Lo Mein, a traditional Chinese dish has become also an American favorite. You can find it in almost any Chinese restaurant in the US and often is offered with the addition of meats or seafood.
This is such an easy recipe to make at home (you can always exchange for local, seasonal vegetables) and can feed a family of four for only a few bucks! It is also a cool lunch box item (remember to get your reusable chopsticks at our shop in Miami Shores!)
To make this at home: precook your noodles, saute your aromatics and veggies and for a final touch, brown the noodles and toss in the sauce. It doesn't get any easier than!
Why use our recipe? It is full of antioxidants and vitamins from the veggies and aromatics, lower in salt, has no sugar added, is vegetarian and gluten free! Portion it out in reusable containers for the whole family and refrigerate until lunch time - Then, warm up and enjoy!Sorghum also known as Wondergrain is an ancient and healthy Old World Grain that has been a principal source of energy for millions. It’s gluten free, cholesterol free, and is a good source of fiber and iron; it also has 5g of protein per serving! It is neutral in flavor and can be paired with your favorite foods and spices. The grain does not get soggy in soups and dishes. Pitimi, Jowar, Kaoliang and Milo are a few names for Sorghum around the world. Light and refreshing Turkey Lettuce Wraps, an healthy Asian option for this spring. We spent the morning testing new recipes and WOW, this one is tasty, filling and easy to make. The health benefits of the bell peppers, ginger, garlic and turkey are pretty enticing as well. Make sure you don't over cook your veggies to keep the most nutrients in them. Come on foodies! Send us your pictures through Facebook when you, make this at home! It’s really simple to make these wraps. I do recommend staying away from things that have a high liquid content (like tomatoes, salad dressing, etc) as they can soak through the Nori and get quite messy. My trick to get them to stay together beautifully is a very light smear of hummus along the edge, it binds it all together when you wrap it up. Chef Maria