How to Make The Best Chinese Lo Mein ~ Chinese Food Recipe

How to Make The Best Chinese Lo Mein ~ Chinese Food Recipe

This Chinese vegetable lo mein dinner is quick, easy, healthy and delicious. I show you my secret ingredient I use to get that smoky hint of flavor in the lo mein. Packed full of vegetables. Lo mein is one of our favorite stir fry Chinese foods. Enjoy.

The Best CHICKEN Lo Mein:

How to Make Vegetable Lo Mein ~ Chinese Food Recipe

INGREDIENTS:
1 pound of Lo Mein Noodle
or spaghetti/linguini/fettucini
Oil for wok

Whites and greens of garden onions
Celery
Carrots
Bamboo shoots
Cabbage/Bok Choy
Bean Sprouts
1 tbsp. minced garlic
1 tsp. grated ginger

Sauce:
3 tbsp. soy sauce
2 tbsp. oyster sauce
1-2 tbsp. mushroom flavor dark soy sauce
or dark soy sauce
3 tbsp. water/vegetable/chicken broth
pinch white pepper
1/4 tsp. sesame oil

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15 Comments

  1. @TessCooks4U…Thanks for replying. I'm unable to reply to posts due to old version of Safari. Only can write new ones. Anyhow, I just remembered something. It's called Cantonese Soft Noodle, not lo mein, but it basically is lo mein. They definitely use peanut oil. That I'm 100% sure of. Typical added stuff is Beef, watered chestnuts, sliced carrots, broccoli and or mushrooms. Side of white or fried rice. Eggrolls, etc. Check into it.

  2. @TessCooks4U. When I lived in Chicago, I went to a Chinese place that made their lo mein with peanut oil/soy sauce mix and some other spices added. It gave the noodles, meat and vegetables an interesting flavor and the entire dish tastes completely different from the lo mein we eat today in most Chinese restaurants. I have not had lo mein like that since moving. I believe they claimed it was the Cantonese style of making lo mein. Have you ever tried batches made with peanut oil mixes?

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