I had no idea what I wanted to cook for dinner, all I knew was that I wanted stir-fry and to imitate lo mein without having all of the soy ingredients. As I sat down to eat this, it was a must that I share my recipe with you all.
– Noodle of your choice (preferably lo mein, but I chose fettuccine)
-Vegetables of your choice (I chose corn, carrots, broccoli, and green peas
– Corn starch
– Pineapple chunks
– Chicken (I chose vegetarian “meat”)
– Stir-fry sauce
– Soy sauce
– Green and red peppers
– Season (optional)
I boiled the vegetables until they were ready. Afterwards, I drained them and set them aside.
In a medium pan, I boiled the fettuccine. After it was ready, I drained it. So that the noodles won’t stick together, I poured cold water onto the noodles then set it aside as it drained.
While the stove was set to medium, I added oil to a pan. Then I add the peppers, vegetables, and pineapple chunks. After 5 minutes, add the chicken. Cook for 5 minutes, then add the stir-fry sauce. Continue to cook for 5 more minutes.
Once the stir-fry was done, I set it aside. In a wok, I added oil until it was hot enough to pour in the spaghetti. Afterwards I added more stir-fry sauce, a tablespoon of sugar, salt, season, and a spoonful of pineapple juice. Once the fettuccine turned a brown color, I mixed in the stir-fry with the fettuccine. I continued to mix everything for about 5-10 minutes.
– Cryssie ❤