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How to Cook Tasty Chicken lo mein

Chicken lo mein. PLEASE LIKE AND SUBSCRIBE Got left over spaghetti noodles? Here's a great , easy and delicious way to use them! Chicken Lo Mein is a classic takeout dish we've all probably enjoyed.

Chicken lo mein It's always such a treat whenever I get to go to an Asian market in my city. Soy sauce - I used both low sodium soy sauce and dark soy sauce for this chicken lo mein recipe. There are many benefits to making your favorite Chinese takeout meal at home — and that includes chicken lo mein! You can have Chicken lo mein using 10 ingredients and 5 steps. Here is how you cook that.

Ingredients of Chicken lo mein

  1. You need 3-4 of chicken breast cut in cubes or bites size.
  2. You need of Spaghetti noodles (cooked).
  3. Prepare 1-2 bag of frozen veggies of choice, I use the Stirfry one.
  4. You need 1 of small bag of frozen broccoli (optional) I had extra because I like the broccoli.
  5. It's Half of bag of frozen snap peas optional or any other frozen veggies you like.
  6. Prepare 1 cup of or 1/2 cup of chicken stock / or beef stock for beef this is optional if you have it, if you don’t it’s fine.
  7. You need of soy sauce.
  8. It's of Oyster sauce.
  9. Prepare of Olive oil.
  10. Prepare of Teriyaki sauce or Asian sauce optional.

Lo mein is a Chinese dish with egg noodles. It often contains vegetables and some type of meat or seafood, usually beef, chicken, pork, shrimp or wontons. It can also be eaten with just vegetables. You can find lo mein noodles in the Asian foods section of most major supermarkets.

Chicken lo mein step by step

  1. Heat up pan with a splash of olive oil? When oil is hot cook the meat, and some soy sauce And chicken stock.when meat is done remove from pan, and leave the juices from the meat in the pan... when cooking the meat also start the spaghetti noodles in a different pot..
  2. Set meat aside let rest.add all frozen veggies, some more soy sauce, cook veggies till done, mix Occasionally,.
  3. When noodles are done, remove from heat, and let sit in the pot of water till veggies are done. They should get done about the same time..
  4. Drain water from the noodles and add to veggies, and a splash of Olive oil and Oyster sauce and more soy sauce if you like, can add any Asia sauce or teriyaki sauce at this time. Mix well then add the meat, mix well again. Remove from heat and it’s done..
  5. Notes-Cook everything on high heat in frying pan or wok. I didn’t give measurements cook to taste. The oysters sauce is what gives the noodles that brown look so don’t be scared to use a lot of it. I use spaghetti noodles because it’s cheaper than the lo mein and I can never find them kind of noodles in the first place, plus I make a lot, sometimes I will use two bags of stir fry veggies, just depends on how much I want to make and how hungry everyone is..

If you can't find lo mein, you can substitute linguine or spaghetti. This chicken lo mein is sauteed chicken and vegetables tossed with egg noodles in a savory sauce. A remake of the take out favorite that tastes even better than the restaurant version! I love Chinese takeout, it's one of my all time favorites. I always load up on Sweet and Sour Chicken and my favorite fried rice.

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