VEGGIE CHOW MEIN RECIPE | EASY CHINESE VEGAN NOODLES DINNER IDEA

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LEARN HOW TO MAKE AN EASY CHINESE CHOW MEIN NOODLES RECIPE

LAY HO MA!! By far one of the most popular noodle dishes around – and for good reason! This easy vegan chow mein is quick to put together and is super delicious. Join me in this episode and learn how to make a vegetarian/vegan chow mein recipe. Let’s begin.

Ingredients:
1 cup cremini mushrooms
2 pieces garlic
2-3 sticks green onion
1/2 red onion
1/4 red bell pepper
1/2 cup snow peas
2 tbsp soy sauce
1 tbsp rice vinegar
1 generous tbsp hosin sauce
splash of toasted sesame oil
130g ramen noodles
2 tbsp olive oil
1 cup bean sprouts

Directions:
1. Bring a pot of water to boil for the noodles
2. Roughly chop the mushrooms, garlic, and green onions. Slice the red onion and red bell pepper
3. Peel down the tough stringy part of the snow peas
4. Prep the sauce by combining the soy sauce, vinegar, hosin sauce, and sesame oil
5. Cook the noodles for half the time of package instructions. In this case 2mins. Gently stir the noodles to keep them from sticking
6. Strain out the noodles and set them aside
7. Heat up a non stick pan on medium heat. Add the olive oil
8. Add in the red onion, green onion, and garlic. Sauté for about a minute
9. Add the mushrooms, snow peas, and bell pepper. Sauté for a couple of minutes
10. Add in the noodles, sauce and bean sprouts. Sauté for another minute or two and you’re done

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Hong Kong born Canadian, Wil Yeung is an international photographer, filmmaker, entrepreneur, violinist, and YouTube chef. He immigrated to Canada when he was a young boy carrying with him his ability to speak Cantonese and some broken English. Much of his culinary aspirations stem from his background in the visual and musical art spaces. Whether you’re plant based or plant based curious, Wil believes that learning how to make food can really change your life and of those around you.

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  1. Yeung Man Cooking

    LAY HO MA!! It’s time to chow down with this episode 🙌🏻 btw if you love noodles like I do, check out or get your signed copy of the Vegan Ramen Cookbook here http://www.yeungmancooking.com there’s also a free 5 recipe ebook in that same link just for you! Happy cooking 🥳

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  2. Nathalie A

    Such a soothing and calm voice!

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  3. Leslie Viner

    I notice you do not use ginger in your recipes. Any reason?

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  4. Brad Prentis

    I made this dish too but I used crapy chow mein noodles could haven been better but still very good !
    🙏🇨🇦

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  5. sunrayz81

    Very sleek presentation 👍. However, Hoi Sin sauce should not be recommended as it may mislead religious vegetarians who eat vegan meals as part of their diet🙏.

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  6. Frances M

    Best freaking vegan chef on youtube!!!! I made this tonight. Thank you.

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  7. Dave

    Ok and like the simplicity but not made with much skill

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  8. Baljit Bassi

    Is oyster sauce vegan or did you make it yourself?

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  9. Laura C

    How many people do your recipes feed? If it's one I'm good. lol

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  10. Sid

    1. Not cooking in a wok
    2. overloading the pan

    I wouldn't want to try this way.

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  11. Make it Make

    Drooling!

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  12. Manjula Niit

    Super

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  13. Shirley wong

    please do more rice n oatmeal foods

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  14. M L

    I would like to see you make some dishes using a wok. We use stainless steel woks in our restaurant and they are super heavy.

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  15. Pepper Sangster

    I thought you said fish sauce?

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  16. Julia K

    I made this dish today. It's awesome! I made my Hoisin sauce following some YOUTUBE recipe but it was not very good. Could you give us a link to your recipe?

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  17. Julia K

    My son is on lent time for 46 days. I feel so sorry for him. His food is so dal. This recipe is just awesome! He likes noodles. (Costco sells great org. Ramen noodles ). Thanks Mr. Wil Yeung ! We love you!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  18. Alice Ho

    Made this tonight with ee mee instead and still yummy. Your channel is my go to channel whenever we are eating vegan or vegetarian meals. Thank you!

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  19. Cecilia Parker-Nielsen

    I liked the video before even watching it. I know its gonna be good 😏

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  20. Suarez IG1

    Waaaguaaan son. You may want to consider fixing the sound up on your third person, whomever that may be, proper annoying. Cheers 🍻

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  21. Nadia Barnett

    I’d eat everything you cook , lol !

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  22. Adam Bobowicz

    I did it and it was very delicious. Thank you! 🤤🤤🤤

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  23. Sarah's Attic Of Treasures

    So easy. Yummy

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  24. Kristin Burgess

    Ooo. Thanks for the snow pea tip! That stringy bit makes me crazy!

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  25. Roses Flowers

    This will be weekend dinner 🍽️. 😄

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  26. Ghilpa Zanzibar

    The ingredients you use are just for one serving? So for 4 I have to multiple ingredients by 4??

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  27. Edward Smith

    I will make this without the 2 T of olive oil which adds 200 calories to the recipe. Easy to stir fry without oil, just use water. Thanks for the vid and recipe. All the best.

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  28. busy person

    I tried looking for vegan Ramen noodles on Amazon but none of the packet says, Veg or Vegan. I live in UK and I have tried supermarket too but never found vegan one. Please can you suggest sone vegan Ramen noodles.

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  29. Conspiracy Realist Mom

    Can’t wait to try it👍

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  30. Hardev Singh

    Shocking that you didn't mention adding salt and black peppers to your fried noodles.

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  31. Seveni S

    Ok let’s try this again. I am so glad I found this channel!

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  32. Seveni S

    So glad I found this cha

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  33. Seveni S

    Dc

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  34. Ria

    Tasty dish, I used what I had on lockdown so minus the mangetout, onion, beansprouts, increased the other ingredients, used vegan oyster sauce in place of hoisin and spaghetti in place of noodles. Still worked very well. Thank you.

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  35. Kay Cee

    Can this be done with spaghetti noodles?

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  36. Pratistha Mitra

    What camera r u using

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  37. Mel

    “What would I ever do without noodles?!” I feel youuuuu 😁😋 thanks for sharing! Hugs from Istanbul ❤️❤️😋😋

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  38. Kahraman Kahramanov

    It would be better if existed fish recipe

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  39. Shivyy 04

    Soo tell me why I only memorized soy sauce and oyster sauce (vegetarian in my case) for lo mein and chow mein and I forget the hoisin sauce 😭😭

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  40. Harshika chauhan

    Salt and pepper?

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  41. Akyrah34

    Just made this tonight so yummy, used Japanese noodles

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  42. Paulina Vu

    I love your cooking and btw I always appreciate how clean your kitchen is! When I had a gas stove, I always had crumbs and the grate was not as clean!

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  43. Thea Daily

    Just found your channel, going to try this tonight!

    I really like how to the point you are!

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  44. Saul Lopez

    Thank you!

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  45. swaroopa rajpurohit

    Its so refreshing to see a vegan chow mein which doesn't belong to the Popular Indian version! which although I've been loving and eating since a decade, what I really really wanted was a different take on the whole dish..! Thanks again.

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  46. Anupama K

    Would love to try this receipe, although in India we hardly make noodles, expect when kids ask for them. This is a must try. 👌🏻👌🏻👌🏻

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  47. Bella Beaton

    Your videos are fantastic, they are quick and too the point. It is my favorite channel. You say what we need to do so we can cook along with you. You save the commentary for the end where we can enjoy your commentary with you! You are very good at this type of video, Thank You!!

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