Chicken Lo Mein – Gluten Free

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This Chicken Lo Mein is an easy to make, Asian inspired skillet meal that merges lean chicken breast with stir fried vegetables and noodles for a complete well rounded meal. Using smaller portions of meat and lots of fresh veggies, makes this classic one skillet meal the perfect dish to help you keep your diet on track. This dish may be healthy but you won’t be sacrificing flavor when you make this easy skillet dinner that everyone is sure to love.

Visit my EZ Gluten Free blog at http://ezgf.blogspot.com/2011/11/chicken-lo-mein.html to see this recipe in print or for more gluten free recipes.

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Ingredients list
• 10oz chicken breast, cut into small pieces
• 2 cloves minced garlic
• 1 tsp corn starch
• 3 tbsp gluten free soy sauce
• 2 tablespoons duck sauce
• 8 oz gluten free spaghetti
• 2 tbsp peanut oil
• 1 cup broccoli
• 1 carrot thinly sliced
• 1 medium onion, sliced
• 1 cup Napa cabbage, shredded
• scallions and sesame seeds for garnish

For more free healthy recipes, cooking tips and tutorials go to http://www.favediets.com/Asian-Recipes/Chicken-Lo-Mein

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Comments

The Bald Chef says:

I am a big fan of Chicken Lo Mein. I love this recipe event though I don't require a Gluten Free diet.(Thank God) But for those that do this will work great!

EZGlutenFree says:

Good question. I'll give you Wikipedia's definition…
"Duck sauce is a condiment with a sweet and sour flavor and a translucent orange appearance similar to a thin jelly. Offered at Chinese-American restaurants, it is used as a dip for deep-fried dishes such as duck. It may be made of plums, apricots, pineapples or peaches added to sugar, vinegar, ginger and chili peppers. It is used in more traditional Chinese cuisine in the form of "plum sauce".

mrandmrsslice says:

What is duck sauce?

EZGlutenFree says:

Hi thanks for stopping by. In the video I said to use "napa cabbage" which is a Chinese type cabbage that can often be found right in the regular supermarket. If you can't get it you could substitute thinly savoy cabbage or even bok choy in the recipe. Hope this helps.

Hailey Smith says:

hello what was the name of the cabbage you used couldnt understand thanks :)

EZGlutenFree says:

@MsBinkies Thanks for sharing the tip. I only wish I had a trader Joes nearby. That price is incredible. If I ever get to a trader joe's I'll most definitely stock up. Thanks again.

blank says:

… and i say best ever as someone who's not allergic to gluten, but just sensitive too it from crohn's so i still, on occasion, eat the "good stuff" and the trader joe's brown rice pasta is better than any wheat or gluten free i've ever had.

blank says:

about the brown rice pasta!!

i used to always get the tinkyada as well b/c it was at the store in my neighborhood, but i recently tried the trader joe's organic brown rice penne… it's THE BEST EVER! and best part of all, it's $1.99. the other was around $5 where i used to live. it cooks in only 10 minutes too and isn't too chewy if not cooked long enough or anything. but oh man… that with their marina is honestly the BEST pasta i had ever eaten.

EZGlutenFree says:

@jammingwithmarley I'm sure it wasn't an authentic Chinese dish but it sure was good.

EZGlutenFree says:

@MrEZCooking Thanks Rich, I'd make it for you anytime. I could go for a plate of it myself right about now. You know I love my pasta.

Easy Cooking with Sandy says:

@EZGlutenFree Believe me, I would eat it 😀 lol I have a big stomach, and that looks awesome! so no doubt I will eat it all 😀 Have a great Thursday Anne!

EZGlutenFree says:

@slolita1 It was good but you'd never eat all that. That was the only Asian looking plate I have but too big even for me.

EZGlutenFree says:

@heartsafecooking Thanks you. I appreciate you dropping by.

Easy Cooking with Sandy says:

I agree with Ken, a mighty fine plate! It looks amazing! I love how big it is! and if you were to serve that just for me, I will gladly eat it all!!

EZGlutenFree says:

@DPDeHart Thanks Dave, I appreciate the kind words.

EZGlutenFree says:

@KasCooks Thanks Ken, I appreciate it

KasCooks says:

A mighty fine plate of lomein, this looks delicious!

EZGlutenFree says:

@reneegilpin Thank You.

Renee GTV says:

I love chicken, and this is a beautiful recipe.

EZGlutenFree says:

@AsianCookingmadeEasy Thanks, I didn't know either until I read it. I'm glad they have gluten free varieties out there.

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