Shrimp lo mein


Lo mein is a stir-fried noodle dish from China. A flavorful, sweet sauce and your choice of protein will toss long, soft egg noodles. Prepare yourself for a slurpy deliciousness! 
You've probably previously had chow mein, but what is my precise and what is the difference? Lo mein is a platter of soft noodles mixed in a dense sauce. Chow mein, on the other hand, needs a longer period of frying to crispy the noodles. 

Shrimp Lo Mein is full of the most delectable juicy noodles and vegetables. You'll have Chinese noodles in just under 30 minutes! in just under 30 minutes! And the Lo mein sauce is the ultimate comfort food, sweet, savory, and thick. Come together and like this, you have homemade lo mein sauce that will match your favorite restaurant: The three following ingredients: Boiled beef, brown sugar, and sauce for soy!!! 

Make a classic take-over at home in 30 minutes, and cook just 15 minutes! This Shrimp Lo mein recipe is really simple to create and personalize with your favorite additions: soft egg noodles, crunchy veggies, and succulent shrimp. 


– A 8-ounces pkg.Of lo mein noodles; I prepared it as directed in the box.  

– 470 grams.Of large shrimp. 

– One large green bell pepper. 

– 2 small carrots. 

– 2 Cups.Of broccoli. 

– 2 medium onions.

– 4 medium garlic cloves. 

– 3 large spoons.Of sesame oil. 


Step 1 – To make the lo mein sauce, I mixed the « Better Than Bullion » with brown sugar in boiling water, and I added the soy sauce to the mixture and set it aside. 

Step 2 – Lo mein shrimp: I diced the carrots, bell pepper, onions, and broccoli into a two-inch piece, and cooked the shrimp in a heated pan with sesame oil until golden brown, then I removed it from the pan and put it aside. 

Step 3 – After that, I poured the sesame oil into the same pan that was used to cook the shrimp and sautéed the onions until golden brown. 

Step 4 – Separately, I simmered the carrots, bell peppers, and broccoli in a skillet, and returned all of the veggies to the skillet, and stir in the garlic. 

Step 5 – Following that, I looked at the shrimp with the veggies in a skillet, and allowed approximately 2 minutes of simmering time after pouring the sauce over the vegetables. 

Step 6 – Finally, I tossed everything together with cooked noodles, and I removed it from the heat after a minute of cooking.

Lo Mein is a simple dish for a weekend dinner. Even the sauce and veggies you may prepare in advance to create this dish as quickly as you like. I hope you’ll enjoy this Chinese recipe and try it as soon as you can, you won’t regret it!!!