Total Time
Prep 10 mins
Cook 25 mins

Adapted from a recipe by ANGCHICK at An excellent side dish for any Asian meal, try adding ¾ lb cooked meat (chicken, pork, beef, shrimp), cut in julienne, for a main dish. * The best noodles to use are found in Asian markets, labelled "lo mein." They're a slightly dry, curly, fresh egg noodle. Next best is regular dried linguini. Dried egg noodles will turn mushy, as will vacuum-packed "fresh Chinese-style" egg noodles. * Hoisin sauce, also called Peking sauce, is a thick, reddish-brown sauce that is sweet and spicy, and widely used in Chinese cooking. It's a mixture of soybeans, garlic, chile peppers and various spices. It can be found in Asian markets and many large supermarkets. Look in the Asian or ethnic section. If this item is not in stock at your local store, ask your grocer to special order it for you. Most grocers will be happy to do this for their customers.

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. Bring a large pot of lightly salted water to a boil. Add pasta and cook until al dente (3-5 minutes for egg noodles, 8-10 minutes for spaghetti); drain.
  2. Heat oil in a large wok or sauté pan. Stir fry mushrooms, carrots, peppers, onion and garlic until tender. Stir in bean sprouts and green onions; cook one minute. Mix cornstarch and chicken broth in a small bowl and add to stir fry. Stir in hoisin sauce, honey, soy sauce, ginger, cayenne pepper and curry powder. Cook and stir until thickened and bubbly.
  3. Add cooked pasta, and toss. Serve immediately.
Most Helpful

I loved it as is, DH really liked, but would have loved it with some kind of meat. Followed the recipe exactly. Thanks for posting, I'll be making this again.

Lucky in Bayview December 17, 2013

Enjoyed this ... didn't have exactly the right veggies but used what I had, I think this is a versatile and forgiving recipe. I enjoyed this as a vegetarian main meal, made for I Recommend tag game

Karen Elizabeth September 30, 2013

WOW - unfortunately I didn't have bean sprouts to add but everything else went in and I used fresh Hokkien Noodles which I soaked in boiling water for a few minutes until they separated as in the past I have found if you boil them they turn to mush. The flavour from the sauce was fantastic just the right amount of sweet and spice, thank you Dr. Gaellon for a keeper, made for Name that Ingredient tag game.

I'mPat September 16, 2013