This recipe looks great! Yes, you can absolutely use stir-fry noodles. This is really good! Do I have to used reduced sodium soy sauce. Such a tasty recipe! peanut oil). I’m going to surprise my husband for dinner with it next week. You can’t beat that! Excellent dish! Always loved lo mein dishes, first place to hit at chinese buffet. This is a great recipe and thanks for sharing. And this tastes way better than the take out stuff. I immediately emailed the recipe to my lo mein loving friends because damn! It might be worth trying to find out exactly what causes it – could you get a test done? Will def become my go to lomein recipe, even bought an extra bag of egg noodles at pavillions . I also thin slice beef (usually flank or sirloin steak) and marinade it in equal parts soy sauce, cornstarch and veggie oil. I made this for dinner, the kids ate Soooooooooooooooo much, i added peanut butter & rice wine vinegar. THIS WAS SO GOOD! Will never need to overpay again!!! Can I use the curly egg noodles? Chinese food is sparse here in Washington state and Tai food is everywhere. (Found in the produce section of the grocery store. Did you use the Sriracha when making this? I made my first lo mein using this recipe and it came out great thank you very much. Any suggestions to avoid or cut it off. Thai Kitchen brand makes them and they are in most grocery stores. I am somewhat of a new cook, so I was wondering…. I am planning on trying that tonight! Thank you for this recipe. I love your recipes, I have followed your site and have tried some of your recipes and have really loved them. I always wanted to post a stir fry recipe! I did double the sauce recipe the second time I made it tonight. We added other veg as you suggested to clear out fridge – some broccoli florets and stems, thin slices of sweet onion, and julienned cabbage. Drain into colander, pan back on warm burner to dry. Sounds like a delicious recipe! Once again, simple ingredients that I have at home and I can make it healthier without MSG Thanks so much for the mouth watering pics and recipes! It’s so so delicious. , Yes, you would just pan fry or deep flash fry the noodles after cooking them. I see there is sriracha and although I love heat, my friends who I am serving this to do not like spicy. Usually the 3 packages are sold together in one 17oz. Two of my kids not only ate it fresh, they devoured the leftovers. I agree, I had to add more soy sauce as well as at first I couldn’t really taste it (maybe I made too many noodles.. I’m not sure.) Thanks for a great recipe! document.head.appendChild(chicscript); *Spaghetti, linguine or bucatini can be substituted. I am going to try as soon as it warms up to go shopping. I left out the mushrooms, but otherwise folloed the recipe. AMAZING recipe!! My roommate and her boyfriend love the sauce, though I omitted the sriracha for their delicate palates. I don't like what many companies do to animals and the environment with their products. Noodles and it was perfect. This is amazing and easy just like she says! Add sauce and allow noodles to soak up the sauce. So so good. Oh, and that dark, rich soy sauce! And we served this with Mongolian beef and orange chicken. It was a big hit! Another fantastic recipe. Thank you for this. So 3tbs of soy sauce would be 2tbs soy sauce and 1tbs juice. Can you try brown rice noodles? Hi, I guess I’m in the (small) minority. Your email address will not be published. Hi, I love the way your noodles look. I only had peppers and garlic for the stir fry and it was still fantastic. How cool is that?! Amazing flavor and super easy, totally a go to recipe! I made dumplings and a Tia chicken salad with a peanut butter dressing. I don’t care, it was great!! Awesome! I also added hosing sauce. Try it for yourself and see what you think. jarred garlic. I carefully put the noodles in the hot oil and stand back until the spattering stops. Can’t wait for lunch to have the leftovers. 2 tablespoons reduced sodium soy sauce, or more, to taste. I also didn’t have a red bell so I used a green one. Any other sauce I can replace this with? However, if it is too much for your preferences, you can always reduce the amount as needed to suit your needs. IT WAS LIGHT AND NOT GREASY THE VEGGIES WHERE TENDERER AN THE SAUCE RIGHT ON. Thank you for sharing it. I love this recipe! Thank you for the recipe! I doubled the recipe. Made this for lunch w/my sister – it was AMAZING – so good! Thanks y’all for your helpful comments. Definitely a hit! Made these tonight. A simple marinade of soy sauce, a little bit of sesame oil and maybe even some red pepper flakes would be suitable for a recipe like this. This recipe was the BOMB and was certainly DAMN DELICIOUS! I also had less noodles than the recipe called for and needed more sauce. Thank your for such a fantastic simple dish, I used gf spaghetti, a soy sauce substitute, and left out the peppers because of allergies, but everything else I did as your recipe suggested and it was really great, thank you for a great Asian dish, yummmy . I will try it with broccoli. It’s one of my 5 year old daughter’s favorite dishes and she is quite the picky eater. I used 12 oz. It was perfect. I also stir fried some diced chicken tenders with onion to serve on the side because we have vegans and carnivores in the family. Keep up the good work. The 99 Ranch carries a lo mein & chow mein noodles by Prime Food Corp. I’ve tried both, and they both come out great. Also the only ginger I have is in those frozen cubes too. Our most popular "copycat" recipes to try at home. This was probably the biggest adjustment I had to make. Easy, quick, added to faves! Made this tonight with rice noodles. Successful weeknight family dinner accomplished and it was DAMN DELICIOUS! It was sooo good! I make this pretty consistently for my kids. Tag me on Instagram or Facebook! It was so light and delicious . Doubled the sauce because we like our stuff saucy. I didn’t have snow peas but used cucumber and canned mushrooms instead since I didn’t have any fresh. Can you tell me if I can use the frozen stir fry veggies. I also added some broccoli slaw that I had leftover from making eggrolls and it made it a bit heartier as well as some water to the sauce to thin it out a bit. angel hair pasta and mixed veggies. There’s loads of fresh garlic and ginger, which in itself is a great start to any Asian-inspired dish.