PORK CHOW MEIN – This easy and my version of pork chow mein is made with noodles, pork slices and vegetables like onion, carrot, capsicum, cabbage and spring onion. Chow Mein means stir fried noodles. Pork chow mein is delicious, satisfying, and easier to make than you think!

Who can turn down a heaping bowl of chow mein? Pork Chow is one dish which can be considered as an easy to make simple meal or a dish which can be savoured in between the meals to kill the hunger pangs.

To make this chowmein you can use chicken breast in place of pork if you are not a fan of pork or egg or use seasonal vegetables for vegetarians.

I have grown up having this pork chow. So many fond childhood memories related to it. They served a heaping bowl of this pork chow with piping hot soup made of pork stock and spicy chilly chutney.

If you are making this pork chow you can make the soup and relish it along with the pork chow. I always make them whenever I make this at home. To make the soup, use the meat stock, a bit of cornflour slurry to make the soup little thick and add sliced cabbage, carrot, onion rings, spring onion greens and seasoned with salt, pepper and garnished with chopped coriander leaves. Viola your soulful piping hot soup is ready to be served with the noodles.

This is a great one-bowl meal, and I often enjoy eating it with soup, chilly tomato garlic chutney, vinegar chilly and soy dip or sometimes with some homemade King Chilly Sauce and tomato sauce.

This pork noodles can also be had with Raja Mircha Pickle/ Bhut Jolokia Pickle but this is not for faint hearted because of its extremely hot taste. It also goes well with Pork Pickle and Beef Pickle.

This pork chow is also a big crowd pleaser. Back home I often cook up a batch for mid-day meals and it was always a hit. It became a dish my family would specifically ask me to make for when I am there for holidays.

So guys do try out this easy chow mein recipe and share your thoughts about the recipe with me too.

Well, if you make this pork chow mein, please do leave a feedback in the comments box below or snap a photo and tag Akum Raj Jamir on Facebook and akumrajjamir on Instagram with hashtag #atmykitchen. I would love to see your creations. Now let’s jump to the recipe.

Preparation time : 15 minutes
Cooking time : 20 minutes
Serves : 3

Ingredients :

1 packet Noodles (150 gms)
1½ -2 cups Pork slices cooked
2 onion sliced
2 green chilly chopped
1 inch ginger sliced
3-4 garlic sliced
1 tbsp Chilly flakes
2 tbsp Red chilly sauce
2 tbsp tomato sauce
3 tbsp soya sauce
1 tbsp Vinegar
1/2 cup Carrot sliced
1 cup mixed of red and green capsicum sliced
1 cup Cabbage sliced
2 tbsp spring onion greens
Salt to taste
2 tbsp Oil

Instructions :

Cook the noodles according to the package instructions. Rinse under cold water, drain, drizzle few drops of oil, mix well and set aside.

Heat oil in a pan. Add the cooked pork sliced and stir fry for 5 minutes.

Add sliced onion, green chillies, ginger, garlic and stir fry for a minute.

Add the chilli flakes, chilli sauce, tomato sauce, soya sauce, vinegar, mix well and stir fry for a minute.

Add the sliced carrot, capsicums and stir fry for a minute.

Add the noodles, spring onion greens and cabbage, toss all the ingredients well together.

Add salt if required at this point and stir fry tossing them wel for about 5 minutes and take off the heat.

Your delicious and scrumptious pork chow is ready to be served. Serve it with piping hot soup and sauces & chutneys of your choice. Enjoy!

Thank you so much for stopping by my blog. I hope you liked the recipe. Your valuable feedbacks are always welcome, I love hearing from you guys and always do my best to respond to each and every one of you.

Happy cooking!

❤ Akum

About Akum Raj Jamir

Hello Everyone.. I am Akum Raj Jamir. I am a Naga Lady born and bought up from Nagaland. Married to a Tamilian and settled in Chennai now.  I worked in hotel industry for 3 years and later I shifted to corporate sector and worked in US based MNC companies. In January 2014 I was blessed with a baby boy and that it when I decided to quit my job and give me full time for him as well as the home. Now I am a homemaker ☺.  I started cooking at the very small age. We sisters used to help mom in the kitchen and followed the foot step of my mom and that's how I developed my cooking skills. A foodie by nature and a passionate cook, loves everything about food. Cooking is my passion. I love experimenting with food in my kitchen and try to bring the best in whatever I cook. I cook with all my heart and soul and this love is evident in the dishes I cook.  I believe in sharing a lot thus whatever I cook I share with fellow friends and my fan followings. So this space is all about food from my kitchen for foodies like me. Explore the recipes ☺
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