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Just like take out lo mein! I omitted the bok choy and cabbage because I didn't them on hand but I added broccoli, red pepper, and water chestnuts because I like them and it turned out really good! I also used 3 cups of chicken broth instead of the bouillon cubes. I broke my noodles in half before cooking them which made it much easier to fit in a small amount of liquid. Worth it! :)
I usually order lo mein when eating at an asian restaurant, so I was leary about this recipe. but this gets the YUM award at my house. Made this last night with left-over chicken. The veggies I used were: red pepper, bok choy (I cut up the stalk like celery and chopped up the green leaves), onion, slaw mix and extra carrot, topped with lots of green onion. I also used peanut instead of olive oil. I could not get the noodles to brown, but the taste was awesome nonetheless! My husband and teenagers gobbled it up, even my Picky One ate it. This recipe is delicious, inexpensive, simple (except for the chopping) and uses everyday ingredients, so it gets 5-stars from us. Thanks for posting -- it's a keeper!
OMG! This is divine!! I could not believe how professional tasting it ended up! As good (or better) than many restaurant lo mein dishes I've had. I used purchased chicken broth because I never have cubes and green peas & carrots, otherwise followed recipe exactly. I even bought the bok choy! The only daunting task was getting the pasta squished into the 3 cups of broth, but I just kept pushing it and working it down. Seasoned Cook, thanks for the great recipe!
Delicious! Very easy!!! <br/>Low Mein noodles are great! Authentic with them!
LOVED!! put in a few tablespoons of soy sauce and hoisin sauce.yummy!
Amazing! Just delicious and so easy to make!
I made this tonight and it was so good. I used frozen vegetables and it turned out great. Better than any I have had from a restaurant!
Delicious! I used sliced mushrooms, broccoli florets, onion, and a bag of Asian salad veggies. Quick and easy...the only chopping I did was the onion.
This recipe is delicious. I omitted the veggies except the onion and added broccoli, mushrooms, and bean sprouts. I used just regular spaghetti noodle increasing the water 2 cups. I made a double batch. Yum!
This was really good and my picky kids loved it. I omitted most of the veges just to see if the kids would eat it. I used regular soy sauce so it was a bit salty but that was my fault. I am going to make it again with the correct soy sauce and much more veges. It was even better 15 minutes later after it sat turned off in the pan.