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Panda Express® General Tso's Chicken REVIEW!

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Hello YouTubians..Today I review Panda Express® General Tso's Chicken!
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Panda Express on Wednesday is introducing a version of the classic dish General Tso’s chicken as a limited-time offer, available through Dec. 27.

What’s interesting is not so much the dish, but the way Panda Express is attempting to explore the story behind it in marketing the LTO.

Believed to have been introduced to New York restaurants in the 1970s, General Tso’s chicken was once a staple on Chinese restaurant menus across the U.S. The dish embodies the notion of something Chinese-inspired and American-crafted. It’s comfort food.

Panda uses all-white-meat chicken, for example, while dark meat is more typical. Panda also includes green beans, red and yellow bell peppers and onions, and it is tossed in a sweet and slightly tangy sauce.

Wang said he toned down the spice and removed some of the dark soy for eye appeal. He also swapped some of the vinegar for citrus and added gochujang, a Korean flavor that he feels gives the dish umami. (It’s also very trendy.)

In fact, the traditional recipe for General Tso’s chicken was a bit of an inspiration for Panda’s insanely popular Orange Chicken, which was also inspired by the flavors of Hunan Province. Wang called it a West Coast derivation of General Tso’s, which evolved as it moved across the country over the years.

The limited-time offer was unveiled at the Glendale Galleria mall in Glendale, Calif., where the very first Panda Express unit opened in 1983.
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