BETTER THAN TAKEOUT – Beef Lo Mein Recipe (牛肉捞面)


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I have made an oyster sauce Lo Mein not so long ago. Even though it was a basic flavor, I got so many compliments. Everybody loves it. Today, we gonna …

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  1. Dom
    Dom says:

    I have tried this recipe a couple of times and the beef is super tender and rest is very flavorful. Thank you I will continue to cook this one along with many of your other tasty dishes

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  2. Princessa
    Princessa says:

    Your channel is just fabulous! I love it!
    Please could you advise me on how to do chow mein? Should the noodles be al dente and mixed with some sesame oil before adding to the wok? When frying the noodles should the wok be very hot?

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  3. Larry The Butcher
    Larry The Butcher says:

    I was a dishwasher in a Chinese restaurant in Niagara Falls Canada in my younger years. I fell in love with Chinese food and Chinese cooking. Lo Mein was one of my favorites as well as Beef Sao Ho Faun! Glad I found your channel!

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  4. LwNickV
    LwNickV says:

    Even with the Wok really hot and the oil really hot, the beef still stuck the wok… Is it cuz of the oil i was using (olive oil) or perhaps the material of the wok?

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  5. Samuel Colt
    Samuel Colt says:

    I just did this recipe, but minus the beef due to my vegetarian wife (she eats fish occasionally). We added bean sprouts, broccoli, onions, sweet peppers, green onions and a bit of freshly crushed and chopped garlic with a bit of toasted sesame oil after cooking. I also used avocado oil for the initial process. Thank you so much! It was fantastic!

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  6. John Newbold
    John Newbold says:

    Just made this, wow, really good. I used a striploin and fresh lo mein.
    I added a sprinkle of magic white powder (MSG) and increased the sauce volume a bit.
    It's great when something so simple tastes so good.

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  7. Trauma16
    Trauma16 says:

    I just subscribed. I love the recipe. I'll definitely be buying one of your Woks within the next 2/mo to try this out. I wish I could taste your version. It looks great💯

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  8. Horia
    Horia says:

    It looks absolutely great! 😋 May I ask, is it possible to use Mirin- japanese cooking wine instead of the recipe mentioned chinese rice cooking wine? Is there a big difference between these two? Unfortunately I couldn't find the chinese rice cooking wine and I am eager to try the recipe. Thank you very much! ☺

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