Try this Chicken Lo Mein recipe, or contribute your own.
Cut chicken into thin slices. Slice white part of bok choy into thin slices; cut green tops into 1" lengths. Keep separate. Heat 1/2 T. oil in wok. Put noodles in large bowl. Sprinkle seasoning packets over and barely cover with boiling water. Let stand and stir occasionally. Combine cornstarch and broth. Stir-fry white part of boy choy, pea pods and mushrooms till wilted. Remove and keep warm. Stir-fry chicken in 1/2 T. oil till browned. Add chestnuts (if used) and green bok choy; stir fry 15-20 seconds. Re-stir broth mixture and pour into pan; bring to boiling. Return vegetables to pan; add soy sauce. Drain noodles and add. Toss and serve. Serves 4. ORIGINATOR Long Forgotten SUBMITTOR Grace Wagner (firstname.lastname@example.org) DATE 10/26/96 Recipe By : 1987 Posted to MC-Recipe Digest V1 #260 Date: Sat, 26 Oct 1996 08:47:31 -0400 From: Grace Wagner
scfools 3y ago
Gcic420 3y agoGood taste. Love the noodles. The trick is not to add so much water to bowl. Make it not enough to cover noodles, just stir more often. Also, add a little Srirachi and its perfect.
lucretiacmt 4y agoBland. Must add seasoning. Also real noodles would be better.
realtorjparker 5y agoI added some other things to it but it was good. Maybe with different noodles it would be better? The noodles were a bit mushy. I added: Ginger, garlic, onions, hoisen sauce
Heidi61 5y agoEasy to make and made alot. Next time I will add some garlic and onion.
niceNspicy 6y agoThis was very good, but I added a lot to it....a tablespoon of fresh minced ginger, 2 minced garlic cloves, 1 onion thinly sliced 1/2 bunch green onions, 1/4 orange or red bell pepper, 1/2 cup stir fry sauce and seseme seeds. The basic recipe is good but a bit bland so it needs extra. I submitted my photo for this dish so you can see how nice, inexpensive and very tasty it was. Definately a winner.