What you’re looking at above is a photo of Panda Express’ new Five Flavor Shrimp.
Oh wait. I’m being told the photo below is the correct photo for Panda Express’ new shrimp entree, while the photo above is of Panda Express’ Pacific Chili Shrimp. My bad.
The Five Flavor Shrimp combines five quality ingredients — marinated shrimp, red bell peppers, onions, green string beans, and a Chinese-inspired umami sauce. According to Brand Eating, the entree is based on gan shao xia, a sweet and sour Shanghainese dish.
A 5.4-ounce serving has 210 calories, 11 grams of fat, 2.5 grams of saturated fat, 110 milligrams of cholesterol, 750 milligrams of sodium, 14 grams of carbohydrates, 1 gram of fiber, 7 grams of sugar, and 14 grams of protein.
If you’ve tried it, let us know what you think of it in the comments.
(Image via Panda Express’ website)
8 thoughts to “FAST FOOD NEWS: Panda Express Five Flavor Shrimp”
Had a sample last night and it was “meh” – a little too sweet and salty, and not really very interesting. The chili one was way better.
Tasted a sample of it and was like, “mmm, this is pretty good!” So I got it as an entree. Considering I usually always get the honey walnut shrimp, this shrimp, with its green beans and red bell peppers, was a fresh new twist. And the sauce was pretty good too! Couldn’t stop raving about it, even after the meal. So glad I tried it!!
I had this new shrimp entree on Friday, March 17. Loved, Loved it. Went back the next day and got it AGAIN. Did I say I loved it!!! Unfortunately I have to travel 45 miles to the nearest Panda Express.
Awful awful awful. Ruined my other dish with its sauce.
Horrible. I think it has vanilla in the sauce. Really awful combination of flavors.
I will never order this again
They need to come up with a good chicken salad
First time I ate it, though shrimps was spoiled. Tried again today, still terrible taste.must be the strange mix of the 5spices? Tasted awful&off putting.
thats exactly what i thought too!!! that it tasted spoiled
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