1 package of thin lo-mein noodles
Hoisin Garlic sauce
Dark soy sauce
2 chicken breasts
1 16 oz pack of fresh ground turkey
Red pepper flakes
Veggies of your choice
Add a package of lo-mein noodles to boiling water. Cook for 6 min. Drain/rinse in cold water. Set aside.
Mince a GANG o’ garlic – like 8 cloves. Set aside.
Minced fresh ginger - 2 Tbls. Set aside. Do NOT mix with garlic.
Chop-up 1 Jalapeno pepper. USE GLOVES or you’ll regret it!! Remove the seeds and stems if you don’t want too much heat. Set aside.
Chop 5-6 cups of the veggies of your choice. Broccoli, cabbage, sliced carrots, baby bok choy, red bell pepper, and onion make a good combo. I like yellow and zucchini squash with onions, too.
Chop the chickens breast into 1-inch pieces.
In a skillet, scramble an egg or two and set it aside.
Season ground turkey with a little Adobe seasoning and cook over high heat until almost done and then add chicken breasts to ground turkey along with 2 Tbls of Hoisin sauce and 2 Tbls of Oyster Sauce. Cook until chicken breasts are BARELY done. Do NOT overcook. Remove from heat. Set aside.
(Note: Even though you remove the ground turkey/chicken breasts from the skillet, the chicken will continue to cook a little more as a result of carry-over heat. Plus, you'll be combining all of your ingredients and cooking them a little more at the end of the recipe. So it's critical that you avoid overcooking the chicken breasts).
In a wok (or skillet) add several tablespoons of sesame oil. Once oil is hot, add veggies (except garlic and ginger), 1 Tbls of chili paste, 1 Tbls of Oyster sauce, 1 Tbls of Hoisin sauce, and 1 Tsp of red pepper flakes (or more to your liking). Stir-fry your veggies for 2 minutes over high heat. Add garlic to veggies and stir-fry for another 2 minutes. Remove from heat. Set aside.
In your wok or skillet, add several tablespoons of sesame oil. Once oil is hot, add the minced ginger and cook/stir for about 45 seconds. Add lo-mein noodles, 1 Tbls of Oyster sauce, 1 Tbls of Hoisin sauce, 3 Tbls of dark soy sauce to the noodles. Stir well and then add all the other previously cooked ingredients and stir continuously over high heat for a few minutes until everything is mixed together and hot.
The ingredient measurements are estimates, as I scaled this down from the amount I prepared for the family, which was enough for about 5 people, with leftovers. So taste to see if anything needs more flavor. The Oyster sauce is more salty and the Hoisin garlic sauce, while also salty, is more sweet.