Jan 21 2009

Quick and Easy Chicken Vegetable Lo-mein

Published by at 3:24 am under Originals,Recipes

By fooddiva

Tonight on the dinner agenda I decided to pull together a little dish of comfort that was a favorite my mom would make me growing up.  It’s quick and rather easy, and a delicious dish that leaves leftovers that are JUST as enticing!


Chicken vegetable Lo-mein

What I used:

  • Organic Boneless, Skinless Chicken breast from Trader Joe’ s (chop into bits or slices)
  • Organic thin Spaghetti
  • Water Chestnuts
  • 1 package of frozen stir fry veggies
  • soy sauce
  • Brown Chinese Sauce (Hoisin, oyster etc.)
  • sesame oil
  • Fresh Garlic(chopped)
  • Fresh Ginger(chopped)
  • sesame seeds



  • wet your Wok (or deep skillet) with the sesame oil
  • add the chopped ginger and garlic until you start to smell the aroma.
  • wet the mixture with a splash of soy sauce and Brown Sauce.
  • add the chicken and stir until the chicken is cooked

(While your preparing this part make sure you are starting to cook your thin pasta)

Once the chicken is thoroughly stir fried add the vegetables, and water chestnuts.
Add a bit more brown sauce and a dash of soy.(depending on your taste buds)

Once the vegetables are sauteed in the mixture and your pasta is done drain the pasta and slowly add to the pan while stirring.

At this point you may need to add a bit more brown sauce, and/or soy.
Sprinkle in some sesame seeds for fun!

And voila! a quick easy and VERY yummy version of this Asian favorite!
Don’t say I didn’t warn you that you will be going back for seconds!

Let us know here at tasteodyssey.com how it went and how it tasted!


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