Shrimp Lo Mein
Shrimp Lo Mein – the best and most delicious Shrimp Lo Mein recipe ever!
Made with Simply Asia Chinese Style Lo Mein Noodles, it’s better than Chinese restaurants.
As you all know, I specialize in Asian cooking, especially Chinese cooking.
I love making all sorts of Chinese food, so much as that I wrote a best-selling Chinese cookbook!
I love sharing easy and delicious Chinese recipes with my readers, so they can make their favorite Chinese dishes at home.
One of the most common questions I get from my readers are the accessibility of the basic ingredients, for example: noodles.
I am lucky that I live in California and there are many Chinese/Asian grocery stores where I can pick up just about anything, including freshly made noodles.
However, most of my readers have limited access to a good Asian store so I am constantly researching and recommending a good brand of packaged noodles for them.
Search no more as I have found McCormick Simply Asia Chinese Style Lo Mein Noodles that you can purchase from regular grocery stores!
They have other noodles as well, like udon, ramen and soba, too!
Lo Mein is a traditional Cantonese dish, originated from Hong Kong.
The words “Lo Mein” basically means mixed noodles; the noodles are boiled, drained and then stirred in with savory broth/sauce.
When you make Lo Mein, you don’t stir fry the noodles, you stir in with the sauce so every strand of the noodles are steeped in flavors, and every mouthful of the noodles is velvety, silky and smooth.
Here is the Shrimp Lo Mein recipe, loaded with succulent shrimp, with lots of fresh baby bok choy and red peppers.
I love the perfect texture of McCormick Simply Asia Chinese Style Lo Mein Noodles.
What’s more, they are ready in 6 minutes.
Other than Shrimp Lo Mein, there are so many recipes that you can use the noodles for.
Here is my Shrimp Lo Mein video for your viewing pleasure.
Disclaimer: This post is sponsored by McCormick. All text and opinions are mine.
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