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I’ve been trying real hard to find a good recipe for Chinese Spare Ribs, mush like Panda’s Chinese Spare Ribs. The tender meat and sauce on those ribs is hard to beat!
I mean, real hard. I’ve seen a few different kinds of recipes but none of them kook like the right one.
Then I tried a couple of the recipes at home and they turned out pretty good – but somehow it never tastes exactly like what you get when you order them at a restaurant.
Well there’s a new rib in town that totally fits the bill over at Panda Express. You know, you guys have been to them, right? They seem to be everywhere and for good reason. The food is not only tasty but an affordable night out for the whole family.
Most people think of orange chicken when they think of Panda Express, it’s a favorite of ours too. But if you’ve never tried the ribs you are missing out.
I was reading an article about Chef Andy Kao, who is credited with creating the original orange chicken recipe, and has been heading up the culinary team over at Panda Express for 30 years! That’s a long time to have any job…he must be doing all right.
These new Chinese Spare Ribs are a combination of Chinese Char Siu Barbecue and American slow-cooked St. Louis spare ribs. I’m telling you, just looking these guys up in line my oldest son was drooling. We’re already googling where the closest restaurant to us is so we can get in there and try some.
And we’re doing it soon since they are only available for a limited time.
Make sure you’ve eaten dinner before you head over – you’ll be hungry when you leave!