Pioneer Woman’s Chinese Food is the best way to get your fix of authentic, delicious Asian cuisine.
Pioneer Woman has been cooking since she was six years old, and now that she has her restaurant, Pioneer Woman takes pride in sharing her food with everyone.
Pioneer Woman’s love for cooking started when she learned how to cook from her grandfather, who enjoyed teaching his granddaughter about traditional family recipes passed down through generations. These are just a few of Pioneer Women dishes you can find on the menu:
Pioneer Woman Chinese Food
I have to be honest and say that I was hesitant to try the Pioneer Woman’s Chinese Food recipe.
But, holy cow, was I glad that I gave it a try! The recipe is straightforward to follow, and the results are just delicious.
13 Pioneer Women dishes you can find on the menu:
1. Sweet and Sour Pork
This dish is a favorite for anyone looking for a classic Chinese meal. The pork is breaded and cooked until crispy, then served in a sweet and sour sauce with pineapple and bell peppers.
2. Orange Chicken
Another fan favorite, orange chicken, is made with battered and fried chicken breast pieces tossed in a delicious orange sauce. This dish is served with steamed broccoli and a side of white rice.
3. Kung Pao Chicken
Stir-fried chicken breast pieces with peanuts, green peppers, and onions in a spicy garlic sauce. This dish is Pioneer Woman’s recommended favorite and can be found on the menu as an appetizer or main course.
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4. Scallion Pancakes
These pancakes are made with dough mixed with chopped scallions and then rolled out, fried, and served with a sweet soy dipping sauce.
These are only a few of the delicious dishes you will find at Pioneer Woman’s Chinese Food. Be sure to come in and try them all for yourself!
5. General Tso’s Chicken
This dish is a sweet, spicy, and tangy chicken with broccoli, carrots, and your choice of rice. We have this served on a sizzling hot plate to keep it warm and fresh until it reaches your table.
6. Sesame Chicken
Another popular dish, sesame chicken, is breaded and fried chicken with steamed broccoli topped in our sesame sauce. This dish comes with your choice of white or brown rice.
7. Beef With Broccoli
This dish is a classic beef and broccoli stir-fry with onions and your choice of rice. We have this served on a sizzling hot plate to keep it warm and fresh until it reaches your table.
8. Pork Fried Rice
Fried rice is made with pork, onions, carrots, peas, and eggs. This dish is the perfect combination of sweet and salty!
9. Chicken Lo Mein
Lo mein is a pan-fried noodle dish. Pioneer Woman’s version includes stir-fried chicken, green onions, zucchini, and your choice of white or brown rice.
10. House Special Fried Rice
This fried rice dish is made with pork, shrimp, peas, carrots, and egg. This dish is made to order and served with a side of sweet soy dipping sauce.
11. Mongolian Beef
This dish is Pioneer Woman’s take on the famous Mongolian Beef found in Chinese restaurants across America. We have this as an appetizer or main course meal served with steamed broccoli and your choice of white or brown rice.
12. Hong Kong Style Wonton Noodle Soup
This dish is a traditional Hong Kong-style soup that includes wontons filled with shrimp, pork and vegetables served in a flavorful broth. This option also comes with your choice of rice.
13. Chicken Egg Foo Young
This dish is a traditional Chinese omelet with stir-fried chicken, green onions, bean sprouts, and your choice of white or brown rice.
These are only a few of the many dishes you will find at Pioneer Woman’s Chinese Food, but there is still more on the menu! Come in to try them all for yourself. Thank you for your time; I hope to see you soon!
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