Top Rated Chop Suey Recipes

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Chop Suey recipe. Ready In: 2 hours Makes 4 servings 1254 per serving Ingredients: bacon, ground beef, celery, cabbage, onion, sweet bell pepper, tomatoes, canned, water, soy sauce, salt, black pepper, rice
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Emeril Lagasse
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DKOSKO
This is the fast and easy chop suey recipe that my mother always made, and we love it 'as is', but you could substitute a can of Chinese mixed vegetables for the bean sprouts if you like more color and texture. Serve over hot rice, topped with chow mein noodles and soy sauce, if desired.
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Chef #320647
A family favorite
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There was a time when kitchenettes all over San Francisco's Chinatown had in their windows neon signs that glowed with the word "chop suey." It is a very good and quickly made stir-fried dish of meat -- pork, veal, beef or chicken -- and crisply ...
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Country Ground Beef
Find recipes for Chop Suey and other Course recipes. Get all the best recipes at . Recipe directions: In a skillet, brown beef; drain. Dissolve bouillon in 1-1/2 cups boiling water; add to skillet. Combine remaining water with cornstarch; stir into beef mixture. Bring to a boil; reduce heat and simmer until thickened. Add vegetables and soy sauce; stir and cook until heated through, about 15 minutes. Serve over rice; sprinkle with chow mein noodles.
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cookncraft
This is a little different from the chinese chop suey you usually find in chinese restaurants, but it is still really good.
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kay cameron
A really cheap and tasty dinner to cook up when you want an easy meal. Easily tweaked to your taste.
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goobergrl6
Passed down from my grandma and possibly longer this is a family favorite and the only chop suey some members will eat.
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Cherbear64
I got this recipe from my Mom years ago, she wasn't a great cook but this was one of her best. I have been making this for years and it is one of those "go to" comfort meals that my family loves. After looking at some other recipes on here for I discovered that there weren't any recipes that even sounded good enough to eat so I had to post this one.
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Chinese viceroy Li Hung Chang, visiting San Francisco's Palace Hotel in the 1890s, requested vegetables with a bit of meat "job suey," or "in fine pieces," and chef Joseph Herder obliged.
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