Orange-Garlic Lo Mein Chicken

Orange-Garlic Lo Mein Chicken


Love chicken?

Gotta love chicken with orange sauce and garlic mixed with Lo Mein vegetables. You can even wrap it in a tortilla and call it China-Mex. Want the recipe? It’s FREE! 

Purchase a large package of chicken the next time you go grocery shopping, and make this yummy Orange-Garlic Lo Mein Chicken. You can make it for 2, 4, or more. It can even be adapted for one. Just buy a smaller package of chicken and use less of the sauce (optional).

Cooking Appliance Options

You’ll see in the recipe that there are various ways of cooking the chicken recipe. Naturally, the first thing that we think of is to cook on the stove or bake in the oven. That is true – until you live in an RV, in a fixer-upper (that’s not quite fixed up yet), a college dorm without a stove or oven, or you’re camping. Then you learn to make do with other options such as these options (both which I use and enjoy cooking with):

ORANGE-GARLIC LO MEIN CHICKEN

Orange-garlic chicken and Lo Mein vegetables served over rice or in a wrap or burrito

Course Main Course
Cuisine Chinese
Author Angela Horn

Ingredients

  • 1 pkg Chicken Breasts cut in strips
  • 1 pkg Flav-R-Pac Quick'n Easy Combos Lo Mein Stir Fry look in the frozen section
  • 1/4 bottle Iron Chef Orange Sauce Glaze With Ginger approx. 1/4 of bottle or to taste
  • 1-2 Olive Oil
  • 2 tsp minced fresh garlic from jar or Fresh Garlic to taste

Instructions

  1. Cook on a griddle, in a wok, electric skillet, or pan on the stove. 

  2. Season chicken strips and cook with garlic and olive oil.
  3. Add Lo Mein vegetables.
  4.  Pour Orange Sauce Glaze on top.
  5. When done, serve over rice or place in a wrap or burrito, and you have a quick meal.

Angie’s Sweet & Spicy Corn Salsa Recipe

Experiment with this recipe by adding your own sauce or try it with Angie’s Sweet & Spicy Corn Salsa recipe. I love to hear from my readers, so let me know if you try the Chicken Lo Mein recipe with either of the sauces in this blog post. Or if you make it with your own sauce – and want to share, I’d love to hear how you enjoyed your Chicken Lo Mein.

 

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2 Comments

  1. This sounds delicious. I really like the sound of these ingredients. I love that orange-ginger sauce, and adding garlic is a good idea for almost everything. I can’t wait to try this.

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