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AZ Lo Mein vs. HK Lo Mein - House Special Low Mein

posted May 7, 2018, 11:14 PM by Amy Lee   [ updated May 7, 2018, 11:15 PM ]
We have two types of lo mein dishes:  Hong Kong & Arizona versions.  What is the difference?  Hong Kong lo mein is thin egg noodles cooked al dente and served with a little sauce.  Arizona lo mein is flour noodles stir fried in soy sauce.

From the HK menu, Hong Kong Style Lo Mein:  Ginger, Green Onion, & Beef mixed with Egg Noodles - This is a simple and light stir fried dish.  Sliced beef, onion white, ginger, & bean sprouts served on a bed of soft egg noodles.  But do except a strong ginger flavor infused in this dish.  The sliced beef is lightly pan fried and then mixed with green onions, yellow onions, & bean sprouts.  The soft egg noodles are then added into the wok with soy sauce and other spices to draw out the flavors of all the ingredients.

From the AZ menu, AZ Style Lo Mein:  House Special Lo Mein - sliced chicken, beef, shrimp, mixed vegetables, & noodles with light sauce.