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These were SOOOOOOOOOOO Good! I used them without chicken, since I served them with A Cantonese Beef Dish I created. Thanks for a Great Recipe! Koechin/Ingrid
I used 2 c. coleslaw mix and omitted meat and bean sprouts. Also, I didn't have sesame oil, so I just threw in a bunch of sesame seeds with the sauteing veggies. This was really tasty with a bit of fresh lemon juice added at the table. I really liked this, but DH wasn't terribly excited about it, hence the 3-star review. I would make it again (we had it with grilled whole salmon), but maybe only when he's not home!!
Hi papergoddess - this was awesome! We loved it here - we served it as a side and it was delicious! I hope that they will consider it for the menu - anyway, I hope so. Thanks for a wonderful dish, Diane :)
This was really good. I did not add meat since we had chicken in the accompanying main dish. Instead, I added snow peas and sliced shitake mushrooms. This is a very versatile dish. Sliced bamboo shoots and/or water chestnuts would work well too. I tripled the recipe and froze in quart sized freezer bags for quick lunches. Good one! Thanks for sharing.
Pretty good. Used asian noodles, no sprouts. Took reviewers suggestions to add oyster sauce. Nice change. I wouldn't give it 5 stars though. Would make again.
Made today. . I didn't have any sprouts (ALWAYS USE FRESH!!!) nor sesame oil. I do a lot of oriental cooking so I will say it WILL be AWESOME with the fresh sprouts and SESAME OIL (don't skimp, but it NEEDS the sesame oil.. if you don't want a big bottle, get a sample one at Cost Plus import store) .. I might add oyster flavoured sauce, but it was good and I'd love to add in some fresh white onion too. I also used actual lo mein noodles. MMMMMMMMMM
This was just OK for me. I did not add any meat, so maybe I was missing something. I will try again, though!
Great recipe! A healthy, fast and full of flavor meal. We used whole wheat angel hair pasta. I did add chicken, plus half a bag of frozen Chinese vegetables, though I almost overfilled my pan by doing it! The depth of a wok would be really useful here if you have one available. Highly recommended - we'll be using this one again soon. Thanks so much for the great idea!