Noodles are one of the stable foods in Chinese cuisine. The oldest recorded history of noodles can be traced back to the Xia Dynasty. There are so many different types of noodles in Chinese cooking also many different ways of preparing noodle dishes. You can stir-fry, deep-fry, make them into salads or even add them into soups.
In the following articles, I have collected a series of delicious noodle recipes to share with you and please note this is an ongoing collection of noodle recipes so don’t forget to bookmark these articles so you can come back for the latest noodle recipes.
Edited by Liv Wan
Chinese chow mein is a really popular dish in Chinese cooking and the fun thing about chow mein is you can add any kind of vegetable, meat, poultry or even seafood into your chow mein. This article contains three different kinds of chow mein recipes: beef chow mein, chicken chow mein and seafood chow mein.
Zhajiangmian is one of my favourite Chinese noodle dish. There are many countries in the East that serve similar version of this noodle dish. This recipe is a quick and simple version of Zhajiangmian that has ran in my family for generations.
Other names for this authentic Sichuan dish include Ants Climbing a Hill, Ants Climbing a Log and Ants Creeping Up a Tree.
This recipe for chicken chow mein has crispy noodles like you’ll find in Chinese restaurants, but without the fat.
Scroll down to the bottom of the description for a nutritional breakdown.
A perfect combination of beef and egg noodles. Tossed in a flavourful oyster sauce.
What makes this dish are the chewy fresh broad rice noodles (hot fun) that soak up the flavour of the sauces.
This quick and easy version of Beef Chow Fun uses black bean sauce and baby corn.
In China, chow mein is made with soft noodles. For crispy chow mein noodles, add more oil than the recipe calls for and cook the noodles longer to dry them out. You can also follow the basic photo instructions shown on how to make chow mein noodles. You can also replace the chicken with shrimp or pork.
Hakka Noodles are topped with a flavourful dressing and served with a peanut and vegetable garnish. This recipe was submitted by Hirnakshi Joshi.
There are many different ways of preparing this Sichuan noodle dish. Here is a simple version recipe for this delicious recipe.
Delicious shrimp and vegetable lo mein. This lo mein dish is full of nutrition.
These longevity noodles symbolize a long life and are traditionally consumed on birthdays so the other name for the noodles is “birthday noodle”. This is a simple recipe to introduce you on how to prepare these noodles.
Noodles With Meat Sauce
Sweet bean sauce adds it’s own distinct flavour to this warming dish from northern China. If unavailable, you can use red miso as a substitute.
If you don’t want to make the garnishes, another option is to serve the noodles and meat sauce with stir-fried spinach.
This recipe goes by several different names, including “both sides browned” and “twice browned” noodles. In all cases the boiled noodles are browned on one side, then turned over and cooked on the other side. If desired, the noodles can be placed in a cake pan before frying so it forms a more attractive shape. But this isn’t necessary. After frying, the noodles should be browned on the outside and tender inside.
Shanghai noodles are thick noodles that are packaged in plastic bags and sold fresh in Asian markets. If Shanghai noodles are unavailable, feel free to substitute with Japanese Udon noodles or a thick Italian spaghetti-style pasta,
such as linguini.
Delicious pork lo mein recipe with Ramen noodles
Shanghai Pan-fried Noodles With Pork
Delicious Shanghai style pan fried noodles with pork and vegetables, such as mung bean sprouts and napa cabbage.
Popular and delicious Singapore noodles recipe
Hot and spicy Sichuan noodle recipe
Crunchy cashews and vegetables complement the soft texture of the noodles and tofu in this chow mein dish for two.
Tired of turkey sandwiches? Don’t know what to do with the left over cooked turkey from Thanksgiving or Christmas dinner? This chow mein recipe maybe is your solution for your leftover turkey. You can also use any other kind of left over meat or poultry instead of turkey.