Beef Lo Mein
With Beef lo mein noodles, juicy, succulent beef sirloin, crisp vegetables, and homemade stir-fry sauce for seasoning, this simple beef chow mein recipe is sure to please. Dinner is quick, simple, and absolutely tasty when ready in 20 minutes!
This dish is available in most Chinese eateries, and it is one of the most well-liked noodles that we frequently order. This recipe is for my homemade beef lo mein, which uses regular, basic ingredients but tastes just like the kind you would get at your favorite Chinese restaurant. perhaps better.
Describe Lo Mein Noodles
In essence, Beef lo mein noodles are formed of thick, spherical flour and egg noodles. The term “tossed noodles” in Cantonese can be used to describe stir-fries, soups, or braised noodle meals. Chow mein noodles are thinner in texture and prepared differently; they are fried until they are just beginning to get crisp. In contrast, lo mein is a wet stir-fry dish with a tonne of sauce, beef, and vegetables.
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This dish may be made without any specific equipment, materials, or work-related abilities. Use a wok, skillet, or other sizable nonstick pan; just make sure it’s hot and big enough to properly toss the noodles.
Super quick and economical as well!
▢400 gram Fresh Lo Mein noodles
▢250 gram Beef sirloin tenderloin/rump
▢2-3 Spring Onions
▢1 Bell pepper
▢2-3 Cabbage leaves
▢5-6 Snow Peas
▢1 Small carrot
▢2 tbsp Vegetable oil
▢2 tbsp Light soy sauce
▢1 tbsp Sesame oil
▢2 tsp Dark soy sauce
▢4 tbsp Oyster sauce
▢1 tbsp Sugar
▢1 tbsp Shaoxing wine
▢¼ tsp White pepper
▢1 tbsp Sauce Mix
▢1 tsp Cornstarch
▢¼ tsp Baking soda
- Blanch the noodles in hot water for one to two minutes, then stir in a little sesame oil and leave aside.
- In a small bowl, combine all the sauce ingredients; set aside.
- Wash and slice all the vegetables to get them ready. Slice the meat steak thinly and anticlockwise.
- For ten to fifteen minutes, marinate the beef slices in a tablespoon of the sauce mixture.
- Add the beef slices to the hot wok or skillet along with 2 tablespoons of oil. Lay the steak flat, sear for a couple of minutes, and then stir-fry for an additional couple of minutes.
- After that, add the vegetables, starting with the toughest. For 1-2 minutes, cook.
- Create a space in the center of the wok, place the noodles there, and then add the sauce mixture.
- Toss the ingredients and noodles thoroughly to blend evenly and cook for 2-3 minutes, depending on your preference.
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- Depending on your preference, you can add more chopped spring onions and chili oil. Serve right away! Enjoy
- Fresh lo mein noodles are available in the refrigerator section of most Chinese/Oriental grocery stores. Hokkien noodles another name for it that used on some boxes. For this recipe, you can use any fresh, frozen, or dry egg noodles. Prior to including a stir fry, prepare according to the packet instructions.
- A Chinese cooking rice wine called Shaoxing Wine gives the noodles additional flavor. like Shaoxing Water or rice vinegar can be used in place of cooking wine to create a non-alcoholic vers.