There are a number of variations of Chinese chow-mein that we will focus on getting to know on how to eat chow mein right now.
One of the most important basics to eating Chow-mein is to mix all the stir-fried noodles, vegetables, oil and sauce very well before you eat. One of the important eating etiquette of Chinese culture is to eat everything on your platter, and is best advised, at this instance, that you take very small helpings of two to three so that you do not waste food, which is offensive. While chow-mein is not a main course dish, they are pretty much served as the breakfast or as great appetizers.
Chow-mein cannot be managed in ease to be eaten with spoon, despite the noodles could be scooped using the spoon, the Chinese vegetables like the long beans are cut lengthwise that you will find yourself landing up messing on the table. The best way to eat Chow mein is to use fork and spoon or with chope sticks.
Eating Chow-Mein with fork
When you are thinking of using fork and spoon for eating Chow-mein, what you need to do is to use the spoon in the right hand and scoop some of the noodles, and twist them around the spoon with the help of the fork and take it to fill your mouth, while grab some of those veggies with your fork to follow and much them…hmmm, yummy Chow mein in soy sauce with a tangy taste. However, before you start eating chow mein, forget not to toss the veggies, noodles in the sauce, to mix well before you eat.
Eating Chow-Mein with Chopsticks
Using chopsticks can turn into a heinous task, if you do not know how to use them and are not quite used to using them. What you need to do is first toss, mix well the noodles, the sauce and the vegetables and/or the meat, and mix them well, so that the sauce spreads everywhere. Then use both the chop sticks and grab some noodles and use both them to help them to twist into one of the two chop sticks and suck them into your mouth, while relish this noodle followed with a few veggies that you quickly gobble into your mouth.