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Due to the Memorial Day holiday, orders to CA, WA, OR, UT, MT, ID, AZ, NM, NV, and FL placed after 12pm CST Monday the 20th will be delayed a week.
Due to the Memorial Day holiday, orders to CA, WA, OR, UT, MT, ID, AZ, NM, NV, and FL placed after 12pm CST Monday the 20th will be delayed a week.
Quick and Easy Halal Chicken Lo Mein

Quick and Easy Halal Chicken Lo Mein

Sometimes when you’re feeling the need for something quick and easy, grabbing some Chinese takeout is just what you need for a no fuss dinner. But why take-out when you can stay in and make something quality, Halal, and delicious at home instead? We have the perfect answer this week with this awesome Halal chicken lo mein that you can make from the comfort of your kitchen, all while keeping the quick-and-easy convenience!

The main draw of Chinese takeout for a lot of us is its convenience. There’s no shame in wanting to go and grab something quickly when the craving strikes and that’s great news for this recipe because it stays true to that convenience we love while providing a quality homemade dinner with little preparation and a short cook time. All it takes is the preparation of a few veggies, and that can be done while you cook your chicken, and your chicken will cook in no time because they get cooked in small, bite-sized pieces.

Speaking of cooking, this dish is your best friend for an easy dinner because you can cook almost all of it all in the same pan, a separate pot to boil your lo mein noodles in is the only other thing you’ll need. Once you start assembling everything to cook together a deep wok is ideal, but a deep enough pan will do the trick, as long as it can hold all of the ingredients without spilling while you do the mixing and stirring. A lot of the time that will be spent cooking this will be stirring and waiting for the carrots to soften and the cabbage to cook down before adding your noodles, cooked chicken, and mixing in your sauces to get everything coated and equally delicious. It’s always nice to have a recipe that doesn’t take long to cook and doesn’t require any special attention while it does and that’s what’s great about making this recipe at home, just get it cooking, mix everything in when it's ready, with some mixing in between.

 

It's as simple as that. If you haven’t made lo mein for yourself before, you may be surprised at how simple this recipe is once you get started. When you’ve finished, you’ll have a flavorful mix of noodles, Halal chicken, and veggies, all your favorite parts of takeout but with homemade quality while keeping that quick and easy convenience you need sometimes! That’s all for this week! Quick and easy, just like this recipe, and always it’s a recipe we think you’ll really enjoy so share it with someone that you think might enjoy it too.

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