Chinese Lo Mein
Lo mein, a Chinese noodle favorite and a huge crowd-pleaser, is a snap to toss together. Whether it's chicken lo mein, beef, shrimp, or pork, all you need are thin, curly egg noodles and our easy-to-follow Chinese recipes.See Popular Chinese Lo Mein Recipes
Asian street-food carts sometimes serve food in banana leaves instead of using plates or bowls. Look for them at Asian markets. Here, Melissa Rubel Jacobson wraps the leaves around silky Chinese noodles.
Authentic Chinese cuisine, like this Shrimp recipe for Lo Mein, is sometimes just as easy to make at home and often even faster than calling out. This quick & easy recipe, a takeout classic, proves the point: It's ready in only 35 minutes, speedier than it would take to pick it up from the place down the street. Go with frozen shrimp (click here for all kinds of great shrimp recipes), to really speed things up, or buy fresh, if you don't mind a little extra work peeling those babies.
We like a meal that looks kind of sophisticated, like chicken mushroom lo mein. (Seems like the kind of dish that you wouldn't dare try at home, preferring to pick it up from the closest Chinese takeout place.) But we also like to whip up something easy, especially on a busy weeknight.
Serve these spicy lo mein-style noodles as a main-dish or side dish. For a totally vegetarian recipe, replace the chicken broth with vegetable broth.
Enjoy Chinese food at home without picking up the phone. This homemade lo mein is easy to prepare and tastes terrific.
Just add shrimp and Chinese egg noodles to pea pods and cabbage to create this quick-to-fix meal.
Udon noodles are usually sold in the Asian food section of the supermarket. If unavailable, substitute spaghetti or linguine in the recipe.
Thanks to ready-made stir-fry sauce and your slow cooker, this classic Asian recipe has never been easier to prepare.
This is not the greasy Lo Mein of your favorite Chinese take-out, it tastes even better. Plus you get plenty of nutrients with the addition of edamame, a great vegetarian protein source. Make it a Meal: Fruit sorbet and sesame cookies are a perfect ending.
Thanks to ready-made stir-fry sauce and your slow cooker, this Asian classic has never been easier!
This Asian-inspired dinner recipe is the perfect way to combine meat and vegetables in one dish.
Beginning a meal with a steaming bowl of soup is an important part of many Asian cuisines. And then there are soups that are meals in themselves, from Vietnamese pho to Japanese udon. This Teriyaki Beef-Noodle Soup is definitely in the latter category, combining the best of Japanese and Chinese flavors (as well as hearty meat, vegetables and a delicate Chinese noodles), while giving you shortcuts to make prep simple.
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