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Slow Cooker Lo Mein

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  • 2 pounds boneless pork shoulder
  • 3 cups broccoli florets
  • 2 carrots (julienned)
  • 2 stalks celery (diced)
  • 1 cup snow peas
  • 5 ounces water chestnuts (sliced, drained)
  • 1 pound spaghetti
  • 1/3 cup reduced sodium soy sauce
  • 3 cloves garlic (minced)
  • 2 tablespoons brown sugar (packed)
  • 1 tablespoon sambal oelek (ground fresh chile paste, or more, to taste)
  • 1 tablespoon oyster sauce
  • 1 tablespoon ginger (freshly grated)
  • 1 teaspoon sesame oil
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    Calories590Calories from Fat60
    Total Fat7g11%
    Saturated Fat1.5g8%
    Trans Fat
    Calories from Fat60
    Total Carbohydrate80g27%
    Dietary Fiber5g20%
    Vitamin A80%
    Vitamin C100%

    * Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your Daily Values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.


    Stephanie Raap 8 months ago
    i loosely followed this recipe to make a veggie lo mein. i made it in the stove with lo mein noodles and it tasted great. sauce was a little thin but now i know for next time
    Lissa Goodman a year ago
    This is my 2nd time making this. First time I made it exactly the way the recipe is given even tho I don't care for pork (doubled the sauce). It was ok. It probably would've been great if I liked pork. This time I used beef roast & I think it was much better. I only used 1lb since I recently decided to cut down on my meat intake & increase my veggie intake. Still doubled the sauce. Couldn't find snow peas so I used green beans. Also added baby corn & baby bella mushrooms. I skipped the celery & water chestnuts cause I don't like them. I also added a tsp corn starch with some sauce at the end. I'm now totally in love with this meal & will definitely make it again.
    Valerie W. a year ago
    This is a keeper! I used a beef roast instead of pork and it was delicious!
    Melissa Mancuso a year ago
    A little salty for my taste, but tasty overall!
    Turned out great I would swap out the pasta for hokkien noodles instead, and not so much noodles
    Im vegan so I swapped out the meat to plant mince. Was sooo yummy!
    Joshua Bibbee a year ago
    It was good. I added more sauce and slow cooked the whole thing (except meat) for 4hr. Veggies were a little raw but soft enough.
    gene a year ago
    very good! the sauce makes it addictive!
    S a year ago
    Simple and tasty. I would make this again.
    Matt a year ago
    I had to use a beef eye round which took longer but still turned out great. Double the liquid as you would with all slow cooker recipes.
    Claudia Pimentel 2 years ago
    Great, easy and tasty!
    Wendy 2 years ago
    Really good just how it is. Everyone in my eight person family loved it. My crockpot doesn't get high enough to finish the veggies in 30 minutes, so a couple minutes on the stove solved that.
    Jen Elwood 2 years ago
    So tasty! Thank you for this great recipe.
    Jer 2 years ago
    Doubled amount of chili paste and carrots, skipped celery. Used thin capellini pasta. Delicious!!
    Allyssa D. 2 years ago
    It was delicious. Will add more veggies next time but the whole family enjoyed it.
    Sara 2 years ago
    We loved it! Very easy to make I was skeptical about adding the veggies to the crockpot since we like them a little undercooked but it all turned out great careful with the sambal oeleck it gets really spicy if you add too much this was even better as leftovers
    Tammy 2 years ago
    Another yummy supper! This is the second time I have made this recipe
    Evan Raycraft 2 years ago
    Awesome! Easy to prep, and it turned out great
    Diaz 2 years ago
    Definitely not for cooking for 8hrs. At 5 hrs it was burning up, and the sauce was dried out. I ended up mixing more sauce and sautéing the veggies with it, then adding the salvageable meat, and then mixing everything with the spaghetti. Added some hoisin sauce to make it a little sweeter. Gave two stars because in theory it should turn out delicious, minus 5 of the slow cooker time.
    Avery 3 years ago
    terrible.. i mean the meat tasted okay but everythung else is so dry, i even used x2 ingredients of sauce recommend on the recipie. maybe i did something wrong along the way..
    Polina 3 years ago
    Very tasty and filling. You can easily experiment with the vegetables to make new combinations if you get bored of the same ingredients.
    Brian Stockford 3 years ago
    It was awesome, used tenderloin instead.
    Tab Smith 3 years ago
    Really liked this the kids did too I’m not a pork eater either nice fresh healthy recipe
    Carla 3 years ago
    It was great! Could do without the snow peas. Husband says it needs more sow sauce. Will definitely make again.
    Blair Polly 3 years ago
    Needs way more sauce and we only used 1/2 pound of noodles and it still felt like too much. Delicious recipe though! Super easy
    shannon b. 3 years ago
    Agreed that the double-the-sauce approach was the way to go. I added mushrooms and skipped the pasta. Makes a lot of food. Be sure to do low sodium on the soy sauce! Veggies needed more time, so I steamed them separately and added them back. May add cornstarch next time to thicken the sauce, as I kept the mushroom water from the cans.
    Ann 3 years ago
    I used regular soy sauce and would recommend sticking to reduced sodium as stated in recipe. Was a bit too salty, but otherwise delicious and family really liked it
    Michaels 3 years ago
    Tastes great!! Used pork chops instead. Followed suggestions from previous commenters to double sauce and increase veggie cook time.
    Theresa Landa 3 years ago
    Doubled the sauce as warned and used a butt roast. Mine didn't fall apart but it was still quite juicy. Great flavor
    Adrianna Gallagher 3 years ago
    so good! but definitely need to double the sauce