Panda Express: 6 Recipes for Your Favorite Menu Items

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Panda Express is one of the most popular chains to get Chinese fast food. However, if you’re not located near one, getting your fix can be a little tricky. Here, we present six copycat Panda Express recipes you have to try if you’re a fan of their signature dishes. Check the list out for yourself below!

Number One: Panda Express Orange Chicken

Panda Express’ Orange Chicken is one of their most popular dishes, but you can make it for yourself at home in a pinch. To make this recipe, you’ll need boneless, skinless chicken thighs, eggs, salt, pepper, canola oil, cornstarch, flour, ginger, garlic, chilis, green onions, Shaoxing rice wine, sesame oil, soy sauce, sugar, white vinegar, and orange zest.

Number Two: Copycat Chow Mein

This tasty chow mein tastes exactly like the real deal and comes together in just over half an hour! To make it, you’ll need Yakisoba noodles, oil, onions, cabbage, celery, soy sauce, and oyster sauce. Easy!

Number Three: Copycat Beijing Beef

Beijing Beef is one of the more unique dishes offered by Panda Express. To make this tasty replication, you’ll need flank steak, cornstarch, canola oil, eggs, salt, sugar, ketchup, distilled white vinegar, crushed chili pepper, garlic, one red bell pepper, one green bell pepper, and onions.

Number Four: Copycat Fried Rice

Fried rice is a Panda Express staple, and this recipe does not disappoint. To make it, you’ll need long grain rice, eggs, butter, frozen peas, onions, soy sauce, sesame oil, white pepper, salt, and scallions.

Number Five: Copycat Kung Pao Chicken

This copycat Kung Pao Chicken has a real kick, so beware of the spice! To make it, you’ll need boneless, skinless, chicken breasts, salt, eggs, cornstarch, vegetable oil, cooking wine, soy sauce, whole dry chili peppers, green onions, ginger, garlic, crushed red chili pepper, sesame oil, roasted peanuts, one red bell pepper, and one zucchini.

Number Six: Copycat Beef and Broccoli

An instant classic, this beef and broccoli might even be better than the real thing. To make it, you’ll need flank steak, cornstarch, Shaoxing rice wine, broccoli, canola oil, sesame oil, garlic, ginger, oyster sauce, brown sugar, soy sauce, and sesame seeds. Bon appetit!

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