Each get together I am the noodle maker. The recipe was brought down from my great-grandmother and moved down to me. I’ve been mastering it for a few years now and it’s always a hit!

It’s also super easy and the ingredients aren’t too expensive.

Here is what you need:

Chow Mein stir fry noodles (uncooked)

3 eggs

Package of bacon

Fish cake

Oyster sauce

Can of chicken broth

How to make it:

Make the egg into an omelet, cut into squares

Fry bacon

Cut and sauté fish cake

Par-bowl the noodles in the chicken broth and 1 can water

Drain extra liquid

Toss noodles with a few drops quarter-size drops of oyster sauce, fish cake, egg and bacon

Plate noodles on platter and top with garnishes; Chinese peas, green onion, carrots, celery and/or any other of your favorites





Written and managed by Chloe and Andrew of Seattle.


  1. Elizabeth O. Reply

    That looks like it’s packed with a lot of flavor from all of the ingredients! I love noodles, and it would be nice to be able to cook some on my own, without it being instant.

  2. Those are my favorite noodles for stir fry. I like to cook them and then fry in a little oil before I toss with my stir fry ingredients.

  3. My grandma was really love Chinese food and this is the one that she love. fried noodles

  4. Yum. I’ve never had chinese fried noodles before I usually stick to chicken balls when it comes to chinese food, but this looks so good.

  5. Oh man, that’s a good looking dish right there. It’d def. make my family very happy to see it on the table.

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