Where did chow mein originate?
If you're asking where it comes from, it comes from China.
If you're asking where it comes from, it comes from China.
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Discussions of the distinctions between chow mein and lo mein are in the following links.. Basically, the way the noodles are cooked makes the diffierence, and where you get them as take-out.
A Chow is a breed of dog that people believe originated in China. They are close relatives with the Shar Pei and one of their distinct features, in which they are known for, is their blue-black or purple tongue.
Chows are considered a medium size dog. They range in weight from 45 to 70 pounds (20 to 32 kilograms) and can have a height anywhere from 18 to 22 inches (46 to 56 centimeters).
An Asian dish similar to pasta. It contains noodles, vegetables, and spices such as ginger. It's fried together in a pan or a wok; you can also add meat or poultry, as in Chicken Chow Mein.
Honestly, no one knows. It was once believed that the Chow Chow was related to bears in and around the area of China, Mongolia and Manchuria who also shared the blue black tongue. However, genetic testing reveals that the Chow Chow is 100 percent canine. This particular trait is only shared by the C…hinese Shar-Pei. It has been also theorized that it may have been genetic mutation. This may well be one of Mother Nature's many mysteries that we shall never truly know. ( Full Answer )
Step 1 . -Boil enough noodles for three people. you'll have to kinda guess at how much you will need. when the noodles are finished boiling, strain them and set aside. -You can use the boiling time to prep your other ingredients. cut the meat into strips that are about 1/4 inch wide by 2 inch …long at a thickness of about 1/8 inch. This is not an exact science, you can cut the meat anyway you wish. I cut the meat in this manner because the thinner it is, the faster it will cook. . Step 2 . -Put 1/4 cup of cooking oil into a wok or skillet. -When the oil becomes hot, pour the whisked eggs into the oil, and scramble them. -Do not cook the eggs all the way, remove eggs while they are still a bit uncooked. Don't worry, they will finish cooking later. . Step 3 . -Put oil into your wok (skillet) -When the oil becomes hot, put the meat in. -Stir the meat back and forth to cook evenly. -When the meat is completely cooked, pour in about 2 tablespoon of soy sauce . -stir a couple times and add the rest of the vegetables, stir frequently. . Step 4 . -when the vegetables have completely cooked (soft) then add the following and stir: Pinch of chicken bouillon Pinch of salt Pinch of white pepper 2 tablespoon oyster sauce The egg mixture Note: You will want to turn the mixture over and over every few minutes. . Step 5 . Your chow mien is finished when the noodles become hot again. You can sample every few minutes to or so to check their status. . (NOT THIS RECIPE WAS TAKEN FROM : http://www.ehow.com/how_4838534_make-chow-mein.html ) ( Full Answer )
Though lo mein is similar to chow mein, chow mein is stir-fried while lo mein traditionally is not fried.
Songshi Quan. This is what the Chinese referred to them by. It means Puffy-Lion-Dog .
Chow mein literally means "fried noodles." Food historians agree on two points: . Noodles have been known to Chinese cooks since ancient times. . No one knows exactly who made the first chow mein and when. Historians also agree chow mein most likely migrated to America with Chinese immigrants… in the mid-19th century. Yes, this food (and many others) has endured several changes over the years...from indigenious cooks to Americanized restaurant selections to canned versions and frozen entrees. "Chow mein is related to and takes its name from "chao mian," a Chinese dish consisting of previously boiled noodles stirfried with meat and vegetables. There is, however, an important difference. In chow mein the noodles are deep fried in bundles, which are crisp and brittle when they emerge; whereas in the Chinese dish the noodles are soft." --- Oxford Companion to Food , Alan Davidson [Oxford University Press:Oxford] 1999 (p. 183) ( Full Answer )
Chow Chows originated from China. Actually, when times were hard for the Chinese people, they would use the fur from the dogs and they would use the meat from chow chows. That is where the Chinese meal "Chow-Chow" came from. Poor puppies! :(
Chinese people invented the dish, allegedly it was invented by Chinese who came to work in the USA particularly on the West Coast. It is said it is not a dish much known in China.
My great grandmother told me the story of how the name "puppy chow" originated. When mom's would make this treat for their children, they started begging for the treat like little "puppies" , then would CHOW down on it once they received it.
I think basil would be great in a chow mein dish, i would go with chicken, shrimp, or even beef chow mein. You may also be able to find thai basil, which has a much smaller leaf and wouldn't require much chopping, which leads to bruising, and would preserve the color of the dish
Yes they are good with children, but have a tendency to make a chow nervous, therefore not a good candidate for homes with small children. They are usually a one family dog and would not be very good around other children in the neighborhood
If you mean reef chow, it is a fish food commonly used by people who have saltwater aquariums with live corals in them. I have never heard it called reef chow mein.
A Chow Chow usually grows to be 18-22 inches tall. They average aweight of 45-70 pounds. Their life expectancy is around 15 years.
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Chow chow is believed to have originated in Mongolia and Northern China, slowly moving south with the nomadic tribes of Mongolia.
Yes, the Chow Chows tongue is black but is a mystery as to why.. My name is Alex and i am 11 years old, you may not believe me but this is accurate information.
Your local Chinese Food Restaurant. Your local Chinese Food Restaurant. your local tescos frozen isle and then your microwave/wok. iain carney smells o chow mein. RAB
the only fact i can tell you about chow mein is that ive nevertried it
Purebred puppies off the Internet (with papers!) Can cost up to a couple thousand each.
America! -This idiom is the Americanism for a dish of stir-fried noodles, brought to America by the speakers of the Taishan dialect of Chinese.
Chow mein - main ingredient is noodles with vegetables and option of meat. Chop suey - main ingredient is bean sprouts with vegetables and option of meat. Subgum. - main ingredient is vegetables (usually with cooked celery) and option of meat. Depending on the Chinese restaurant more authentic… restaurants include bean sprouts. My grandpa owned 3 Chinese-American restaurants in Michigan, and is from Shanghai, China ( Full Answer )
Chow Chow breeds are prone to shed the worst during the summer, but all dogs shed constantly like humans do. They make room for new hair growth. But in long hair and cold climate breeds, they shed their whole undercoat from spring to fall. Then the new undercoat comes in for the winter. Hope this he…lps.. Brush them daily outside, this will cut down on the hairy furniture and carpet inside. :). If you wanted to, you could even shave them (make their hair only about an inch or two long) during the summer, their coat will grow back before the cold winter hits. This will help with the shedding (at least the hair will be shorter and won't take as long to fall out). ( Full Answer )
No Chows are stubborn, headstrong and difficult to train unless you have a lot of time to spend with them and really know what you're doing (or send them to a professional). They can also be hard to socialize with other dogs. Yes The preceding answer is incorrect, and reflects a lack of experience… with the breed. Chows are more intelligent than other dogs, so inexperienced handlers often have trouble training and socializing them. Sending them to a professional trainer is pointless, because a chow will not take orders from a stranger -even if it understands the command. But they are fanatically loyal and obedient and easy to train for the small group of people they love. If this is your first dog, or you have small children; pick another breed. If you know how to handle a dog and do not anthropomorphize them too much; the chow is an outstanding companion and guardian. Unfortunately for many trainers; you have to be smarter than the dog. ( Full Answer )
I think it is soft noodles in regular chowmein and hard noodles in subgum including possible chunkier vegetables.
Half the time the shrimp wouldn't get cooked all the way through. It was causing many people to get sick. :(
Generally, Chow Chows are considered to be hard to train since they can be stubborn at times. Chow Chows are also listed as the fourth least intelligent dog breed in the book The Intelligence of Dogs by Stanley Coren. They are in the "Lowest Degree of Working/Obedience Intelligence" group, where t…hey learn new commands with 80 or more repetitions and obey first commands 25% of the time or worst. However, there are exceptions and some Chow Chows can be easy to train. Also, positive reinforcements can also make training Chow Chows an easier job. ( Full Answer )
This depends on where you live and what breeder you are buying from but generally purebred puppies can cost up to a couple thousand dollars each.
Chow Chows are seasonal shedders and shed heavily. There is a dense undercoat as well as a topcoat; therefore, a Chow Chow needs daily brushing. The hair tends to gather in tumbleweed like clusters rather than lay flat like the hair of other breeds, making clean-up somewhat easier.
No. It has spent more than two hours in the danger zone of 40ËF - 140ËF. To avoid food borne illness, toss it.
"HOW LONG do chow chow?" If you are trying to say how long do they get. Then approximately 3 feet from nose to tail.
\nAll dogs are the same species and they all have the same scientific name: Canis familiaris.\n. \nChow chow does have a scientific name because it is a breed and not a species
Yes. I have a Chow Chow that was living indoors until I got her. I had her live outdoors and she is still living wonderfully with her best friend and her son.
Pure bred Chow Chow's can be a few different colors. Typically; black, red or "cinnamon", a light brown/tan, and even "blue" which is a very very dark shiny black.
The Chow Chow dog is a breed who originated in China. It was bred for the purpose of a guard dog and pulling carts. They stand 18-22 in (46-56 cm) high and weigh 45-70 Ib. There is the rough-coated form which is most commonly seen. It's a thick, profuse, and straight coat which would need a fair amo…unt of grooming. There is also a smooth-coated form which shows how squarely built and muscular they are. That coat requires less grooming. The chow chow is known for being alert and independent, but not all individuals will be like that ;) Chow Chows are commonly tan or red. ( Full Answer )
lol.. abundant chow is kennel name of Mr. Jessie Yu. check it out .. www. abundantchow s.com
The noodles themselves are vegan, but the way chow mein is prepared (possible with lard, butter, or meat stock) may not be vegan in the end.
A one cup serving of LaChoy chicken chow mein has 100 calories and3 grams of fat. One order (604 grams) of chicken chow mein from arestaurant has about 515 calories and 17 grams of fat.
Chow chow is a pickled relish, made from a combination of vegetables.It mostly popular in the Southern US, and places such as Pennsylvania, New Mexico and the Appalachian Mountains.
Chow mein is a Chinese dish of stir fried noodle. There are many varieties and versions depending on one's taste. An average serving of regular chow mein is about 128 calories in one serving size and 515 calories for chicken chow mein.
Chow chow puppies vary in color depending on the color of the parents. Red chow chows are born with brown coats, and "cinnamon" chow chows are often born with gray coats. Black, cream, and blue chow chows are born with black, cream, or blue coats, respectively.
Chicken Chow Mein is served with a variety of things. Some people just eat it plain the way it is made, others eat it with rice. There are so many varieties of Chow Mein that we could be here all day answering what is served with it.
lean pork green beans carrot onions green pepper noodles are used to make a simple chow mian[more commonly called chowmein]
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If it's the vegetable can, then I would say it is. La Choy usually lists any allergens in it. Which is only soy sauce, right? And all their sauces are gluten free. P.s- Got this from a post back in 2005. So, yeah it's probably gluten- free. Don't blame me though if it isn't xD