How to Make Lo Mein with Jet Tila | Ready, Jet, Cook

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Lo Mein Noodles
Level: Easy
Total: 15 min
Active: 15 min
Yield: 4 servings


1/4 cup (60 ml) chicken stock
3 tablespoons (45 ml) oyster sauce
1 tablespoon (15 ml) soy sauce
1 teaspoon cornstarch
1 teaspoon sesame oil

3 tablespoons (45 ml) vegetable oil
4 teaspoons ginger, thin julienne
2 teaspoons (10 g) garlic, minced
1/2 pound (250 g) chicken breast or thigh, thin bite-sized slices
2 to 3 cups fresh egg noodles, such as pancit
1/2 carrot, julienned
1/4 pound (125 g) baby bok choy, bottoms removed, cut on bias
3 scallions, cut into 1/2-inch bias pieces


For the sauce: Stir together the chicken stock, oyster sauce, soy sauce, cornstarch and sesame oil. Set aside.

For the noodles: Heat a pan to high and add the oil. Once you see wisps of white smoke, add the ginger and garlic and cook until light brown and fragrant, about 20 seconds. Stir in the chicken and cook until medium, about 1 minute.

Add the noodles, carrots and bok choy to the pan and cook until tender, about 1 minute.
Stir the sauce, pour into the pan and incorporate all ingredients well.

Continue to cook until the chicken is cooked through and the sauce starts to bubble and thicken. Transfer to a serving platter, garnish with the scallions and serve immediately.

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  1. what day and time is this guy going to be on ? and this is the kind of shows foodnetwork needs to go back to , good eat's as well, glad to see that back !

  2. I need to go to store now so I can make for dinner. If you can, give measurements of ingredients . I’m going to go on food network to try and find your recipe.

  3. My bucket list all checked off! All I ever really wanted was to learn how to make my favorite Chinese dishes in my language?? The frustration was more than real and thought this might never happen for me! Thank You and God bless América where the whole world meets?

  4. O MG a this recipe looks soooo delicious & I love the way U explain and of course , I will make it , cause it looks sooooo Yummy , thank You ?????❤️

  5. It's not a BIG misconception it's a HUGE one.
    We can do italian ( easiest) , Latin , southern food at home but asian is always ordered out bc no matter whos recipe we try it never comes out the same.
    Looking forward to trying this and see if this will be the exception.

  6. What is the sauce ingredients there is no directions for the sauce how much broth to use how much cornstarch my sesame seed oil and is there a substitute for fish oil

  7. I'm an American, But I LOVE Asian cultures. I lived in Thailand for about 6 months and it was so amazing, but ive also visited China and I love it. If I wasn't black, I'd be Asian, and Indian counts

  8. DELICIOUS!! Definitely going to try this out soon!! I recently made chow mein for the 1st time. It turned out delicious!!Thanks for sharing the difference between lo mein & chow mein ?

  9. This is a great recipe – easy to follow and delicious. Thanks for the tip on the ginger – I julienned a little too big but it still worked.
    I really need to buy a wok, though!

  10. I was looking for a simple recipe yet I feel like I went to a culinary class. I appreciate you! New subby 🙂