Want to know how to make Samoan chop suey? Samoan chop suey is a great side dish to add to any meal. The recipe for Samoan chop suey can be easily altered for larger gatherings because most of the ingredients for making Samoan chop suey are already in your pantry. This recipe for Samoan chop suey uses noodles called Bean Thread, not your typical elbow macaroni. Aside from that, the recipe for Samoan chop suey is simple and delicious.
To make Samoan chop suey you will need:
- can of corned beef
- two cups frozen mixed vegetables
- 1 1/2 Cups of aloha soy sauce
- diced onion
- six quarts water
- 1/4 Cup Vegetable oil
- three tbsp. salt
four packages of bean thread
- Bring the six quarts of water to a boil and add in the salt and bean thread. Let this boil for approximately three to four minutes. Once this has boiled for the proper amount of time cover the pan with a lid, and set the pot aside.
- In a medium sized pan sautee the diced onions in the 1/4 cup of vegetable oil. When the onions are translucent add in the corned beef and cook thoroughly. During this time you can cook the mixed vegetables in the microwave or on the stove top depending on your preference.
- The bean threads should have soaked up some of the water from the pan during this time and took a fat appearance. Drain the remaining water from the pot of bean threads. You can use scissors to cut the threads into smaller pieces at this time if you desire.
- Add the corned beef mixture and the mixed vegetables to the pot with the bean threads and mix well. Add the soy sauce to taste.