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How To Make Lo Mein Noodles

You’re Invited over to our Sunday Dinner! Today it’s about not being intimidated by new foods! Lo Mein has been on my mind lately. There are all sorts of noodles. Chinese, Japanese, and Korean.  I stretched myself by making Chinese LoMein Noodles!  I love food and trying new recipes, especially on my guinea pig family! I didn’t starve them this time to eat a good lunch.

091519 Lo Mein Noodles Ek SFF .pngI’m only posting the LoMein instructions because I haven’t yet perfected my sauce.  I know there are a lot of sauces out there I can try but I was rushed this one particular day and had to use what was handy.  I’ll say I was pretty handy at conjuring up a quick Pantry homemade sauce to drench my meat and noodles in.  It was very authentic. Let’s begin with noodles!

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Begin with boiling a big pot of water until it boils.  Drop in the noodles and give it a quick stir to loosen up the noodles and prevent some sticking. Follow the instructions and you will have the best noodles on the block. Leave in the hot boiled water for about 5 minutes then drain and ready to serve with your choice of toppings.

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I’ll post my super fast version of this flank steak and sauce.  I simply marinated 2 pounds of flank steak with  about a half cup of soy sauce, ginger, and garlic for over 2 hours. Dried up any moisture off the meat before sauteing in a cast iron pan with some sesame oil and black pepper.  Next, I tossed the meat and cooked until just browned. Tossed in the oven at 350 degree oven and baked for another 10 minutes while the noodles were doing their thing. With the reserve sauce in pan, I mixed in some corn starch, beef seasoning, and water to make a thick sauce. You can easily toss in some veggies such as sliced mushrooms. Once meat is ready, sprinkle in some chopped green onions, and serve as show below. You can always use the shortcut of store bought teriyaki sauce over the meat and sauce.  Or some siracha to spice it up a bit. 091519 Lo Mein Noodles Ek SFF (1)





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Baked Fish Sticks

You’re invited to our Sunday Dinner!  And do I have a new and family approved!  Baked Fish Sticks!  It’s so light and no frying is the best part! Yummy!

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1 1/2 pound of Alaskan Cod Fish cut into 1 to 2 inches

1 cup flour

1 teaspoon salt and pepper

1 bag of panko crust lemon pepper

1/4 tbsp of melted butter

A drizzle of olive oil

1 tbsp of fresh parsley or parsley flakes (I used the flakes because I forgot to get the fresh while shopping!)

1/2 or 1/3 cup of parmesan grated cheese (I used less because I didn’t want the cheese to over power the cod but to give it a slight tang to it.)

Canola spray for the baking pan

Let’s begin with cutting/slicing the cod pieces. Set aside.

Bowl 1 – Mix the flour, salt, and pepper in a separate bowl. Set aside.

Bowl 2 – Crack the eggs and mix.

Bowl 3 – In the 3rd bowl mix the panko crust, parsley, butter, and oil. Mix thoroughly. Then add the parmesan. Mix. Set aside.

Begin with bowl 1. Follow video.

Bake at 415 degree oven for 12 minutes. Flip the sticks and cook another 5 to 7 minutes.

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Bon Appetit! From my kitchen to yours!

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