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Chicken Lo Mein

Chicken Lo Mein recipe
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Stir up this version of a Chinese menu favorite with chicken, crunchy peppers and smooth peanut sauce. Even with all the flavors, it's low-cal and low-fat.
time
prep:
25 min
total:
25 min
servings
total:
4 servings, 2 cups each
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posted:
4/22/2009
The whole family loved it!
posted:
4/18/2009
So easy and we will definitely make it again. We made with beef instead of chicken and it was delicious!
posted:
4/17/2009
I have 4 kids and all of them go back for seconds. This recipe is very easy for me to complete by myself.
posted:
4/16/2009
My Family and I really enjoyed this recipe and the flavors were perfect. I used fresh onions and peppers too and the only suggestion I have is to get sweet onions if you can't tolerate a very strong onion flavor
posted:
4/14/2009
I will not be making this again. Everyone, along with myself, hates the flavor of the asian toasted sesame dressing. Not good at all.
posted:
4/10/2009
My husband requested stir-fry for supper and I found this recipe instead. It was great - just as good, if not better, than what you'd order from your favorite Chinese restaurant! And quick and easy to fix too!
posted:
4/8/2009
delicious!
posted:
4/8/2009
I used fresh veges. I would extra drsg with the veges or noodles next time. A little curry powder also adds some good flavor. I skipped the soy and cilantro.
posted:
4/7/2009
As written, the recipe is very good. However, we heart-healthy folks have to watch the sodium. The second time, I made this with 1/2 TBSP reduced-sodium peanut butter and reduced sodium soy sauce. Didn't change the flavor (I also used no-salt peanuts, and added extra).
posted:
4/5/2009
The cilantro added the perfect flavor to make this mainstream meal different from any lo mein I have ever eaten. I substituted a mixed bag of stir-fry veggies and it was delicious. The entire family agrees!
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