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**Slow Cooker Chicken Lo Mein

Slow Cooker Chicken Lo Mein

  • Cooking Time:

    4-6 hours
  • Servings:

    6

Ingredients

2 T. butter
20 oz. package boneless skinless chicken thighs, cut into bite-sized pieces
1 c. stir-fry seasoning sauce
5 oz. can sliced water chestnuts, drained
1 medium onion, sliced
16 oz. package fresh stir-fry vegetables (celery, carrots, broccoli and pea pods)
1/2 c. whole cashews, if desired
8 oz. package lo mein noodles
Optional: 1 tsp. ginger paste

  1. Melt but­ter in skil­let until siz­zling; add chick­en pieces. Brown over medi­um-high heat, stir­ring occa­sion­al­ly, until chick­en is browned (5 to 7 min­utes).
  2. Place in slow cook­er. Add stir-fry sea­son­ing sauce, water chest­nuts and onion.
  3. Cov­er. Cook for 4 to 6 hours on Low.
  4. Increase heat to High 30 min­utes before serv­ing. Add stir-fry veg­eta­bles; stir.
  5. Cov­er. Cook for the addi­tion­al 30 min­utes, or until veg­eta­bles are crisply ten­der.
  6. Option­al: Stir in cashews just before serv­ing, if desired.
  7. Mean­while, cook lo mein noo­dles accord­ing to pack­age direc­tions.

Options: Add 1 tsp. gin­ger paste when adding the veg­eta­bles.

Serve: Spoon stir-fry chick­en and veg­etable mix­ture over noo­dles.

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Tammy

for the crock­pot chick­en lo mein recipe, for the 1 cup of stir fry sea­son­ing sauce is it the dry sea­son­ing or stir fry sauce in a bot­tle?

Sarah
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Sarah

Where can I buy this stir fry sauce at?

Janine
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Janine

You give the nutri­tion­al val­ues, but what is a serv­ing size and how many serv­ings does this make?

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[…] I have had a crav­ing for Chi­nese food all week and this looked sim­ple enough. I used this recipe Crock­pot Chick­en Lo Mein. But I couldn’t wait for the crock pot, so this is my ver­sion. […]

Julie
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Julie

Since you delet­ed my pre­vi­ous ques­tion, I’ll ask again. Should you cook the chick­en before putting it in the crock pot? I believe this defeats the pur­pose of slow cook­ing and may dry the chick­en out. What would work best?

kim
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kim

OMG..I’ve nev­er read such rude com­ments from peo­ple (Julie)… not to men­tion how many peo­ple can’t just read the recipe and try it..without that same ole…do I cook the chick­en first… ques­tion!!!!! If it says to cook it…cook it!! If it doesn’t.….DON’T! If it says add water…do it…if it doesn’t.… I’ll let you fig­ure it out from here…

Tonya McCauley
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Tonya McCauley

Haha, exact­ly! Take the time to read EVERYTHING before ask­ing sil­ly ques­tions. God bless our crock princess for remain­ing patient.

Meghan
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Meghan

Yum­my! I added fresh veg­eta­bles with the chick­en and made my own stir fry sea­son­ing sauce. Awe­some recipe. My whole fam­i­ly (ages 4–33) enjoyed this meal.

Liz
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Liz

Hi! At my local gro­cery store, even in the Asian sec­tion, I do not see lo mein noo­dles. Is there some oth­er kind of noo­dle I could sub­sti­tute for? I have been hunt­ing for them and can’t seem to find them any­where. Thanks!!

Jen
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Jen

Can I use frozen stir fry veg­gies instead of fresh? If so, would I need to put them in soon­er? Thanks!

Tina
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Tina

Hi! This looks like a great recepie! I can I use breasts instead of thighs?

Cristy
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Cristy

Just to clar­i­fy, once the veg­eta­bles are in you only cook for a half hour right (stir­ring once dur­ing that half hour? Not, cook 1/2 hour then stir then cook anoth­er 1/2 hour?

Lisa
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Lisa

What brand or name of the lo mein noo­dles you use?

Connie Fox
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Connie Fox

Can’t I just use angle hair spaghet­ti instead of lo mein noo­dles?

Sarah
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Sarah

At what point do I add the gin­ger paste? Does it go in the noo­dles or in the crock pot with the stir fry? I am sor­ry it just seemed a bit unclear and I have nev­er made an Asian meal before. Thank you!

Melissa
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Melissa

Hi Jenn, Step 2 says to add “sauce, water, chest­nuts and onion” — how much water? Thanks!

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