Chow Mein

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Stir-fried Noodles or Chow Mein is a traditional Chinese-style dish widely popular in the country. Chow Mein is a delicious and nutritious dish mainly consisting of noodles, egg, shredded meat, vegetables and spring onion.

The cooking method of Chow Mein varies in different places of China. The popular and yummy Stir-fried Noodles include those in Luohe, Anqing, Wuhu, Liaoning, Chaoshan and Shandong.

Nutrition and Efficacy

Chow Mein can resist stain, thrombus, cancer and other diseases, lower lipid and blood pressure, prevent thrombosis, invigorate stomach, help to digest, relieve fever, ease pain, increase appetite, lose weight, anti aging and improve circulation.

Nutrient Content

Heat (1177.39 kcal) Sodium (1792.39 mg)
Protein (47.33 g) Magnesium (279.81 mg)
Fat (19.82 g) Iron (15.03 mg)
Carbohydrate (199.88 g) Zinc (6.94 mg)
Dietary fiber (7.85 g) Selenium (10.69 micrograms)
Vitamin A (57.95 micrograms) Copper (1.12 mg)
Carotene (151.20 micrograms) Manganese (4.72 mg)
Thiamine (1.56 mg) Potassium (1125.73 mg)
Riboflavin (0.68 mg) Vitamin B6 (0.08 mg)
Niacin (17.15 mg) Pantothenic acid (0.34 mg)
Vitamin C (13.30 mg) Folic acid (51.00 micrograms)
Vitamin E (4.66 mg) Vitamin K (35.25 micrograms)
Calcium (89.99 mg) Cholesterol (67.15 mg)
Phosphorus (747.94 mg)  

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