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An oniony kick balances mushrooms in lo mein

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  • Scallions add an oniony counterpoint to the mushrooms in Mushroom and Scallion Lo Mein.

      Scallions add an oniony counterpoint to the mushrooms in Mushroom and Scallion Lo Mein.
    The Washington Post

 
By Stephanie Witt Sedgwick
Special To The Washington Post.

The scallions are an oniony counterpoint to the mushrooms here, and a modest amount of soy sauce and sesame oil give the dish a light Asian taste without drowning the mushrooms' flavor.

You'll need a large pan for this; I use a shallow 13-inch braiser. If you don't have a big enough pan, cook the mushroom-scallion mixture in two batches.

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Note that the vegetables can be prepped and refrigerated several hours in advance.

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