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Monday, August 23, 2010

Panda Express 2-Entree Plate for Lunch

Here's a random photo for the day of lunch I had sometime last week. It's a two entree plate combo from Panda Express. Basically fast casual (fast food) Chinese food or should I say American Chinese cuisine to be a bit more politically correct. It's a decent/OK meal when you need to add some calories to the body to last you the day. I personally have a hard time finishing the whole plate by myself. But for the price, it's not bad...

Panda Express 2-Entree Plate

The image above shows what the Panda Express two entree plate combo looks like. As you can see, I split the sides and got the Chow Mein and Fried Rice. I like the variety myself. I also got the Orange Chicken and Mandarin Chicken. Something about eating chicken that I really like that I can't pin point...

Panda Express 2-Entree Plate, Chow Mein

Panda Express 2-Entree Plate, Fried Rice

Here are some details of the food from Panda Express's website...

(Photos Above) Chow Mein: Chow Mein is prepared with whole grain noodles that are tossed in the wok with shredded onions, celery, cabbage, and bean sprouts. Fried Rice: Fried Rice is prepared with steamed rice that is tossed in the wok with soy sauce, scrambled eggs, green peas, carrots, and chopped green onions.

Panda Express 2-Entree Plate, Orange Chicken

(Photos Above and Below) Orange Chicken: Orange Chicken is a dish from the Hunan Province in South Central China. It is prepared with crispy boneless chicken bites, tossed in the wok with our secret sweet and spicy orange sauce. Mandarin Chicken: Mandarin Chicken is a dish from the city of Beijing in the North East of China. It is Prepared with grilled chicken strips covered in a rich mandarin sauce.

Panda Express 2-Entree Plate, Mandarin Chicken

I don't know what Panda Express put in the Orange Chicken. But the Orange Chicken is like crack. Haha! I just can't get enough of it. It's just real addicting and yummy. It doesn't even matter how authentic it is. As for the other entrees. I really don't care much for it. But it's there and it's an ok filler, sort of speak.

Anyways, just wanted to share some random photo of lunch I had about a week ago. Happy eating...

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