lo mein4 cups cooked Chinese noodles (or very thin spaghetti)
rinsed and drained
12 oz. diced cooked meat (beef, chicken, pork … any)
1 package frozen French−style green beans, thawed
2 cups fresh bean sprouts
3 scallions, chopped
1 slice ginger, shredded
1 clove garlic, minced
1 teas. sugar
1/4 cup soy sauce
3/4 cup vegetable oil
1/4 teas. sesame oil
2 Tbls. sherry
Mix together sugar, and soy sauce. Set aside.
Heat wok or fry pan. Add just 3 tablespoons of the
vegetable oil and all the sesame oil. Put in ginger and garlic to
brown first, then all the other vegetables. Stir and cook for one
minute over high heat. Add the sherry. Cover and cook one
minute longer. Turn off heat. Remove vegetables, and drain;
discard these juices. Set drained vegetables aside.
Heat wok or fry pan again. Put in remainder of oil. Turn heat
to medium. Add cooked noodles and stir constantly to heat
through and to coat the noodles with oil for a couple minutes.
Add your choice of meat and reserved vegetables; mix
thoroughly. Add reserved soy sauce mixture and stir until
noodles become one even color. Serve

Helene Rodriques

Helene Rodriques is a chef who cares about health she is agraduate of Keiser University Center for Culinary Arts, specializing in healthy foods. She is a teacher, lecturer & consultant on Wholefoods cooking Her kitchen provides traditional family cooking, tips to learn how to cook as well as new twists on recipes to make them healthier.
https://imgsub.familiesonlinemagazine.com/uploads/2017/04/lomein.jpghttps://imgsub.familiesonlinemagazine.com/uploads/2017/04/lomein-150x150.jpgHelene RodriquesMain Dish4 cups cooked Chinese noodles (or very thin spaghetti) rinsed and drained 12 oz. diced cooked meat (beef, chicken, pork ... any) 1 package frozen French−style green beans, thawed 2 cups fresh bean sprouts 3 scallions, chopped 1 slice ginger, shredded 1 clove garlic, minced 1 teas. sugar 1/4 cup soy sauce 3/4 cup vegetable oil 1/4 teas. sesame oil 2...Parenting Advice| Family Fun Activities for Kids