10-minute Pork Lo Mein

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Ready In:
19mins
Ingredients:
9
Serves:
4
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ingredients

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directions

  • Heat skillet or wok over med-high heat; add oil and rotate skillet to coat.
  • Add pork and stir fry 5 min or until no longer pink.
  • Gently break apart noodles; add to skillet along with water, seasoning packet, and remaining ingredients.
  • Heat to boiling; boil 3-4 minutes, stirring occasionally until noodles are softened.
  • Diet exchanges: 2 starch, 3 lean meat, 1/2 fat.

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Reviews

  1. LaceySingh
    I am not sure what I did wrong, but this came out pretty awful. I followed the directions and it was so salty it was inedible. My DH has put me on a ban from making Chinese food because of this.....
     
  2. HappyCookingMommy
    i make this on a monthly basis substituting the pork for chicken. my family loves it, it's super easy, and believe it or not it tastes even better the second day!
     
  3. loonydaycarelady
    This is a great recipe. I love the simplicity and how good it tastes. I used chicken tenderloins, and oriental flavored soup packets. I'd eaten the noodles in other dishes so I used angel hair pasta. YUM
     
  4. Gina Farina
    This was way better than what I was expecting. Most of the prep time is in whatever veggies you choose to chop. I added bok choy and cut back a little on the broccoli. I also used peanut oil and a little dark sesame oil. I chose to cook the veggies after the meat, but before adding the water, cause I don't like my veggies too uncooked. I cubed up some tofu and threw that in. Next time I will use the packaged shredded carrots and maybe some fresh ginger and any other leftovers ;-) I doubled the recipe and fed about 6 people. This is a keeper. Thanks for posting a truly easy and fast recipe!
     
  5. shine4dalost
    OMGOODNESSSSSS!!! this was amaizng! next time im gonna get 4pkgs 4my 3member family! lol so there will be leftovers for midnight!!! lol :D yummmm!
     
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  1. HappyCookingMommy
    i make this on a monthly basis substituting the pork for chicken. my family loves it, it's super easy, and believe it or not it tastes even better the second day!
     
  2. duonyte
    I have made this twice, once using fresh chicken that needed to be used and another time using slices of Recipe #269360 from the freezer. I also used frozen veggies (an Asian-style mix) which worked perfectly. My own broth instead of the packet, to reduce sodium, and fresh parsley and Thai basil to round it out. Fast and easy, especially if you keep key ingredients in the freezer and pantry - my kind of recipe for a busy weeknight!
     

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