P.F. Changs Seasonal Fall Menu + Recipe

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So I LOVE P.F. Changs.  My wife and I make it up to their Kenwood location in Cincinnati usually once every few weeks.  I generally get the chicken fried rice and my wife usually gets the Mongolian beef.  We ALWAYS get the fried green beans they are so AMAZING!  So because of my love of P.F. Changs, I want to introduce you to their new Fall Seasonal Menu!  There are some definite things I really REALLY want to try!

  • Ginger Jalapeno Mule and Apple Cinnamon Martini
  • Pumpkin Dessert Wontons
  • Apple Cinnamon Martini
  • Apple Dessert Wontons
  • Shanghai Waldorf Salad
  • Crispy Korean Chicken Wings
  • Miso Chicken
  • Harvest Vegetable Quinoa “Fried Rice”
  • Vietnamese Noodles with Steak & Shrimp
  • Citrus Mustard Prawns

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Can you imagine pumpkin dessert wontons?!  Umm yes please!  The Harvest vegetable quinoa fried rice really calls to me as well.  I love quinoa.  I love the texture, the versatility of the flavor; it’s just a great ingredient!  So with that, I want to share with you a recipe that was inspired by this amazing new menu!  I call it Crockpot Orange Teriyaki Chicken, with fried rice & quinoa!  It’s so good and fresh!  We used fall ingredients like quinoa, bean sprouts and scallions with a little broccoli mixed in topped off with a fried egg.  It was delicious.

If you can’t make it up to P.F. Changs until the weekend, this recipe will tide you over.  In addition, P.F. Chang’s is also hosting the Goodness of Fall Contest, in which contestants will create at least 3 unique fall dishes highlighting 3 of the seasonal ingredients that are used on the new Fall Seasonal Menu. The top 5 recipes will then be submitted to a panel of judges for a chance to win the grand prize!  They have great prizes including a $50 daily P.F. Changs gift card winner and a grand prize winner who will win a two night trip to Napa in the spring of 2014!!

I’d encourage you to enter your recipe in The Goodness of Fall Contest, and visit P.F. Changs for their new Fall Seasonal Menu; it’s only here for a limited time!!  If you were to visit, which dish do you think you’d try?!

Crockpot Orange Teriyaki Chicken

2lbs of boneless skinless chicken breast

1/3 cup of brown sugar

1/2 cup of teriyaki sauce

2 tbs of soy sauce

the juice of 3 oranges

4 garlic cloves

1 inch of ginger peeled and grated into crockpot

2 cups of chicken broth or stock (low sodium)

Zest 2 oranges

Fried rice

3 bags of steamable bags of brown rice

1/3 cup of oil

2/3 cups of shredded carrots

1/2 cups daikon sprouts (you can use bean sprouts if desired)

1/2 corn

1/3 cup of soy sauce

2 tsp of teriyaki

1/2 tbs of garlic powder

1 bunch of scallions

1 head of broccoli (Chinese Broccoli Preferred)

1 small box of quinoa



Place all ingredients into crockpot

Cook on low for 6 hours or on high for four

Make quinoa according to box directions

Fried rice:

Place oil in a skillet and let get hot

Steam rice in microwave

Add in carrots and sprouts to oil in pan

Add 1 bunch of scallions chopped including the green parts

When rice is finished add in rice and soy sauce and teriyaki

Along with corn and garlic powder

Add the onions in with corn and garlic powder

Make quinoa according to box directions

Place rice into bottom of boil, then add quinoa, chicken and garnish with some chopped scallions.


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  1. Heather H. says

    Hi this recipe looks GREAT, but I’m a little confused about your first statement – to put everything in the crock pot? Is this after cooking everything? Thanks! Enjoying your website.

  2. Dave says

    Went and had the crispy korean chicken wings and OMG. Would love it if you could replicate that recipe as they were the best wings ive ever had.

  3. Ela says

    Hi, this sounds great and I really want to try it however I’m unsure of the instructions. What exactly goes into the crockpot? I’m assuming once rice is done it’s added to the crockpot to cook for the 6/4hrs however the last sentence is very confusing…please clarify this so I can try this awesome sounding dish too! Thank you :-)

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