This list is your one-stop-shop for the most appetizing Panda Express copycat recipes!
There are tons of copycat Panda recipes online, so I thought why not create a round-up of the best of the best?
Panda Express is perhaps the largest and most popular Chinese fast-food chain in the United States.
Because its offerings are too darn delicious, there’s a myriad of copycat recipes you’ll find.
There are far too many to choose from, so I decided to narrow things down for you.
From hearty chow mein to the ever-popular orange chicken, here are the best Panda Express copycat recipes you can make at home.
Orange chicken is arguably the most popular menu item at Panda Express. How can it not be?
From the crispy, batter-coated chicken cutlets to the sweet and citrusy glaze, it’s finger-licking delicious.
That said, it’s hard to believe that this sensational dish is easy to recreate, but it is.
In fact, all you’ll need are three ingredients. How awesome is that?
Chow mein is always a hit in my household.
Long strands of noodles are bathed in a sweet and savory sauce and loaded with shredded cabbage, celery, and onions.
It’s hearty, delicious, and a complete meal on its own.
Here’s the best part. This copycat only takes 20 minutes to make! It’s perfect even on busy days.
Beef and broccoli make such a great pair. First of all, the color contrast between the two is already appetizing.
The crunch from the broccoli and the juiciness of the beef go great together, too.
But what makes this dish insanely delicious is the thick, savory sauce.
Made with soy sauce, oyster sauce, sesame oil, and ginger, it showcases just how tasty Asian flavors are.
If you’re in the mood for the classic Panda stir fry, but don’t want all the calories that come with it, this recipe is the one to beat.
Chicken cutlets, zucchini, and mushrooms are stir-fried with a sweet and savory sauce and garnished with sesame oil and sesame seeds.
One skillet and 20 minutes are all you’ll need to whip up this copycat stir-fry.
And oh my God, it’s seriously delish! But because we’re making smart choices with the ingredients, it’s a lot more wholesome than the original.
Add some spice to your lunch or dinner with this sweet fire chicken!
Crispy chicken cutlets are drenched in a thick, sweet, and spicy glaze.
The combination of chili sauce, red pepper flakes, and pineapple chunks makes the sauce ridiculously tasty.
It’s the perfect contrast to the crispy and savory chicken.
The thought of eating this dish with rice already makes my mouth water.
6. Beijing Beef
Beijing beef is another popular item at Panda, and for good reason.
How can anyone resist those crispy beef strips and colorful vegetables bathed in a sweet, tangy, and spicy sauce?
If you find the orange chicken way too sweet, this one’s a good alternative.
You’ll love the touch of spice the crushed red peppers add to the sauce.
Fried rice is one of those staples that you always have to buy whenever dining at Panda.
You just can’t leave the chain without it! It’s an absolute must.
Honestly, what good is orange chicken or beef and broccoli without fried rice soaking up all that sauce?
A Panda meal is just not the same without it.
So if you decide to go for a Panda copycat for lunch or dinner, don’t forget to make fried rice, too! This recipe has you covered.
Panda Express food isn’t exactly known for being healthy, but there are a few wholesome options in there, too. Case in point: the super greens.
Kale, cabbage, and broccoli are coated in garlic sauce.
It’s a simple side dish that’s delicious and nutritious at the same time. It’s perfect with any of Panda’s meat and rice entrees!
To me, teriyaki is perfection. That sweet glaze of soy sauce, mirin, and sugar is just pure heaven.
While nothing beats the original Japanese glaze, I’m also in love with its Mandarin version.
The addition of garlic, lemon juice, and ginger adds such a bright flavor.
So when Panda replaced the Mandarin teriyaki with regular teriyaki, I was bummed. Fortunately, this copycat recipe is pretty spot on!
The ingredients list may be long, but this copycat is a breeze to make. Seriously, all you’ll need are 15 minutes and a skillet.
Chicken cutlets and vegetables are stir-fried with a savory and spicy glaze of oyster sauce, ginger, black pepper, and vinegar. Yum.
Shrimp, honey, and walnuts? Now that sounds like a perfect combination.
Even on its own, shrimp is amazing. These sweet, snappy, and plump crustaceans are gifts from the sea.
Toss them in a sweet and creamy sauce and top them in walnuts, and you’ll get an insanely phenomenal dish. This recipe is one for the books!
Bite-sized chicken cutlets and crunchy green beans are tossed with ginger soy sauce. It sounds basic, but it definitely delivers.
Like most Chinese dishes, the sauce is what takes the dish to the next level.
It’s a mix of broth, soy sauce, white wine, rice wine vinegar, garlic, ginger, and brown sugar, so of course, it’s mind-blowingly delicious!
Kung pao chicken is a colorful dish of chicken and vegetables bathed in a sweet and spicy sauce.
A combination of delicious Asian ingredients such as Hoisin sauce, Shaoxing wine, and tamari, the sauce is so good, you’ll want to savor it to the last drop.
Creamy eggplant, silky tofu, and a ridiculous sauce star this Panda copycat.
It may be all-veggie, but it’s so good it can rival any meat dish on this list.
If you find yourself always craving Panda’s delicious sweet and sour sauce, you’re not alone.
Make your very own at home with this easy recipe.
That way, you can drizzle it on any food you want! Pork, chicken, beef, fish – you name it.
Crispy fried wontons are filled with cream cheese and green onions. Man, this appetizer is extremely addictive.
It’s crunchy on the outside, creamy on the inside, and delicious in every bite.
Egg rolls are another must-order for me whenever I’m at Panda Express. There’s nothing like these crispy, crunchy rolls.
Once you bite into them, you’re greeted with tender, flavorful chicken and vegetables.
Dip them in sweet and sour sauce, and you’re golden!
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