|Fundamentals of Meal Management|
|by Margaret, Ph.D. McWilliams|
For undergraduate courses in Introduction to Foods and Menu Planning in Hospitality and Foods and Nutrition departments.
Tip: Try mein leftover pork for more results.
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Cook celery and ... boil and then take off heat. Serve with chow mein noodles; and rice if desired. It's a good way to use leftover chicken, pork or turkey.
Place beans in a shallow microwave dish. Top with meat and mushrooms. Spread gravy over the mixture. Combine noodles and onion rings; sprinkle over ...
Brown meat in ... salt, soy sauce and broth, add to skillet. Cook until thickens, add chow mein vegetables to heat. Serve with chow mein noodles or rice.
Grease lightly 10 inch skillet. Fry pork until brown, stir ... and gravy. Heat to boiling, stirring constantly. Serve over Chinese noodles and (or) rice.
Line bottom of pan with chicken, add soy sauce. Layer bean sprouts on top of chicken. Add chopped onion and celery, nuts and noodles. Mix mushroom ...
Partially freeze a boneless pork butt so it ... cooked. Stir 3 tablespoons flour in 1/2 cup water; stir until thickened. Serve over Chinese noodles and rice.
Boil onion and ... in bouillon. Add leftover meat and bean sprouts. Add soy sauce to taste, thickened with cornstarch. Serve over chow mein noodles or rice.
Fry onion and ... 15 minutes. Add pork and soy sauce ... more minutes. Serve chow mein over noodles and/or ... from previous pork meals, it can be added.
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