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Woolworth's Lunchcounter Chop Suey Chow Mein (C1950)
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The Recipe

1 tablespoon lard or crisco shortening

1 1/2 pounds pork -- cut in 1/2" cubes

salt pepper flour 1 large spanish onion -- diced

3 cups chopped celery

3 tablespoons soy sauce -- regular strength

2 tablespoons molasses

liquid drained from canned sprouts and from canned mushrooms -- (1 cup total) 8 ounces canned mushrooms

16 ounces canned Oriental Vegetables

Sticky steamed white rice Fried chow mein noodles soy sauce

PRESSURE COOKER -- Heat shortening in cooker. Dust meat lightly with seasoned flour. Brown meat in batches in hot, smoky oil. Add onion, celery, soy, molasses, and liquids from canned vegetables. Cover. Set rocker (pot only had one pressure setting). Heat until you get a steady rocking and cook 10 minutes. Cool of its own accord. Stir in vegetables and heat through. Serve: chow mein noodles on bottom; 2 scoops of rice; 1 ladleful of chop suey; extra soy sauce. (And they always brought catsup.)

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