Chow mein refers to stir-fried noodles with little soup that are characterized by a salty taste. The name is from the Taishan Chinese dialect (a kind of Cantonese). Taishan is a county of Guangdong province. There are many varieties of chow mien all over the world. It is a famous Chinese cuisine.
One of the classic dishes of the Han people (90% of Chinese). Sweet and sour pork has a bright orange-red color, and a delicious sweet and sour taste.
Ingredients and Seasonings
Main ingredients: 400-500g chicken, 100g peanuts
Seasonings: dried red chilies, 5 green onions, a piece of ginger, 5 pieces of garlic, 30g cooking oil, 15g thick broad-bean sauce, 5g cooking wine, 15g cooking starch, 2g salt, 5g rice vinegar, 10g soy sauce, and 5g sugar