In American Chinese restaurants, lo mein is a popular take-out food. In this setting, lo mein noodles are usually stirred with a sauce made from soy sauce and other seasonings. Vegetables such as bok choy and cabbage can be mixed in and meats like roast pork, beef or chicken are often added.
In a bowl make the Hoisin marinade for 4 chicken fillets cut in half. Let chicken sit in the fridge for 2 hours in Hoisin sauce
4 tbsp soy sauce
2 tbsp peanut butter
1 tbsp honey or molasses
2 tsp white vinegar
1/2 tsp garlic salt
2 tsps sesame oil
1 tsp sriracha chilli sauce.
2 tsp lemon juice
In a hot skillet grill chicken pieces 4 to 5 mins per side. Set aside.
When slightly cooled cut into slivers.
300 g Yellow Noodles cooked according to packet instructions. Drain set aside.
In another bowl whisk together until all combined to be added at the end with noodles
½ cup chicken stock
4 tbsp soy sauce
2 tbsp hoisin sauce (from above )
2 tbsp oyster sauce
2 tsp sesame oil
1½ tsp hot chilli paste
4 tsp cornflour
In a large skillet add
2 tbsp sesame oil add
4 chopped spring onions,
3 cloves minced garlic,
2 tsp grated root ginger.
Saute for 2 mins then add ½ sliced red pepper.
Cook further then add cooked yellow noodles, 1 punnet beansprouts, add back chicken slivers to pan and sauce made earlier.
Stir fry until all combined and the noodles & chicken are warmed through.
Source adapted from Recipe Panda
Prepared, tried and tested by: Gail Haselsteiner
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