The main difference between chop suey and chow mein is the style of the dish; chop suey contains meat and vegetables in a thickened sauce over rice whereas chow mein contains meat and vegetables in noodles. Chop suey is ... More »

AllRecipes.com and MyRecipes.com both offer popular pork chop suey recipes that are easy to prepare; both recipes involve stir-frying chopped pork loin with onion, celery and other vegetables. The AllRecipes.com recipe i... More »

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To make American chop suey, saute 2 tablespoons of garlic, 1 diced onion and 1 diced green pepper in canola oil. Place 1 pound ground turkey in the pan with the onion, cook until the turkey is browned, and stir in 1 28-o... More »

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Subgum chow mein is a Chinese dish consisting of stir-fried vegetables and meat served over crunchy noodles. The key to a subgum dish is that it contains a wide variety of protein, such as chicken, beef, pork or shrimp. ... More »

To make a copycat version of Panda Express’ chow mein, gather ingredients such as spices, cooking wine and minced green onions to make the sauce for the dish, and serve it over prepared lo mein or Yakosba noodles. The re... More »

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Commonly eaten foods in Mali include rice, mullet, fish, meat and vegetables. Malians often drink a specialty juice called djablani, which is made from ginger, hibiscus or baobab fruit. More »

For an easy chicken chow mein, stir fry cabbage, bok choy, carrots, garlic, prepared chow mein noodles and cooked strips of chicken, tossing in soy sauce and oyster sauce to combine. If you prefer, other vegetables to ad... More »

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