Yum!! All I can say is yum! With the pandemic, many Chinese/Japanese restaurants have closed down. With my craving for a greasy lo-mein, I had no choice but to make it myself. There are a few staples to a good lo-mein like the baby corn. Other ingredients I didn't include are cabbage and broccoli. I did noodle-less to enjoy a lower carb meal. If you choose to do it with noodles, I would recommend a spaghetti or a Chinese noodle you can find in your regular grocery store. You can also try a rice noodle, or udon noodle to change it up.
Begin by slicing your chicken and seasoning with garlic and pepper. While chicken is cooking add soy sauce, sesame oil and oyster sauce to chicken as it cooks down. In separate pan cook your sliced vegetables, with same seasonings. Once chicken is cooked through, add to vegetables. Add extra sauces as needed, to taste. Enjoy alone or with pasta. If adding pasta, in a pan mix chicken, vegetables and pasta to mix all flavors.
10/27/2022 08:22:31 pm
I love your recipes. I see you’re following a diet similar to mine. You should try coconut aminos in place of soy sauce!!!
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