These thick flat wheat noodles are traditional Chinese noodles. They perform well in soups as well as added to a vegetable stir-fry dish. Wide Lo Mein Noodles. Ingredients. WHEAT FLOUR, SALT. 8 oz pkg wide lo mein noodles 16 oz pkg frozen stir fry vegetables 1 tsp salt Try this delicious recipe and let me know what you think by either posting a comment in the forum or sending a comment through my bio page. The recipe below uses these wonderful wide lo mein noodles as well as frozen vegetables to create a quick and easy side dish. You can add any vegetables, greens and mushrooms you like. Both lo mein and chow mein are available in fresh and dried forms, especially if you're fortunate enough to live near a large Asian grocery store. Keyword: Chinese Noodles Recipe, Chow Mein Recipe, Lo mein recipe Follow Me on Social Mention @ErrensKitchen or tag #ErrensKitchen on Instagram Update Notes: This post was originally published on Jul 13, 2015 , but was republished with new photos, step by step instructions a video and tips in February 2019. Enjoy! It’s healthy, authentic and low in calories. The two most common types of Chinese wheat noodles are lo mein and chow mein. This noodle dish can be adapted to fit your taste. It has my favorite veggies such as bok choy, shiitake mushrooms and red bell peppers. Produced in a facility that also processes soy, shellfish, fish, dairy and eggs. Nutrition Facts (click to enlarge) (click to enlarge) × Your Shopping List. More Dry Noodles. CONTAINS: WHEAT. The veggies add lots of texture and colors to this beautiful dish. fresh or dried flat rice noodles (about 1/2 inch wide), soy sauce or light, chinese rice wine or dry sherry, minced garlic, cornstarch, ground white pepper, shrimp, soy sauce or 1 tbsp each light and dark soy sauce, chili garlic sauce, sugar, vegetable oil, yellow onion, thinly sliced, green onions, trimmed and cut into 1-inch pieces, minced ginger, bean sprouts, roasted peanuts This Lo Mein recipe is made with egg noodles and a variety of vegetables. Both are made from wheat flour and egg, and they're cylindrically shaped, like spaghetti, but a bit thicker, closer to 1/4 of an inch.