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Chicken Lo Mein Recipe Like Restaurant
Ive had readers telling me theyve doubled the soy sauce! . Made this last night with left-over chicken. I am thinking of adding some shrimp or chicken. Nivi April 14, 2015 8:34 AM Reply This was really good! I added more sauces just cos I like mine saucier haha&any idea on how many calories per serving in this dish? I tried looking it up but I couldnt find calories in homemade veggie lo mein. Add soy sauce and toss. Im looking forward to trying some of your other recipes. midge cardoso February 2, 2016 5:13 PM Reply Such a tasty recipe! Followed it to the T except only used 6 oz of Lo Mien Noodles Luv your Blog!!! . triple the sauce probably would have been good. Susan J May 27, 2015 5:09 PM Reply While this tastes nothing like the lo mein I get at the restaurant it is, nevertheless, delicious! I would say it tastes more like the Thai noodle dish at Noodles & Co.
It complimented the dish perfectly! This is most definitely going in the rotation. Now going to check out the other recipes on your blog. Got tired of what hubby was warming up, lol, and needed something that could be pulled together fast. Any other sauce I can replace this with? Chungah June 11, 2015 9:40 AM Reply Because it is such a small amount, it may be best to omit it in its entirety. Remove, set aside. Mirin is also an adequate substitute but if you use Mirin, please reduce the sugar to 1 tsp. Julienne a red bell, make the sauce etc. Life of Dozer A split second before he inhaled a homemade dog biscuit. I immediately emailed the recipe to my lo mein loving friends because damn! . Teresa November 4, 2014 9:40 AM Reply I tried this recipe and the pesto chicken sandwich.
Emily Anne October 21, 2014 10:09 AM Reply My friend and I had a hankering for lo mein the other night, so I found this recipe and decided to give it a try. Cover and let marinate in the refrigerator for at least 1 hour. I just subscribed and now Im off to find my next trial recipe! . Angie F July 11, 2016 5:23 PM Reply Thank you! The sauce was fabulous! . Read more JOSIE 3/2/2003 I enjoyed this recipe but I did change it around a bit. Thank you for sharing. I added chopped Chinese egg plant, and a mixture of baby kale, spinach and broccolini. Will be making again very soon. MommyLisa July 9, 2015 8:06 AM Reply I am super excited about the sauce recipe.
But as always, please feel free to double or even triple the sauce as needed to suit your preferences. But, this works with all cooked noodles. On low heat cook just until noodles are nice and darken. Im going to surprise my husband for dinner with it next week. Thank you!! . Lianna December 24, 2014 2:43 PM Reply Im allergic to sesame oil do you know a possible substitute? thanks Chungah December 24, 2014 10:46 PM Reply Because it is such a small amount, it should be fine to omit. plays Lo Mein Noodles plays Spicy Kung Wow Chicken plays Sweet Chili Lime Chicken with Cila. Jaime June 15, 2016 8:21 AM Reply This looks delicious! Do you know if it would be just as good served cold? Want to bring to a BBQ but dont want to have to worry about keeping it warm. 2ed2f023e9
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