How To Make Panda Express Chow Mein
Make the perfect Panda Express chow mein copycat with the help of this recipe. It’s easy to follow, quick to make, and it allows you to go easy on the oil.
Sliced the onions and cabbage thinly.
Cut the celery on a bias thinly as well.
Put the oil in the pan, set to high and when the oil is hot add the veggies.
Let cook for a couple of minutes until it is caramelized a bit.
Stir and let more of it caramelize.
Add the noodles and toss together.
Add the soy sauce and oyster sauce and toss together.
Serve and enjoy!
- Calories: 515.86kcal
- Fat: 12.13g
- Saturated Fat: 1.88g
- Trans Fat: 0.10g
- Monounsaturated Fat: 5.86g
- Polyunsaturated Fat: 3.51g
- Carbohydrates: 84.74g
- Fiber: 5.05g
- Sugar: 3.92g
- Protein: 17.08g
- Cholesterol: 95.20mg
- Sodium: 340.29mg
- Calcium: 63.24mg
- Potassium: 399.59mg
- Iron: 4.83mg
- Vitamin A: 23.24µg
- Vitamin C: 14.90mg
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