NEWS: Celebrate National Noodle Day With P.F. Chang’s Home Menu Noodle Entrees

PF Chang s home menu garlic chicken noodles

Today, is National Noodle Day.

For realsies.

You could celebrate by going to your favorite ramen place, having the workers yell “irasshaimase” to you when you enter, and slurp noodles to your heart’s content.

Or you could visit your local Italian restaurant, share a plate of spaghetti with your significant other, and recreate the famous scene in Lady and the Tramp.

Or you could spend 75 cents, boil some water, and spend your evening with a Cup Noodles. Or you could eat P.F. Chang’s new Home Menu Noodle Entrees.

The new frozen entrees come in four varieties:

Garlic Chicken with Dan Dan Noodles – White meat chicken with a savory garlic sauce, bell peppers, bok choy and yakisoba noodles

PF Chang s home menu pepper steak noodlesPepper Steak with Chow Fun Noodles – Steak with a sweet and peppery sauce, bell peppers, onions and chow fun noodles

Grilled Chicken Teriyaki with Lo Mein Noodles – Grilled chicken with a teriyaki sauce, pineapple, red bell peppers, onions and lo mein noodles

Firecracker Shrimp with Yakisoba Noodles – Lightly battered shrimp with spicy sauce, carrots, edamame, onions and yakisoba noodles

P.F. Chang’s Home Menu Noodle Entrees feature robust sauces, marinated meats, and unique “noodle nests” that unravel in the skillet midway through cooking as the noodles get coated in a flavor-packed sauce. Each package serves two and are available now in a frozen aisle near you.

6 thoughts to “NEWS: Celebrate National Noodle Day With P.F. Chang’s Home Menu Noodle Entrees”

    1. So what you’re telling me is that I can’t post news about new products that PR folks let me know about.


      Why don’t you tell me where you work so I can come there and tell you how to do your job?

      You sound as if we were paid to post this, which we were not. Heck we were offered samples of the products which we did not accept.

    1. That’s my feeling about all these things; I can go to my local Chinese take-out joint and get a better meal for as much or less than I’d pay for one of these frozen things.

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