Chow Mein (Stir-fried Noodles)
chǎo miàn

    Chow mein, or stir-fried noodles, is a traditional cuisine that originated in Mainland China. The ingredients of chow mein vary from region to region. The most common type contains noodles, meat, egg, vegetables, and onions stir fried in oil. Most Taiwanese restaurants offer this dish in a wide variety of choices, ranging from seafood to beef.