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This was super. I was standing in the shower when I realized I had forgotten to put the brown rice on... and dinner was quickly approaching. I'd never made lo mein before, but figured it would have to work in a pinch. This was a simple recipe, used ingredients I already had on hand and everyone was thrilled. When you make the sauce up, it looks like there's no way there's going to be enough, but there totally was. Subbed specifics for 2 large chicken breasts and a 10 oz. bag of frozen stir fry veggies.

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Kristi Waterworth November 01, 2012

Delicious!! I took advantage of this recipe to clear out the fridge. I used celery, carrots and pan-seared tofu. I also added a heaping spoon (didn't measure) of Thai garlic chili paste. A keeper! 2Bleu, thanks for the recipe!

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Rose is Rose July 26, 2012

I used chicken and added bean sprouts.

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GingerlyJ September 17, 2011

A good basic recipe to totally put your own stamp on. I used chicken and a variety of our favourite veggies. I did also mix a little cornflour with water and added it to the sauce in the pan to thicken it slightly, and help it cling to the spaghetti.
Tasty and easy...a good mid week supper solution.
Made for PRMR.

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Noo June 11, 2011

I changed it up a little. Used a bell pepper instead of a carrot (since I didn't have any), plus I used Ancient Grains (gluten-free) Quinoa linguine. Quick and tasty.

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aelder2259 March 29, 2011
Basic Lo Mein