One thing I love about Chinese food is that there always seems to be enough to go around. No matter how much we order, there always seems to be leftovers for a days. A testament to how filling it can be, I guess, and also to the fact that after eating it for days we still don’t get bored.
But when I brought home some Orange Chicken from Panda Express last week… it disappeared! First, even though I intended to just make a quick to-go stop at our Panda Express, I had to sit down and enjoy a few bites for myself. Then I headed home and let the family know I’d brought some takeout to share. By bedtime, our container of Orange Chicken and rice was empty. Panda Express’ Orange Chicken is as yummy (and imminently eatable, it seems) as it gets, with it’s mix of of sweet and savory flavors and soft and crunchy textures. And it can also fit into a healthy eating plan – I can indulge in moderation, and a little goes a long way.
This fall, Panda Express is taking Orange Chicken on the road for a food truck tour to share the #OrangeChickenLove. In fact, the truck is pulling in to Denver this weekend to tailgate for the home team at their first home preseason game. To see if they’re swinging by your hometown, visit orangechickenlove.com. And when you see the truck, be sure to enjoy some Orange Chicken, score one-of-a-kind swag and compete for the title of #1 Orange Chicken Fan in your city. And be sure to use the #OrangeChickenLove hashtag on your social networks to connect with other fans who just can’t get enough sweet and tasty Orange Chicken.