Beef Lo Mein Recipe

Lo mein might already be considered one of your go-tos whilst ordering Chinese takeout. Skip spending cash and make this dish at domestic in only half-hour!

Lo Mein

If you haven’t attempted lo mein before, you're probably thinking what the heck it is. In short, lo mein is a stir-fried noodle dish. Long, gentle egg noodles are tossed with a savory and candy sauce and either pork or hen. The quit end result is a bowl of slurpy deliciousness!

You have likely heard of lo mein’s near cousin “chow mein”. Wondering what the difference is among the 2? Lo mein is a dish of tender noodles tossed in a thick sauce. Chow mein, then again, calls for an extended frying time to make the noodles crispy. Both are delicious and extraordinary easy to make!

Lo Mein Sauce

Sweet, savory and wealthy, lo mein sauce is oh-so comforting. It’s also VERY smooth to make. My interpretation most effective calls for brown sugar, beef broth and soy sauce. You definitely convey all the additives to a boil collectively and much like that, you have a home made lo mein sauce.

What Meat Goes with Lo Mein?
  • Beef: Flank steak, skirt steak, ribeye or top sirloin will all work first-rate in this recipe. Whatever cut you select, make sure the beef achieves a pleasant golden shade. It could have so much taste.
  • Chicken: If you will choose fowl, use boneless breasts. Skip the browning step, however still slice the bird into two-inch pieces. When sauteeing your fowl slices for your sauce, make sure to cook them all of the manner through!
  • Veggie Lo Mein: if you are skipping out on the beef, you may continually make our awesome Veggie Lo Mein.
Beef Lo Mein in a cooking pan

Lo Mein Noodles

Most grocery stores will deliver lo mein noodles in the Asian aisle. You can discover these wheat and egg primarily based noodles dried or sparkling. If you get lucky, you may discover clean lo mein noodles in the refrigerated section (on occasion inside the produce aisle, occasionally within the Asian aisle). These will can help you skip the boiling step completely, as they may be already cooked!

If you may’t locate dry or sparkling lo mein noodles, don’t panic! I often use spaghetti noodles when I am in a pinch. They paintings extraordinary and don’t sacrifice flavor!


  • 8 oz noodles (cooked according to instructions)
  • 1 tbsp Beef Better Than Bullion
  •  oil (olive or sesame) for frying
  • 1 lb beef
  • 1 tsp sesame oil
  • 1/4 cup hot boiled water
  • 2 large carrots
  • 2 cup broccoli
  • 3 tbsp soy sauce
  • 2 tbsp brown sugar
  • 1 large onion
  • 4 garlic cloves 

Instructions    1. Into hot, boiled water add Better Than Bullion and brown sugar; stir to dissolve. Into the mixture, add soy sauce and set aside  2. Dice carrots, broccoli and onion into two-inch pieces. Pre slice beef into very thin strips. Using a hot skillet with sesame oil, cook beef until it's golden brown, remove from the skillet and set aside. 3. Using the same skillet that was used to cook beef, sautee onions until golden brown with sesame oil. Remove from the skillet. In the same skillet, saute carrots until softened, add broccoli and cook for about three minutes. Press garlic into the same mixture. 4. Add cooked beef into the skillet with vegetables. Pour sauce over the ingredietns and let them simmer for about 2 minutes. 5. Add cooked noodles and toss everything together.  6. Into a large dish, combine noodles, vegetables and beef. Toss to bring everything together and serve while it's still hot. 

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