Chow Mein is a classic Chinese dish that has been adopted around the world. Chow Mein simply means ‘fried noodles’. Our version contains tender kale, sweet shrimp and a salty bacon crumble, all tossed in a delicious sauce!
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/ serving 4 people
/ serving 4 people
Chow Mein Noodles(ContainsWheat/Blé)
Oyster-Soy Sauce(ContainsWheat/Blé, Shellfish/Fruit de Mer, Soy/Soja, Sulphites/Sulfite)
Vegetable Broth Concentrate
Salt and Pepper*
Before starting, preheat your broiler to high and wash and dry all produce. Rinse the noddles under warm water until separated. Drain and rinse the shrimp. Pat bacon dry with paper towels, then cut into 1/2-inch pieces. Heat a large non-stick pan over medium-high heat. When hot, add bacon to the dry pan. Cook, stirring occasionally, until crispy, 5-7 min.** Remove pan from heat. Using a slotted spoon, transfer bacon to a paper-lined plate. Set aside. Pour all but 1 tbsp fat into a small bowl.
Add half the noodles to the pan with bacon fat. Cook, stirring occasionally, until crispy, 4-5 min. Transfer to a large bowl. Repeat with 1 tbsp bacon fat from the small bowl and remaining noodles. Transfer to the same large bowl.
While noodles cook, pat shrimp dry with paper towels, then season with half the garlic salt and pepper. Toss kale, carrots, onions and 1 tbsp oil on a baking sheet. Top with shrimp. Broil in middle of oven, until shrimp just turns pink and veggies are tender-crisp, 7-8 min.†
While shrimp cooks, whisk together the oyster-soy sauce, cornstarch, broth concentrate, 1 cup water and remaining garlic salt in a medium bowl. Set aside.
When noodles are finished cooking, add oyster-soy mixture to the same pan. Remove pan from heat. Cook, stirring often, until sauce thickens slightly, 1-2 min.
Divide noodles between plates. Top with shrimp and veggies. Drizzle over sauce. Sprinkle over bacon.