chop sueynoun [ U ]uk /ˌtʃɒp ˈsuː.i/ us /ˌtʃɑːp ˈsuː.i/
Examples from literature
- Heat slowly to the boiling point and cook until the celery and cabbage are tender and then make a border around a large hot platter of cooked noodles and lift on the chop suey.
- If you are fond of chop suey, or bird's-nest pudding, and are not too fastidious as to its ingredients, you may enjoy a dinner fit for a mandarin.
- Put some well-seasoned cooked rice on a platter, pour over the chop suey and serve very hot.
- There were tea-rooms, cafeterias, Hungarian cafés, chop suey restaurants.