Shrimp Stir-Fry Lo Mein Noodles – an easy weeknight meal made with shrimp, shredded carrots, red bell peppers and an authentic, flavorful sauce. Ditch the takeout, this is so much better!
I’m sure you’re getting tired of hearing it, but my family loves any type of noodles. We have so many favorites:
During Chinese New Year / Lunar New Year, noodles are a must since they symbolize long life.
Not only are the long noodles auspicious, but the shrimp symbolizes happiness because in Chinese shrimp is pronounced “haa” and that sounds like laughter.
Plus, you gotta love how easy noodles are to customize with whatever you have on hand. We used bell peppers and shredded carrots this time but they work well with pretty much whatever veggies you have lying around in your fridge.
So bright, flavorful and much easier than picking up takeout!
Looking for more take-out favorites?
Easy Chicken Lo Mein
For more ideas, make sure you check out these other Chinese New Year recipes:
16+ Lunar and Chinese New Year Recipes – Jeanette’s Healthy Living
Chinese Almond Cookies – Playing with Flour
Chinese Almond Cookies – Eva Bakes
Chinese Egg Tarts – Eva Bakes
Chinese New Year Almond Cookies – Table for Two
Chinese New Year Recipes – Steamy Kitchen
Chinese New Year Turnip/Radish Cake – Christine’s Recipes
Chinese Red Bean Moon Cakes – Eva Bakes
Chinese Turnip Cake Recipe – Jeanette’s Healthy Living
Fruity Pork Jerky – U Try.It
Gluten-Free Chinese Dumpling Recipe – Jeanette’s Healthy Living
Homemade Tofu Pudding – U Try.It
Homemade Wontons – Playing with Flour
Peanut Dumplings – Rasa Malaysia
Red Bean Pudding Cakes – Playing with Flour
Restaurant Style Chinese Greens with Oyster Sauce – Rasa Malaysia
Roasted Duck with Chinese Steamed Buns – Steamy Kitchen
Searching for the Best Enclosed Pineapple Tarts – Bake for Happy Kids
Shrimp with Lobster Sauce – Playing with Flour
Traditional Steamed Fish – Yi Reservation
Vegetarian Buddha’s Delight – Jeanette’s Healthy Living