Natalie’s Shrimp Chow Mein

You'll love this easy chow mein recipe with shrimp!

10 min. 1 serv.
56 ratings

Bean sprouts replace noodles in this delicious and easy-to-adapt shrimp chow mein recipe. If you’ve been looking to learn how to cook chow mein, then look no further. Replacing noodles with bean sprouts is a healthier option, and the garlic and ginger add flavor that won’t quit. Substitute the shrimp with pork, beef, or chicken for a new taste, or experiment with spices for a new variation on this easy chow mein recipe.

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CALORIES: 260

Ingredients

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1/4 Tsp Grape seed oil
1 Tsp Garlic, minced
1 Tsp Ginger, minced
8 Oz Shrimp, peeled & deveined
1 1/2 Cup Bean sprout
1/2 Cup Snow peas
1 Tbsp Soy sauce, low sodium (can be replaced with tamari)
1/4 Cup Green onions, chopped

Directions

Did you know?

Shrimp is a great source of protein, but also includes a healthy dose selenium, which has been increased with improved heart health. Snow peas, in the meantime, are a great source of anti-oxidants, and provide anti-inflammatory benefits. As if that wasn’t enough, the fiber content in peas is pretty impressive, and they boast a healthy amount of omega 3 content to boot! Pairing these foods with bean sprouts also gives you a great dose of vitamin C, exactly what you need to keep your cells strong and growing!

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If you liked this recipe, then you should definitely try one of these great shrimp meals next: How To Cook Mussels & Shrimp With Mushrooms Recipe, Chili Garlic Ginger Shrimp Recipe, and Healthy Garlic Shrimp With Green Beans Recipe.

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