We doubled this recipe because our teenaged son can eat about 10,000 calories per meal. He never comments on his food unless he thinks it is really good. He gave this recipe five grunts and a couple mumbles. It's a little bland for our normal tastes, but Lo Mein is supposed to be bland. Very easy and quick to make. It needs to cook for a little longer than step seven suggests (on our stove), otherwise it doesn't thicken.
Very yummy and easy to play with - left out the sprouts (didn't have any) and snow peas; added carrots; and had sauteed mushroom on the side for those that wanted them.
Good quick dinner with plenty of healthy veggies. I used rice noodles, and added some shredded carrots for color.
I doubled this recipe and used the pre-cooked, pre-packaged sliced chicken breast. What a delicious and quick meal! Used the low salt soy sauce and omitted the additonal salt to taste. This will be made often, thank you littleturtle!