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Lisa a month ago
Simple and hits the spot.
Sandy 8 months ago
I used a half cup of soy sauce and eyeballed the sesame oil. I also added a little water and it was just right. I don’t keep sugar in my house so I didn’t sweeten it at all and I liked it just fine. I used ezekial spaghetti for protein since we didn’t have meat. Will definitely fix again
Ryann Davis 9 months ago
Wayyyy too much soy sauce. Won’t make it again.
Tamra Morris a year ago
I followed the directions exactly. Didn’t need to add more sugar. tasted great!! I recommend this recipe.
Cierra 2 years ago
It turned out way better then I imagined! I think using angel hair instead of actual lo mein noodles was brilliant. I ran out of soy sauce but I used teriyaki sauce instead and it worked out just as good. Will be making again!
esque 2 years ago
The sauce was a little to peanuts and salty but not bad
Felicia 2 years ago
It was so great everyone should try it
Henderson 2 years ago
Way too much pasta for the recipe. You either need to cut the pasta in half or add another bag of veggies. The sauce is good, I used low sodium soy sauce. Make sure you let the sauce soak into the noodles and stir the sugar into the sauce thoroughly!
Alessandra Shapero 2 years ago
Not good, the sauce proportions were not quantified appropriately and it ruined the taste of the Lo Mein
Jeannine 2 years ago
I didn't have sesame oil and substituted olive oil and still turned out delicious!
Angela 2 years ago
I think next time I will add a little bit more sugar. But other then that I liked it.
Debra AC 3 years ago
Yummy, taste better the second day as well as the seasoning settled in! I will definitely make it again!