PF Chang’s Home Menu Chicken Egg Rolls Review

PF Chang's Home Menu Chicken Egg Rolls

Who doesn’t love a good egg roll? With PF Chang’s Home Kitchen Chicken Egg Rolls, you don’t have to go out to a restaurant to enjoy restaurant-quality egg rolls — or so the packaging would have you believe. We decided to try these out for ourselves to see if they could meet the high expectations that come with the PF Chang’s brand name.

This snack comes with eight egg rolls (the box says “approximately 8,” though ours had exactly that many — this leads us to believe that perhaps some boxes might contain seven or nine) as well as a packet of sweet and sour sauce. You can see these things laid out below.

PF Chang's Home Menu Chicken Egg Rolls

You can cook these in the microwave, but we prefer to use the oven to make sure we get that crispy outer shell that we love so much. No matter how you cook these, the sauce packet will need to be thawed in warm water. (If you want to see the full cooking instructions, check out our package scans at the bottom of this article.)

PF Chang's Home Menu Chicken Egg Rolls

Using the oven, the shells do indeed get crisp — in fact, we’d say it’s the perfect amount of crisp. The shells have a satisfying crunch when you bite into them, yet the insides are soft and warm.

The chicken used in these egg rolls is actually a dark meat rather than a white meat, and we really like that. While there really isn’t a ton of chicken inside one of these things, each has a chicken-brothy flavor that really makes every egg roll sing (no, not literally).

PF Chang's Home Menu Chicken Egg Rolls

As expected, these also come with a cabbage-and-carrot blend. The veggie combo is really there for the texture more than anything, and we’d argue that it doesn’t contribute to the flavor of each egg roll as much as the chicken.

The sweet and sour sauce is optional, but it’s definitely the richest part of this snack. It has a sweet, almost citrusy flavor that really complements the filling. However, it’s a little overpowering, so you’ll probably want to try at least one bite without sauce to see if you prefer these with or without it. We really like it, but we’re sure not everyone would agree with us.

The box lists four egg rolls as a serving size, but we’re pretty sure you’re going to eat all eight. These are tiny little things. If you have the self-control to take the box’s advice, you’ll be taking in 230 calories and about 700 mg of sodium. If you’re like us and scarf down a whole box at once, that becomes 460 calories and 1,380 mg of sodium.

PF Chang’s Home Kitchen Chicken Egg Rolls might not be quite up to restaurant standards, but they still make a delicious snack. If you’re careful with the calories — and even more careful with the sodium levels — we think you’ll find a lot to enjoy here.

To learn more about the cooking instructions, nutrition content, or ingredients for these PF Chang’s frozen egg rolls, check out our package scans below.

PF Chang's Home Menu Chicken Egg Rolls
PF Chang's Home Menu Chicken Egg Rolls
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1 year ago

I was SO looking forward to eating these! P.F. Chang’s is my favorite restaurant, so I had high hopes for these egg rolls. Unfortunately, they did not live up to the P F Chang’s reputation. The egg rolls were not bad by themselves (although the filling was not very flavorful, the crispy shell was good), but I did not care for the sauce at all – and I am a fan of most sweet and sour sauces I’ve had in the past. I disliked it so much that I finished the rest of the rolls by dipping them in salsa I had in the fridge. I’d give these a 3 out of 5 stars.

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