Easy Chow Mein

Easy Chow Mein


September 13, 2015

  • Prep: 10 mins
  • Cook: 5 hrs
  • Yields: 4


500g beef minced

1 onion, diced

250g Frozen stir fry veges

1/4 cabbage, shredded

2 pkts 2 min noodles, chicken flavour

1 tbsp mild curry powder


1Brown the mince and onion.

2Put everything but the noodles in the slow cooker, including the flavour sachets from both packets of noodles.

3Cook for 5 hours on low

45 minutes before serving, cook the noodles in the microwave as per instructions, drain and add to the cooker.

5Mix through and serve.

Submitted by Jaime Murphy


14 Reviews

Paulene @ Slow Cooker Central

November 14, 2021

Hope you loved it Colin!!

colin venn

November 13, 2021

I am doing Chemo, and lost Taste Buds, so anything that goes in Hot , is good for me. and this will sure boot m,those buds with extra curry, and garlic..come on tea tonight..thanks for simple recipe.


October 19, 2021

Lovely I also add small tin of spaghetti in tomato sauce

Raeleen Whiteley

October 16, 2021

Another delicious meal. I usually use rice in my chow mein but loved the noodles.



August 16, 2020

So u dont add any liquid.


December 21, 2019

didn’t use stock , or the 1 minute noodles i used those in the pots , i liked it , daughter said it was bland, ( didnt have any peanut butter or tomato sauce flavour i think is what she meant )

Darren Comley

September 9, 2018

Haha just read my own review after having cooked this again today. Again I doubled the recipe and added minced garlic (one heaped teaspoon) into the onions. I added 6 small chillis (chopped and seeds in !!), used a 450g slaw mix and 1/4 of cabbage, a pack of frozen vegies, tripled the curry powder, and 5 packs of mi goreng noodles (and all the spice/oil etc). When serving I microwaved scrambled egg (5 eggs). A meal and 12 leftovers, devine and so much in my strong flavour preference.

Darren Comley

July 24, 2017

Thank you for this recipe. This is easy to make, very tasty and was very filling as a main meal. Also it lends itself to tinkering to your own personal preferences. I doubled the recipe because I like freezing lots of left overs. I added minced garlic when browning onions and next time i will add chilli cos I like a kick (I would add chilli to ice cream!!). Overall I can highly recommend this as an easy to prepare, tasty and healthy meal choice. It would also sit well as a side to a main meal.

Vicky Patterson

July 23, 2017

I didnt have any 2 minute noodles so I used a packet of chicken noodle soup. Was delicious

Bonita Cronin

June 25, 2017

How much liquid do u put in

I wouldn’t only because the rice would absorb all the liquid from the dish when added


January 12, 2017

can u used rice instead of 2min noodles

Kelli Wishart

August 1, 2016

Having this tonight and it’s looking awesome! I used fresh carrots beans and capsicum instead of frozen veg and chicken stock and Singapore noodles in place of 2 min noodles & seasoning but just snuck a taste and I can’t wait for dinner! Thanks for an Easley, cheap tummy filler.

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