Easy Vegetable Lo Mein

Skip takeout and make this easy vegetable lo mein at home! With easy to get store-bought ingredients.

Today we’re going to make a quick vegetable lo mein. It’s jam-packed with veggies and pretty accommodating with stuff you can get at most grocery stores. Best of all? It takes less than 30 minutes to make.

Skip takeout and make this easy vegetable lo mein at home! With easy to get store-bought ingredients.

It’s kind of in the same vein as hibachi noodles, only full of stuff on the side. And it’s a great way to clean up your fridge with whatever veggies you have left in there. Use whatever veggies you have at hand or pick your own veggies. I used mushrooms, carrots, bell pepper, snow peas and baby spinach but you can try it with cabbage, bamboo shoots, zucchini, cucumber, baby corn or bean sprouts.

So let’s get cooking!

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