Pei Wei Introduces Fresh New Options ~ Giveaway

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Returning home from a Disneyland vacation on a cross-country red-eye with two small children, we were exhausted. Way too tired to cook, not to mention an empty pantry. Seeking something fresh – the opposite of airport food – we headed to Pei Wei to check out some new menu options as well as some old favorites. 

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We are big fans of Pei Wei, so it wasn’t an unusual dinner choice for our family. From delicious flavors, a fantastic kids menu and an awesome Coke machine, we all love Pei Wei. Oh, and least I should forget the fortune cookies. Can’t forget those.

One of the things I like the most about Pei Wei is the abundance of fresh options. We always add carrots and broccoli to my daughter’s meals, which means we all get a filling meal complete with fresh, crunchy veggies. 

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While we all have our favorites, on this visit we were on a mission to try a few of the new flavors recently added to the menu including two new Perfect Additions, a new salad and a new main dish.

  • Ginger Orange Edamame: Steamed soybeans, orange peel, ginger, garlic and sea salt.
  • Szechuan Green Beans: Wok seared green beans with Hunan sauce, chile paste and garlic.
  • Wok Roasted Vegetable Salad: A flavorful combination of wok-roasted cauliflower, zucchini, carrots, green beans, scallions, assorted lettuce, Napa cabbage, cucumbers and tomatoes topped with toasted sesame seeds, curry salt and tossed in a miso vinaigrette.
  • Thai Lime & Chile: This new dish features refreshing citrus flavors combined with spicy Fresno chilies for a unique flavor adventure. Guest’s choice of protein (chicken, steak, shrimp or tofu) is wok-tossed in a Thai lime pineapple chile sauce, along with garlic, red onion, snap peas, Fresno chile peppers, topped with cashews, bean sprouts, carrots, cucumbers and cilantro. Available in three size options; a regular or small wok’d entrée served with white or brown rice, or an entrée salad. 

First up, my family selected an order of the Ginger Orange Edamame, which were a hit with everyone. There are two size options, and while we opted for the smaller size, we could have easily polished off the larger version. It’s a perfect dish to share. 

Pei Wei Ginger Orange Edamame

Next up we dinned on the new flavors of Thai Lime & Chile with brown rice and chicken. It was a delicious combination of flavors and tons of fresh veggies. (I don’t know about you, but I always feel like I need to load up on veggies after a vacation.) Definitely a new favorite to add into our regular rotation.

Pei Wei Thai Lime & Chile

Oh, and I think it is important to note that all of the Wok entrées are now available in a small portion starting at just $6.99. Which is great for me since I never could eat a full-size dish at Pei Wei.

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Comments

  1. Kim Parrott says:

    The Szechuan Green Beans look delicious

  2. Whitney Lindeman says:

    Mmm Ginger Orange Edamame!

  3. I would like to try the Thai Lime & Chile.

  4. CharityS says:

    I would love to try the Thai Lime & Chile with brown rice and chicken.

  5. heather c says:

    Thai Chicken Lettuce Wraps for me. Love them!

  6. Bryan E. says:

    Thanks for the giveaway… the Szechuan Green Beans look good !

  7. Barbara Long says:

    All of the new items sound delicious but I would like to try the Thai Lime & Chile dish with chicken and the Wok Roasted Vegetable Salad.

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  8. jennifer cervantes says:

    the chicken lettuce wraps look good.

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