Pork Lo Mein

I’m historically not a fan of pork.

So if the title of this recipe turns you off, you can easily sub out the protein with beef, shrimp or chicken.

This recipe is surprisingly simple and extremely satisfying. My kids even enjoyed it, especially because of the ramen. It’s an easy way to sneak in some healthy stuff too! On the table in less than 30 minutes, let me know if you give it a try!

Pork Lo Mein

Serving Size:
20 minutes


  • 🍜 Ramen Noodles
  • 🍜 1 lbs pork (beef, shrimp or chicken could also work)
  • 🍜 3 tbs soy sauce mixed with 1 teaspoon brown sugar
  • 🍜 3 tbs chili paste
  • 🍜 lime juice
  • 🍜 olive oil or sesame oil
  • 🍜 1 tbs rice vinegar
  • 🍜 2 cups chopped bok choy
  • 🍜 1/2 cups diced kimchi
  • 🍜 Everything but bagel seasoning or Japanese seasoning


  1. In a boil pot of water cook ramen according to package, careful not to overcook. I boil mine for about 2 minutes less than what the package calls for. Be sure to run it over cold water when finished so they don’t stick together.
  2. In a small stove pot mix together soy sauce and brown sugar until sugar is dissolved, set aside.
  3. While Ramen is cooking, brown pork in a skillet with sesame oil until golden brown and set aside.
  4. In same skillet add a little additional oil and cook bok choy and kimchi until tender, add protein back in
  5. Add rice vinegar, chili paste and a little lime or lemon juice (for acidity) with soy sauce glaze, stir vigorously.
  6. In same skillet, add noodles back in and pour glaze over top… mix together until noodles turn a nice shade of brown.
  7. Add seasoning and serve immediately!
  8. ENJOY!

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