten-Free Vegan Chow Mein
This Gluten-Free Vegan Chow Mein is all about – balancing the vegetables with noodles, and the flavourful sauce is the success of this stunning dish. I replaced tofu for the chicken in this recipe to keep it vegetarian. It’s a filling meal even without the chicken
Stir-fries are an incredibly quick way to cook and the short time means all the ingredients retain most of their flavour, texture and nutrients. The idea is to constantly toss the ingredients so they stir-fry rather than fry. You can vary the vegetables, but I found that Nappa cabbage, carrots, zucchini, bean sprouts and green onions truly bring out the ethnic chow mein flavour.
♥ Tips on how to make Chow Mein without stressing.
This chow mein is a tasty dish made with vegetables and noodles which is briefly stir-fried. When it comes to any stir-fry it is all about prepping the ingredients in advance. Once you start cooking, everything goes very quickly. So, before you start, bring out all the ingredients you will need to make the stir-fry. Clean and cut all the veggies and set them aside until you are ready to cook. For the noodles, they should be also cooked before you start making the chow mein. Now that you are ready it goes very quickly, no need to panic because you have everything you need. For me, when I am making chow mein for dinner, I prep all my veggies well in advance, that way I can have the entire meal on the table in fifteen minutes. It comes together quickly for a filling, flavourful dinner. This allows me more time to relax and enjoy a glass of wine before dinner.
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