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Loved this! Really tasted great and was quick. I didn't have any leftover chicken, so I marinated a couple of chicken breasts in orange juice and soy sauce overnight, then cubed and stir-fried.
To get five stars, drizzle a little sesame oil and rice wine vinegar over the whole mess at the end of the cook time, then stir in.
Added 7/21/10: I've made this several times now, and never have leftovers. Today I made it with the meat from leftover barbequed chicken leg quarters. The barbeque flavor really adds a good twist to this dish.

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Crochet Mama September 16, 2010

Yum, this was delicious! I used MINIMAL oil, diced chicken breast, fresh ginger, and added some cut up snow peas. I used Shirataki tofu noodles for my dish, and whole wheat spaghetti noodles for DH. Both were AWESOME. If you like more sweet, add a little sweetener, or some cider vinegar to make it a "sweet and sour" type of dish. I served this with egg drop soup and a salad.

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yogiclarebear April 24, 2007

I've made this twice so far and loved it both times. Of course, I love pineapple and I love lo mein, so it's kind of a no brainer for me to give this unusual and tasty recipe five stars. It's something you don't see in many Chinese restaurants, so at home is about the only place you're going to get it. (I do want to get my knife skills to the point I can julienne the carrots etc, which is why the picture I posted has them chopped.) This one's going in the current rotation of recipe I make (and will more likely than not stay there). Note: the recipe does not say when to add the pineapples, so I just put them in with the chicken, that seems to work well.

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stingo March 17, 2007

This is a delicious recipe, I've been making it for awhile now. It is from a 2002 edition of Quick Cooking Magazine(Taste of Home). Another reviewer noted that the directions do not say when to add the pineapple, the original recipe calls for adding it in with the green pepper and carrots. My family loves when I make this dish!

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KeeperAtHome March 02, 2010

A great way to use up leftover chicken or turkey. Will certainly make this again.

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Darlene10 February 21, 2005

Thanks, sm1212, for a great recipe for leftover turkey. My family really enjoyed this.

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Darkhunter February 07, 2003
Pineapple Chicken Lo Mein