Chicken Lo Mein Recipe – Mongolian BBQ Style

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In this cooking video The Wolfe Pit shows you how to make Chicken Lo Mein, Mongolian BBQ Style.

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49 replies
  1. 426 SUPER BEE
    426 SUPER BEE says:

    Try my French fries! No need to make tater logs There so much better. Just regular size fries, use 50/50 four and corn meal, season it with cayenne pepper, salt, black pepper, onion powder Rite after there cut wash sprinkle the dry batter on em. for a even coat / Fry at 350 degs until lightly golden brown, place on paper towel, Add salt, more cayenne pepper, and onion powder shake em around YUM enjoy em piping hot> THE BEST FRENCH FRY EVER! This for breakfast> i mash em up put butter in a pan to warm em up or brown them more if you wish woola Breakfast Home Fries > there all ready season

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  2. Vickie Johnson
    Vickie Johnson says:

    Hey man, why don't you talk about that grill you have there. I need one of those babies. That would be the bomb. If ever the grid goes down, you could just build a fire and cook. No electricity needed. 🙂

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  3. Dr. Snuggles
    Dr. Snuggles says:

    as a white guy from kentucky, i have absolutely no business being as good at making chinese food as i am. my father, whom is a professional chef, commends me for my noodle recipes. if youd like to try some for yourself, feel free to message me my dude.

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  4. Dj Root
    Dj Root says:

    Have you ever cooked with black soy sauce (sweet not salty) mushroom sauce (good on anything!), And oyster sauce? I use the first and last it make lo mein. I'm going to go get the oil and hoisin. oh, get the stuff at an Asian store if you can. Bigger bottles, and cheeper. Thanks for all the recipes !

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  5. KingofArtillery
    KingofArtillery says:

    This recipe is awesome! I used white onion, baby corn, mushrooms, and broccoli for my veggies. I added a bit more hosin and soy sauce just because the mushrooms absorbed most of the liquid. Will cook this again!!

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  6. Ballistic BBQ
    Ballistic BBQ says:

    I did my first MoJoe cook yesterday Larry.  Video will go live tomorrow.  Absolutely loved it!  As I was cooking I was thinking about how great it would be on a Mongolian style cook.  Ya' beat me to the punch Wolfe!  

    Looks KILLER brother!  Betcha' it smelled insane!!!  

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  7. joed596
    joed596 says:

    Thanks, Larry!     Just saw that Rus got his Mojoe griddle as well . . .  wow!  You guys are really gonna have a blast this season, eh?  <lol>

    Very creative recipe and looks really delicious!     All best and thumbs up,  Joe  🙂

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  8. Anonymoose
    Anonymoose says:

    That looks like some dyn-o-mite lo mein!

    You seem to be using the same system with that griddle that you use with a skillet. – "Let's see how much I can pile on here before it starts going over the edge."  LOL

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