Chow mein is a popular noodle dish in Guyanese cuisine it was given to us by the Guyanese people of Chinese descent. Chinese cuisine has an important place in Guyanese food culture, due to their culture there are many wonderful ingredients and products that we use to make our food, which were though to us from our ancestors. Chow Mein Recipes are just like what you get at your favorite Chinese restaurant but it’s made at home in under 30 minutes! It’s made with tender noodles, fresh sautee veggies, lean chicken, and a simple savory sauce. A crave-worthy dinner!
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The delicious dish of Chow-mein!
What is Curry?
A curry is a dish with a sauce seasoned with spices, mainly associated with South Asian cuisine. The spices commonly include turmeric, cumin, coriander, ginger, and chili pepper, among others. In southern India, leaves from the curry tree may be included. There are many varieties of curry. Curry powder is simply a combination of various of ground spices, which are present in this recipe! This combination of spices will yield that familiar curry flavor, and it’s on the milder side. If you’re looking to kick up the heat, try stirring in some cayenne a little at a time. You can also use your favorite curry powder in this dish!
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A tip about Guyanese Food
The cuisine of Guyana has been greatly influenced by both its colonial history and its ethnic populations. As a result, the food of Guyana is incredibly diverse taking elements from Creole, East Indian, African, Portuguese, Amerindian, Chinese and European cuisines. Root vegetables like cassava and sweet potatoes are staples of the country’s diet. Seafood is also a major part of Guyanese cuisine as are fresh fruits. Green seasoning, a combination of herbs, onions, hot peppers and garlic are used to flavor many of Guyana’s dishes.
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