Panda Express brings back a Wok Smart favorite for a limited time

Panda Express Brings Back Wok-Fired Shrimp. Image courtesy Panda Express
Panda Express Brings Back Wok-Fired Shrimp. Image courtesy Panda Express /

When it comes to quick and easy meals that bring all the flavor, we often turn to Panda Express, especially when we are looking for something different. And since a fast food Chinese American restaurant is definitely different in a sea of burger chains, we can’t help but turn to them for delicious meals on the go.

So when we received the press email from Panda Express about the return of one of their Wok Smart menu items, we needed to know more. And while this fan favorite menu item may only be around for a limited time, while it is here, we are going to be chowing down.

So what is this returning Wok Smart menu item?

Panda Express brings back their Wok-Fired Shrimp for a limited time

Considering we love shrimp and we love Panda Express, we are here for this returning menu item. And of course, when we learned a little bit more about this particular entree, we knew we needed to give a try for ourselves.

If you are anything like us and weren’t familiar with the Wok-Fired Shrimp dish, they describe it as,

"seared premium shrimp and fresh-cut vegetables together in a sweet, savory, and spicy entrée. The better-for-you dish contains only 190 calories with 17 grams of protein and embraces the signature American Chinese flavors created by Panda Express and marries them with fresh, quality ingredients enhanced by “Wok Hei,” or breath of the wok, which describes the sear and smoke imparted in the dish from traditional wok cooking."

While this description doesn’t exactly give us all the details of the vegetables that are included in this one based on the image of the dish it looks like snap peas, onions, and red peppers help to round out this entree.

All together, this sounds like a dish we can’t resist.

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What do you think? Will this be a dish you have to try? Or have you tried this one before and did you enjoy it?