Ditch the takeout tonight and make homemade beef Lo Mein, seasoned with the everyday flavors of ginger, cinnamon and white pepper. Keep it easy by using frozen Asian stir-fry vegetables. Toss everything in a wok or frying pan, then plate your Lo Mein family-style over rice or Asian noodles or easy weeknight dinner.
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Ingredients: 5-6 baking potatoes, peeled and cut in medium size chunks 1/3 cup oil (olive or vegetable) 1 pkg. taco mix sprinkle of seasoned salt sprinkle of black pepper 2 cups Monterrey Jack and Cheddar blend cheese, shredded Directions: