We all love some things and hate some things but one thing that we all adore is chowmein, especially when it’s as spicy as Rakhi Sawant.
Ok, sorry, bad example!
We often see people hanging out and savoring the taste of curly delicacy called CHAW-MEIN (that’s how it is pronounced in India).
So, before going further let’s just know the ‘ifs and buts’ of chowmein. It is chinese dish made with refined flour or ‘maida’. The name suggests that it is ‘stir-fried noodles; chow meaning stir-fried and mein meaning noodles.
Ok, so the authentic way of gulping this lip-smacking dish is eating it with the help of chopsticks but in India people usually prefer to ditch authenticity, and eat it using forks or even hands. Basically, much of the Indian population becomes like music director Pritam when it comes to the chowmein business; NO FUCKS GIVEN TO AUTHENTICITY.
So, we at lopscoop tried our hands at eating this dish in an authentic way, let us see how it went :-