No matter how much you try to adjust it, it won't taste just like what you'd find at a Chinese restaurant. The best you can do is to come close to the real thing. Linguine noodles (Italian), ramen noodles (a Japanese noodle suggested by another reviewer) will only get you so far. If you can find lo mein noodles in the refrigerated section of an Asian market, that is what you need. The other thing that will get the taste closer to the real thing is adding oyster sauce. I use Lee Kum Kee Premium oyster sauce, as it has the best taste. With all that said, this is not a bad recipe with some adjusting, and not bad considering it's easy to find these ingredients at your local grocery store.
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No matter how much you try to adjust it, it won't taste just like what you'd find at a Chinese...