Thai Peanut Chicken Lo Mein Recipe
This Thai-inspired dish mixes noodles with bean sprouts and mushrooms in a lightly sweetened peanut sauce.
This is a very tasty Asian-inspired dish made with chicken and broccoli in a spicy peanut sauce. If you like it mild, use less cayenne, like it spicy, use more. If you're salt conscious, use low sodium soy sauce.
This recipe had good flavor, but not near enough sauce. if I make it again I will double or even triple the sauce.
This recipe rocked! My partner ate almost four servings before stopping. We both really enjoyed it. An added benefit is how flexible it is to substitutions. Notes to self: white wine vinegar worked as a sub for RWV; crunchy PB worked, and the addition of chopped peanuts would work well; basic mushrooms worked; the cilantro is necessary. We added dried Chili pepper flakes on a whim and wouldn’t change it. We also added thin carrot slices, which worked both visually and by taste. We didn’t find the need for addl. sauce. It was the perfect amount.
The peanut sauce, the sesame oil and the cilantro are the keys. You can change the meat (pork might be nice), the vegetables (I added broccoli and carrots) or the noodles (I used whole wheat spaghetti) and anyhow you'll get a delicious plate.
My family and I loved this recipe. The peanut butter was a bit much for me, but i know next time I can adjust the amount. Other than that my children loved it. Even my picky eater! ??
My daughter and I just loved this recipe. I added more veggies and used one large chicken breast. There was enough for our lunches the next day.
This recipe looks great, but it's not the one pictured
I didn't have green onion and cilantro, but will make sure I have it the next time. It tasted very good (the BF loved it!). I also substituted tofu cubes for the chicken, as the BF is vegetarian. The tofu cubes worked out fine, as it tends to take on the flavor of what it's cooked with.