I have to bring some sort of Chinese dish to my son's Boy Scout potluck dinner. I was going to bring fried rice but several other folks already signed up for that, so I'm going to make up a stir-fry with noodles.
Could I use regular pasta instead of the pricey oriental noodles I find in my grocery store?
This is what I've planned:
Break regular spaghetti in half and cook al dente
In my electric skillet stir-fry some onions, grated ginger root, celery, carrots, & broccoli
Add some cooked chopped chicken to the pan and mix in with the vegs
Beat a few eggs and add to the pan, stir so it cooks in little pieces
Add the cooked spaghetti & some soy sauce and mix all together
Is there anything else I could add to make it taste more Chinese-y? I like to cook basic & healthy, without adding anything processed or artificial. This doesn't have to impress the Chinese Ambassador, just satisfy my son's fellow Boy Scouts & their families. Each section of the troop chose a different country and now their moms have to prepare a dish of that type of food.