1. Thank you so much for sharing this recipe! I was very excited to try it. I made it last night, when I first tasted the sauce I was a bit skeptical but once I added everything together, it was AMAZING!! I am new to the gluten free world and have missed Chinese food a lot! I am totally going to make this again! Thank you!

  2. This is a keeper. My spouse committed on how good it was without inquiry from me. I added some red pepper flakes to spice it up. The dish went together quickly, making a great dinner for one of those busy evenings.

  3. Thanks for this recipe. My granddaughter loves lo mein and is also allergic to rice, so simply following a gluten free diet does not work for her. I substitute the noodles with ones made from corn, and use gluten free Terriyaki sauce instead of the soy sauce, simply because she likes the flavor better.

  4. This is an excellent recipe! I opted for using red peppers I had on hand instead of the carrots. I didn’t have any white wine vinegar so substituted 1T white wine and 1T apple cider vinegar. Also used quinoa linguine noodles and this was just wonderful! Look forward to your other Chinese recipes!

  5. I just wanted to tell you that although your recipes sound interesting, this is not Chinese food, it is American-Chinese, Chinese people do not eat the things that you
    have listed here. Actually your first recipe is Korean not Chinese. Chinese food is so much better than what is passed off in Chinese restaurants in the United States as Chinese, you never see the waiters eating what is on the menu! No, they are eating the real thing, which is delicious, the vegetables are far more costly than what is used in American Chinese dishes, and far more tasty. And rarely do you see an overweight Chinese person, so obviously the food is more healthier for you than our version.

  6. Wow this was great! I was super nervous thinking it would not turn out, I was wrong! The sauce seemed odd but I wanted to try anyways. This was very easy and tasted great. I also added green peppers and red pepper flakes for a little kick.

  7. This looks great. I cannot eat nightshades so no ketchup for me. Do you thing subbing some chicken broth would work?

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