This was good...I made about 3/4 of the pasta (see the other comment below that said it was too much...it really is. I made all of it and eyeballed what was in the pan that I had to add the noodles to and thought hmm...way too much). I used about double the soy sauce and should have quadrupled it but...yeah, it was good. It is oddly a lot of work but...at the end...it was yummy. I added shiitake mushrooms and onions and grilled them with the chicken. Hubby loved it too.
We thought this was wonderful. I used pre-cooked rotisserie chicken and added about half a pound of fresh green beans so that it would be more well-balanced. The flavor was outstanding; a great easy recipe! Thank you.
This was fairly good, although it seemed like a lot of pasta for the amount of meat. I will try it again with some veggies too! Thanks for sharing!
This was good, but fairly bland for my tastes. Adding a variety of vegetables would add to the flavor, but I stuck to the recipe as written.
I tried this recipe when I had a serious craving for chicken lo mein. It was okay, but not nearly as good as I had hoped it would be. It was a lot of prep and work to do for just an "okay" turn-out. Not beating up on it or anything, I just thought it would have been better.
Asian comfort food! I modified the recipe according to what I had on hand and also to make a one-dish meal. I stir fried vegetables while the chicken (I used boneless thighs) marinated. I doubled the recipe so we would have leftovers. DH wanted his food spicier so he added hot chili garlic sauce. DD and I ate as is and enjoyed the mild but delicious flavors. Thanks for sharing! p.s. I sprinkled black sesame seeds on top for a garnish.
This was great. I used 3/4 pound of chicken so I increased the ingredients for the chicken by 1/2. I kept the pasta the same. I also used 2 large cloves of garlic, minced, that I added after the chicken was cooked. I kept the sauce ingredients the same and used double strength chicken broth. The next time I'm going to double the sauce and add broccoli. This one is a keeper.
This was pretty good. I did add some onion and some cabbage for vegs. I thought it was a little bland.
We really enjoyed this recipe. I doubled the sauce, well not the chicken broth, but everything else. I added some red pepper flakes to the cooking sauce. I used some fresh liguini, and finished this up by letting the noodles absorb the extra cooking sauce. I also stir fried some onion, red bell pepper, bean sprouts and green beans. Added the green onions and about 4 large garlic cloves chopped, towards the end. Very flavorful, and easy to make. Just make sure you have everything chopped and ready to go before you start cooking. Thanks for a great recipe Kyle!
I loved it and so did my finicky fiance! Just added shredded carrots and mushrooms. Will definitely make this again. Thanks. :0)