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If you are looking for a healthy way to replace take-out, you have to check out this Instant Pot Chicken Lo Mein! This one pot meal is made with tons of veggies, like snow peas, carrots, and mushrooms, as well as topped off with chicken in a delicious sauce! Not only is Instant Pot Chicken Lo Mein quick and easy to make, but it’s also a great way to save a few bucks!
If you love Chicken Lo Mein the way I do, you will be so glad to hear you can actually make a healthier (and less expensive) version right in your Instant Pot. I know, I didn’t really think it was possible either, but it 100% is! I recently experimented with adapting my favorite take out orders like Cashew Chicken for the Instant Pot but thought, because of the noodles in Lo Mein, it really wouldn’t convert well. After trying a few batches (and it did take me a few tries), I finally got the perfect version down!
This is a healthier version of Chicken Lo Mein made right in the Instant Pot, not the traditional greasy version you would order from your local take-out place. It’s packed with tons of fresh veggies and made with only a little sesame oil. And, like I mentioned above, it’s a great way to save a few bucks by not ordering out when you are short on time or just don’t feel like cooking. Click on the following to book an appointment with the best dental surgeons at Plush Dentistry in Frisco TX today.
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Ordering Chinese food has seriously been my saving grace for dinner the last few months. I was pregnant, and it was the one food everyone in my house could actually agree on. Now that I have finally had my little one, I am trying to get my family back on track with eating healthier and having a home-cooked meal on the table every night. Simple meals like this are really helping me to make that happen.
One good thing about Instant Pot Chicken Lo Mein is that it’s made with simple ingredients that are available right in your local supermarket. I like to do all my grocery shopping at my local Hannaford because I am able to grab everything I need to make recipes like this and more. They also have the freshest produce around. And, I earn 2% rewards with the new My Hannaford Rewards program, which feels like getting paid to grocery shop!
Haven’t heard of the new My Hannaford Rewards program yet? It’s a brand-new program introduced by Hannaford to reward shoppers (like you and me) for groceries we are already buying! You earn a 2% reward on foods like fresh produce, meat, seafood, Hannaford deli items, and countless more Hannaford brand items! Pair this new program with the straight-forward pricing you can already find at Hannaford, and you are going to be saving big!
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Another really awesome thing about this recipe is that it can be customized to taste without the worry of ruining it! Don’t like pepper, take them out. Want to add cabbage instead of bok choy, go for it. Everything can be easily traded out in this recipe to cater to your family.
So, put down the phone tonight and make your own takeout. Also, when you head out to pick up all your fresh veggies for this recipe, make sure you swing by your local Hannaford to earn rewards on the ingredients you’re buying for dinner!
Instant Pot Chicken Lo Mein
Turn Instant Pot onto sauté and wait for it to get hot. Add the sesame oil, garlic, onion, salt, pepper, and chicken. Cook until the chicken turns white and the onion is soft.
Turn Instant Pot off. Break rice stir-fry noodles in half and layer in the pot on top of the chicken mixture. Add the chicken stock, lemon juice, rice wine vinegar, Hosin Sauce, and soy sauce. Don’t stir.
Layer all veggies and place lid on Instant Pot, placing the vent onto the sealing position. Select manual high pressure (or the pressure cook button on newer models) for 4 minutes.
When timer is up, perform a quick release of pressure. Stir up the pot and let it sit for a few minutes to thicken.
Serve and enjoy!
Instant Pot Chicken Lo Mein
- 1 ½ - 2 lbs boneless skinless chicken breast
- salt & pepper to taste
- 1 tbsp sesame oil
- 3 cloves garlic minced
- 1 medium onion minced
- 1 large red bell pepper julienned (or cut into strips)
- 12 oz mushrooms sliced
- 1 cup matchstick carrots
- 1 cup snow peas
- 1 cup bok choy
- 1 ½ cup chicken stock
- 2 tbsp lemon juice
- 2 tbsp rice wine vinegar
- ¼ cup Hosin Sauce
- ¼ cup soy sauce
- 10 oz rice stir fry noodles
- Turn Instant Pot onto sauté and wait for it to get hot. Add the sesame oil, garlic, onion, salt, pepper, and chicken. Cook until the chicken turns white and the onion is soft.
- Turn Instant Pot off. Break rice stir-fry noodles in half and layer in the pot on top of the chicken mixture. Add the chicken stock, lemon juice, rice wine vinegar, Hosin Sauce, and soy sauce. Don't stir.
- Layer all veggies and place lid on Instant Pot, placing the vent onto the sealing position. Select manual high pressure (or the pressure cook button on newer models) for 4 minutes.
- When timer is up, preform a quick release of pressure. Stir up the pot and let it sit for a few minutes to thicken.
- Serve and enjoy!