Chicken Lo Mein

Macro friendly recipes
Macro friendly recipes

Another protein packed meal! By adding zoodles and cabbage to Lo Mein noodles you get VOLUME, lots of nutritious volume. 

One serving of Lo Mein has 44 grams of protein, is under 400 calories and in the under 30 minute meal bucket too. I’ll go out on a limb here and say that checks off a lot of your boxes? Me too.

Using some of the same ingredients from the High Protein Egg Roll In A Bowl you can make both recipes giving you 6 meals for the week and no ingredient wasted.

Enjoy and let me know how it turns out!


4 Servings – 320 grams


“ohsnapmacros – Chicken Lo Mein”

To make this as easy as I gets I am using Kikkoman Stir-Fry sauce. You can replace this with your favorite store bought or home made stir-fry sauce.

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Adjust Servings
1.5lbs chicken breast, chopped into bite size cubes
2Medium zucchinis, zoodled
1tbsp toasted sesame oil
125g sliced cabbage
140g 1 medium yellow bell pepper, sliced
1tbsp minced garlic
75g chopped water chestnuts, 1/2 container
salt and pepper
94g (one bundle) Lo Mein egg noodles, cooked (Wel Pac)
8tbsp Kikkoman Stir-fry Sauce
1 chopped green onion

Nutritional Information

398 Calories
9 Fat (grams)
31.7 Carbs (grams)
44.6 Protein (grams)
Serving = 320 grams. Yields 4 servings.



Cut zucchini into zoodles, lay out on a paper towel, sprinkle with salt and let them sweat while you cook.
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In a wok or large pan, heat 1/2 tbsp. toasted sesame oil over medium heat. Once hot add chopped chicken, season with salt and pepper and cook until the chicken is cooked through, stirring occasionally to keep from burning. Add garlic, remining sesame oil, bell peppers and cook stirring occasionally until bell peppers begin to soften.
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While the chicken is cooking, cook noodles in a separate pan according to package and drain.
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Pat zoodles dry and add to pan along with cabbage, water chestnuts and 6 tbsp. of stir-fry sauce. Mix together well and separate the zoodles throughout the dish. Top with toasted sesame seeds and sriracha if desired or serve as is.
Tip: break noodles in half prior to cooking. This will make it easier to serve yourself a true serving vs. all noodles.
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1 Comment

  • Robin

    Yum, Yum, and Yum!!! This is great. My husband ate with a tortilla, everyone was happy🧡

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