How to Make the Perfect Lo Mein Every Time •  Taste, The Chinese Recipes Show

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Lo mein is perhaps one of the most famous Chinese noodles in the Western world. These stir-fried noodles are staple menu items in many Chinese restaurants, and the best part is, it’s actually not hard to make at all! Here’s our recipe for making the perfect lo mein every time.

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Ingredients:

Wheat flour egg noodles (lo mein noodles)
Olive oil
Scallion
Green bell pepper
Red bell pepper
Chicken
Salt
Pepper
Soy sauce
Cornstarch
Egg white
Shrimps
Ginger
Cabbage
Oyster sauce 1 tsp
Soy sauce 1 tsp
Sesame oil 2 tsp
Salt

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Comments

John Capolino says:

That looks amazing.

Aidan Gutierrez says:

Chopstick came with a large lo mein

Miles Hatcher says:

shout out to uzi

SuperSheep says:

Eternal Atake anybody?

Beverly Smith says:

Hi, can you add brown sugar to the sauce? if so, how much to not be too sweet for a tangy taste? Thank you~

Cheryl Gaston says:

Need more veg oil

Phil Valk says:

Saw the olive oil go in the Wok and came to the comments to settle my rage and damn you guys did not disappoint.

Rose Pop says:

What’s the sauce that gives you that smoke flavor ????

Jonald Jigo Trinidad says:

Background music for agoda

David Garcia says:

dude! forget the dish music is real good,make feel like cooking fast .

Sir HK91G3 says:

NO NO NO NO NEVER OLIVE OIL IN CHINESE COOKING! PEANUT OR GRAPESEED, WHICH ARE HIGH HEAT OIL, OLIVE OIL IS NOT, IT WILL BURN.

Shakeela KHAN says:

Where can I buy these noodle that you are using? What is the brand name of the noodles you used in this video? Please share.

Legolam says:

Once it hits the guo, it's no longer lao mian…it's chao mian.

Mammi says:

This is more like a stir fry🤦‍♀️

Adrell Williams says:

The finished product needed one more minute of stir frying

Filip Kurdziel says:

guys i made it and it was absolutely delicious. usually make things like this and it tastes bad but this is heaven in my mouth. definetly subscribing
and liking your videos. whenever i need any more recipes definitely going to check on this channel first

Filip Kurdziel says:

it loooks delicious. definetly making it tonight

Cashout MEDIA says:

im goin to be making this and it looks good let see how it turn out. and I Belize that if he use the ingredients this way is because he likes it stop be rude.

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