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Step by Step Procedure to Prepare Bombay Style Veg Chowmein

Food lovers across the world enjoy eating umpteen cuisines. Even some high-profile food bloggers join the bandwagon showing their way of eating and brandishing their own eating skills with others. The best way to know the country is by having its local food and cuisines. You can even enquire about local dishes from native people. There are various Indian restaurants in Bangkok that serve the purpose i.e serve and dine the diners with world-class cuisines. If you are visiting Bangkok then you should try their best dish which is Veg Chow mein.

Chow mein is a Chinese dish that originated in China. It is generally made with mixed vegetables, soy sauce, and spices. Bombay-style veg chowmein is a delightful Indo-Chinese fusion that is considered a savory masterpiece of velvety noodles and oodles of crunchy veggies. Fall in love with this Chinese dish at the best restaurant in Bangkok which is Amritsr. If you want to relish home-cooked Bombay-style veg chowmein then must read the article and enlighten yourself.

Ingredients to cook Bombay Style Veg Chowmein:

  • 300 to 400 grams of noodles.
  • Toasted Sesame oil
  • Neutral Flavored oil
  • Chopped vegetables
  • Cornflour
  • A little amount of water for boiling purpose

Recipe to cook Bombay Style Veg Chowmein at home

1) Firstly bring a pot of water add salt to it and put it on medium flame.
2) Now add 300 to 400 grams of noodles. Don’t segregate them. Let them be as it is.
3) You can also use soba noodles wheat noodles ramen noodles, etc.
4) As per package directions cook the noodles accordingly and wait for a while
5) Stir the noodles until they become tender and soft. There is no need to cook the noodles al dente. Well, the choice is yours.
6) Drain your ramen in a colander.
7) Rinse the noodles in running water.
8) Now add 2 teaspoons of sesame oil or neutral-flavored oil.
9) Toss the noodles so that oil could be well mixed or coated. The purpose of doing these noodles won’t be stick together.
10) Now cover the noodles with a lid and set them aside for some time.
11) Now chop all vegetables which you brought and keep it aside so that they could add in the mixture.
12) Prepare the cornstarch with water and keep it aside.
13) Heat the skillet separately with cooking oil and add all the veggies associated with chow mein.
14) Add chopped onions and saute them for a while.
15) Don’t forget to add mushrooms and chopped beans.
16) Keep the stirring process and heat the veggies accordingly.
17) If possible add carrots, capsicums, and ginger in the mixture.
18) Fry and heat them for about 5 minutes.
19) Now add soy sauce or tomato sauce along with black pepper.
20) You can also add tofu cubes and sprouts and season it with salt as required.
21) Stir and saute the mixture and add cornflour flurry.
21) As usual keep the stirring process going on.
22) Now add the cooked noodles with the veggies mixture and keep the flame high.
23) Toss the noodles again and again to avoid stickiness.
24) Give a final touchup by adding apple cider vinegar or rice vinegar.
25) Garnish the chow mein with sesame seeds and spring onion greens and serve the diners.

Hope you have read the aforesaid steps of cooking Bombay style veg chow mein at your home. But if you really want that home cooked flavors and enjoy the unexplainable delicacies then head to Amritsr restaurant in Bangkok and see for yourself. So welcome to slurp your noodles aka chow mein and savor your taste buds.

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