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hong kong style fried egg noodles (chow mein)

my version -- wok fried hong kong style egg noddles seasoned with dark soy, ginger, chili, garlic, sesame oil, corn starch, and palm sugar; mixed with sautéed carrots, snow peas, bok choy, scallion, etc.

"The king of fried noodles in soy sauce (Hong Kong style chow mein) is a well-known Hong Kong-style snack. In Guangzhou, it is a favorite dish to eat alongside a cup of morning tea and is popular for breakfast. The most effective way to cook noodles is to use a wok and heat the oil until it is almost smoking." -- Yum China
"Hong Kong style pan-fried noodles can be found at Chinese and Asian markets. They’re egg noodles, so they should be yellow in color, and they can be found fresh or dried. Whether they’re fresh or dried, however, make sure you buy the noodles specified as “Hong Kong Style Pan-Fried Noodles” or “Hong Kong Style Egg Noodles.”"-- The Wok of Life


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