Chop Suey(Only Veg)

on December 03, 2011 in , , ,
noodle recipe chop suey

Classic American chop suey consists of elbow macaroni and bits of cooked ground beef with sautéed onion and green pepper in a thick tomato-based sauce.Though this decidedly American comfort food is clearly influenced by Italian-American cuisine, it is known as a chop suey because it is a combo meal with meat and vegetables.
 But my recipe is Chinese-American Chop Suey with only vegetables and Noodles instead of Pasta.
You can add chicken or meat and chicken stock instead of vegetable stock.
(Chop suey has become a prominent part of American Chinese cuisine, Filipino cuisine, Canadian Chinese cuisine, Indian Chinese cuisine, and Polynesian cuisine. In Indonesian Chinese cuisine it is known as Cap cai)
This recipe consists of simple 3 step process.
Cook the noodles with salt.
Heat oil in a frying pan and deep fry this cooked noodles.
Noodle should be added little by little and in a way that after frying it should resemble a bird’s nest.
This step is making the Chop suey sauce with all the veggies and chicken if you are using.
1. Ginger-1tsp finely chopped
2. Garlic-1tsp finely chopped
3. Onion-1 medium sized
4. Carrot-1 no
5. Bell Pepper-1 no
6. Spring Onion /celery- 2 tbsp
7. Cabbage-4 tbsp
8. Veg stock/water-2tbsp
9. Salt & Pepper
10. Tomato sauce-bountiful
 & Worchester sauce-1tsp
Method of preparation
In a wok, add in 1tbsp oil.
Add in chopped ginger, garlic, onion and spring onion and sauté well.
Now add all the veggies (you can add your selection of veggies), just sauté in high flame.
Add 1 tsp sugar.
Add generous amount of Tomato sauce and just 1 tsp Worchester sauce.
Add in salt, pepper and stock.
Cook until al-dente.
In another pan add 1 tsp oil and fry 1 egg .This is served as a topping to the chop suey.
Serve hot.
This is so delicious and my family’s favorate.Please try this at home and ENJOY!!!



Looks Yummmmmy Didi :)

delicious recipe... would surely give it a try..

Thanks dear,Navya...Its tasty..U give it a try..

looks delicious..

thanks Deepa for stopping and follw
noddles are yummy and inviting
hope to see u again and share our ideas

Your pictures are very tempting and inviting, Deeps. Thanks for visiting my blog btw. :)

Thanks Deepa for stopping and follow. You have a wonderful space. Glad to follow you.

this looks great- will have to try this soon! Came across you from Facebook- Food Corner's sharing your recipe. Will be following and checking out more of your food!

Thanks Deepa for stopping by and introducing me to your wonderful space. This is a different recipe and the flavors are inviting.

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