Panda Express NEW Beyond The Original Orange Chicken Review
I ordered both the Beyond Orange Chicken and the classic Orange Chicken, along with sides of lo mein and fried rice. You can’t go to Panda Express without getting a generous serving of carbs.
I was excited to try out Panda Express‘s new Beyond Orange Chicken. It just came out a few days ago, but I was already on vacation, so I missed the chance to be one of the first to try it. I usually try to be prompt with my fast food taste to share my thoughts and help others avoid wasting their money. If you’ve already tried it, feel free to share your thoughts in the comments below. I got both the Beyond Orange Chicken and the classic Orange Chicken, so I’ll compare the two in this post.
I ordered both the Beyond Orange Chicken and the classic Orange Chicken, along with sides of lo mein and fried rice. You can’t go to Panda Express without getting a generous serving of carbs. It’s just a fact. I’m nervous to try it out and see how it tastes. The Beyond Orange Chicken was a bit pricier, costing an extra $1.60. I want to take a moment to thank all the viewers who have given me positive feedback on my recent videos. Thank you, Gin Bin 13, Mala Gainer, Michael Harvey, and Rachel Cole. Your support means a lot to me. Don’t forget to subscribe to my other posts for more fast food tests!
I’ll make sure to be on time for my next taste test. Let’s see what these look like. I’m guessing this one is the classic Orange Chicken and the Beyond Orange Chicken since it has a darker color and a more textured appearance. The Beyond Orange Chicken looks more like little chicken nuggets. I’m excited to try the Low Mein and fried rice, too. I think Panda Express’ fried rice is not the most flavorful, but it’s still enjoyable. The lo mein may not be the best, but it’s still satisfying. Let’s start the taste test!
Honestly, I don’t have the strongest affection for Panda Express’ Orange Chicken. I usually find it too sweet, and there’s too much breading, so it’s not my first choice when I eat there. I prefer dishes like String Bean Chicken or Sweet Fire Chicken instead. Let’s give the classic Orange Chicken a try. It’s better today than I remember, with a lean piece of meat and not too much breading. However, the sauce is still a bit too sweet for my taste. Overall, I would rate the classic Orange Chicken as average.
Today I tried a 6.5/10 chicken, which mainly felt like real chicken, a refreshing change. I’m excited to try Beyond Orange Chicken for the first time. Although I have tried similar items before, I want to go in-depth with this Beyond one. The appearance of the chicken is distinct, looking like a frozen nugget with a flat top and bottom. Despite this, it still looks appetizing. Unfortunately, I accidentally damaged my thumbnail while trying to get a piece. Now, let’s try the Beyond Orange Chicken. It’s a tuck strip, and I’m soaking it in the sauce. I’m not mad, but I’m full of emotions. Despite being mostly made of plants, I’m curious to see if it tastes like real chicken.
Currently, I am eating a Beyond Chicken Nugget, and I am enjoying it. Does it taste like a traditional chicken nugget with orange chicken sauce? Yes, it does. Is it taste good? Yes, it is. The texture is visually appealing, but when you’re chewing it, it feels more like a tuna-like texture with air pockets. It’s much less sweet and spicier than the original orange chicken. The breading is much thinner and lighter, like a classic chicken nugget. The breading on the original one is very crunchy and thick. I probably wouldn’t choose this out of the whole menu. Still, it’s one of the best plant-based fast food options available for a vegan or vegetarian option. It tastes like a chicken nugget, and if you’re okay with eating plant-based chicken, you’ll be OK with this. Overall, it does not have any aftertaste.
The fake plant-based meat has a primary flavor, but the sauce stands out. It’s not exceptional, but it’s good for what it is, and I would give it a 9 out of 10 on the plant-based scale. Compared to other chickens, I would give it a 6, but I am enjoying it more than the original orange chicken. It’s less rich and spicier, making it a better option, in my opinion. I ate almost all of it, and I was impressed. This is an excellent option for plant-based people and goes well with the sides. It still tastes like Panda Express. Thank you for watching this video, and please let me know in the comments if you have tried the plant-based Panda Express and what your thoughts are. Thank you to my super fans. I love you all so much.
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