This is a fun easy and better than most restaurants spicy shrimp Lo Mein recipe.
Start by heating a large drizzle of extra virgin olive oil with salt and pepper over medium high heat (number 7).
While it's heating, combing the chili flakes with the soy sauce, hoisin sauce, sriracha, vegetable stock, water and sea salt and pepper in a bowl.
Once the pan is hot, toss in the green beans and carrots and cook for about 5 minutes. Make sure to toss them.
Once they start to caramelize, add in the garlic and whites of the scallions. Let those cook for about 2 or 3 minutes and toss in the shrimp, al dente udon noodles, garlic and ginger.
Once the shrimp is mostly cooked, add the main sauce, oyster sauce, everything else (except the scallion greens) and salt and pepper and let it cook until all liquids have reduced all the way. Once everything is cooked all the way, plate it and sprinkle the scallion greens on top to add some color and texture. Now serve and watch as everyone regrets ever ordering Lo Mein at a restaurant.
Ok, I'm tired, like can't stand these bullcrap versions of Lo Mein that taste the exact same. Throw a generic noodle or even spaghetti noodle into a Lo Mein sauce, add a protein like chicken or shrimp and serve it. Guess what, no more. Not only will this amazing recipe for a spicy Lo Mein, I used shrimp but you can substitute for chicken, make you want to refuse to order from your local delivery, but it is soooo easy to make and a quick recipe.