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Discussion in 'The Mainboard' started by bro, Jun 30, 2022.
What is the GOAT Americanized Chinese takeout food item?
General tsos obviously
Spicy cold sesame noodles very underrated
love pad thai
or walnut shrimp
With hot and sour soup and I'm in heaven
This and Orange chicken
Beef with broccoli is never bad unless you get the PF Changs bullshit at your grocery store(fuck PF Changs)
my local place is all or most Asian, love Mongolian beef
Crab rangoon with all the fake imitation crab and cream cheese you can fit in a wonton, general tsos with that sweet, awful sugary sauce, Put it over fried rice, preferably a veggie fried rice, and I'll be satiated for 1.5 to possibly 2 hours
You need a real spread. Get the aforementioned Tsos and Sesame noodles. Add in some egg rolls (hopefully with the bright red sweet and sour dipping sauce), side of bok Choy, scallion pancakes if they have them and whatever the most non-Americanized pork or beef dish on the menu is, preferably spicy. Double cooked pork is always a strong play or some other Szechuan inspired dish. Or just pivot back to good old beef and broccoli. Don’t be shy with that menu
Orange beef for me, so legit if they make it correctly
I shouldn’t be this hungry right now
Chicken fried rice. Entree or side. Either way it’s great
Chicken w cashew is a favorite
Don't worry, you'll eat and be hungry all over again in 30 minutes.
beef and broccoli
fried rice (pork, shrimp, or combination)
Considering it isn't a dish in China, this is clearly the right answer.
But I was told by the guy handing me the toothpick at the mall that this is Cajun food.
yea I almost didn’t write it because I’m not sure how it classifies but it’s the goat mall food court food.
Walk around enough and you can eat for free and amass a nice toothpick collection.
I’m a sucker for almond chicken.
Might be the most flavorful dish on earth
I love sample guy at the mall
I really like orange chicken but sometimes it has pieces of the orange peel in it and that really bothers me.
Also I think many on here know that I'm juvenile diabetic. During my sophomore year of college my blood sugar got really low while we were out walking around. We went to a Chinese buffet and I ate 29 of those amazing fried donuts. Easily one of the healthiest things I've ever done.
I impulse bought this a week ago and holy shit was it bad
For a single dish, I'll go classic with the house special fried rice (combines all the proteins). Beyond that, a tie between sweet and sour chicken and Mongolian beef.
Orange chicken can be too orange-y so I rarely get it. Panda express had the sauce perfect imo though I haven’t ate there in probably a decade.
sweet & sour chicken with white rice
The red Chinese boneless spare ribs smothered in American hot sauce are my favorite
Mixed wonton/egg drop is the soup move.
The family needed food on the quick driving on vacation and we stopped into a Panda Express. I got the Shanghai Beef with my usual Kung Pao Chicken, and was pleasantly surprised. I'm going to have to circle back.
Combo platter of chicken and broccoli, no broccoli, with white rice. $1 extra chicken and extra sauce on the side for the rice.
Chicken on a stick.
Not take out, but this is awesome
Sunday night I had pan fried dumplings, mongolian beef and subbed lo mein for the rice.
Mongolian Beef, Sizzling Rice Soup, Eggrolls
Sesame chicken is my go to
A very close #2 behind the General, for me.
General Tso's or Orange Chicken are always the center piece for me. Goons and fried rice or lo mein are usually supporting players.
A great hangover meal, and one of my go-to's the day after a wedding or bachelor party weekend.
General Tso’s, Cashew Chicken, Vegetable fried rice, white rice, egg rolls