Friday, November 5, 2021

Lomein Noodles Recipe

When I got Sick with Covid, it really messed up my sense of taste.  Everything tasted horrible, even water.  I wasn't eating for about a week, hence I lost 7 pounds within that time period.  I am very grateful for a couple of Pinay friends I have in the area.  They brought me delicious foods and snacks.  Although I couldn't enjoy it at that time, it made me so happy to know that they were there for me, it cheered me up.  From the bottom of my heart, thank you Ate Agnes and Ana for the tasty homemade food and snacks.  
They even picked up some Asian goodies at the oriental market and dropped it off at our home.  One of those goods is the pack of lomien.  I have never tried this kind before but thankful for them for letting me try it.  I made half of it the other day and hubby and daughter said it was delicious.  Below is the simple recipe for it.


  • lomien noodles
  • vegetable of your choice. I used what I have available in the friedge - bell peppers, napa cabbage, regular cabbage, and scallion (not in picture).
  • pork or seafood
  • coconut oil or whatever oil you prefer
  • half onion, diced
  • one clove of garlic
  • knorr liquid seasoning or even plain soy sauce will do


  • Cut or dice all the  ingredients to desired sizes
  • Boil water in a pot. Place the noodle into the boiling water for 60 seconds until soft then drain.
  • In a wok, add a couple of tablespoon of oil.  Fry the meat or seafood until its brown.
  • Add onion and garlic, then the veggies.  I added two kinds of  cabbage because the regular cabbage is crunchy and the napa is soft and sweet.  
  • Stir the noodles with the meat and veggie mixture and add the soy sauce and sprinkle black pepper.
  • Top it off with green onion and enjoy!

For dessert, I made plantain banana cue.  Bonapettit!

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