What is the Difference between Chow Mein and Chop Suey?

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The main difference between chow mein and chop suey is how they are served. Chow mein is served over crisp noodles, chow mein noodles. Chop suey is served over rice but sometimes topped with chow mein noodles.
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Chow mein - main ingredient is noodles with vegetables and option of meat. Chop suey - main ingredient is bean sprouts with vegetables and option of meat. Subgum. - main ingredient
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Chow mein tops thin egg noodles which have been pan browned
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Chop suey is an American invention that uses up vegetables/etc. in a wet stir-fry sauce. It seems to have celery in the recipe. Often served over the fried crispy wheat noodles. Chow
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I think Chow mein is made with the noodles and chop suey is made with the rice. Both excellent choices.
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