Chow mein sweet potato noodles is a healthy, super quick 15-minute meal that’s great for a weeknight dinner. Spiralized sweet potatoes are lightly stir-fried until crisp-tender then tossed with stir-fried cabbage and carrots and a soy sauce-sesame dressing. These noodles are so addictive that you’ll want to have them every night!
Spiralizers were THE Christmas gift last year and I was one of the lucky ones! I haven’t had much time to experiment with it yet but every time I do I’m amazed by how fast it turns whatever veggie into a big pile of ready-to-cook fresh noodles.
One of the first recipes that I wanted to try spiralized was this vegetable chow mein. I originally published this recipe in March 2015, making it one of the very first recipes on the blog!
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I had first used egg noodles, then after going vegan used wheat noodles, and now I’ve used the same recipe to create these chow mein sweet potato noodles.
I have to say that I prefer these sweet potato noodles over any other kind of noodle. They only need to be cooked for a couple of minutes and have a really great crisp-tender, al dente texture.
Furthermore, with no need to boil the noodles separately, this is now a one-pan meal!
If you don’t have a spiralizer, don’t despair! You can still make sweet potato noodles with a vegetable peeler, it’ll just take a little longer. You can also use other vegetable for this vegan chow mein recipe.
Butternut squash would work great, or any other vegetable you could possibly spiralize. You can also bulk up this chow mein by adding in any other veggies that you have on hand; red pepper, baby corn or snow peas are all great additions.
I’ve seen so many creative recipes using spiralized vegetables that I can’t wait to try it out on some of my other recipes like these Thai drunken noodles or these Singapore noodles. With so many possibilities, I’ll never get bored with my spiralizer!
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Amount Per Serving: Calories: 270 Total Fat: 17g Saturated Fat: 1g Trans Fat: 0g Unsaturated Fat: 15g Cholesterol: 0mg Sodium: 1056mg Carbohydrates: 28g Net Carbohydrates: 0g Fiber: 5g Sugar: 13g Sugar Alcohols: 0g Protein: 4g