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Look, here’s the thing, as we get busier and busier, and our lives get crazier and crazier, it seems like the thing that we skip out on is dinner. And I don’t know about you, but my family just keeps wanting dinner. Like, every night.
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The problem is, not only do they want something that tastes good, but I need for it to be healthy, too. This is my major stress every time, I need something quick, healthy and delicious, and THAT, my friends is why I am all about using Tai Pei as my favorite trick to make dinner easier. We are talking clean ingredients, no additives or preservatives– just deliciousness.
Oh, and the packaging makes it so that you can serve perfect portions no matter how many you need to prepare– in the microwave!
Here are three of my favorite recipe hacks using Tai Pei!
Instant Chicken Chow Mein Noodles Soup
It takes no time to use these delicious Chicken Chow Mein noodles and transfer them into a hearty soup.
What You Need To Make Chicken Chow Mein Noodles Soup
- 12 oz ChickenBroth
- 1 Carton of Tai Pei Chicken Chow Mein
- Fresh Shredded Carrots.
How To Make Chicken Chow Mein Noodles Soup
Heat chicken broth in a medium size pot to boil. Add 1 package of frozen Tai Pei Chicken Chow Mein and shreeded carrot to pot of boiling stock and bring to boil again. Season with sesame oil and salt and pepper to taste. Top with cilantro leaves if desired.
Easy Chicken Fried Rice With Egg
Fried rice for breakfast is both satisfying and comforting. Top it with an egg or two for extra protein for extra nutrition to start the day right.
What You Need To Make Chicken Fried Rice With Egg
- 1 Package of Tai Pei Chicken Fried Rice
- 1-2 Eggs
How To Make Chicken Fried Rice With Egg
Cook Tai Pei Chicken Fried Rice per package directions. Set aside. Heat skillet with oil and fry one or two eggs until whites are set and yolk is still runny. Transfer fried rice on a plate and top with fried eggs. Sit down and enjoy!
Pepper Steak Stuffed in Bell Peppers
Do you want to try something different but easy for dinner? How about stuffing bell peppers with Tai Pei Peppered Steak?
What You Need To Make Pepper Steak Stuffed In Bell Peppers
- 2 or 3 Bell Peppers (Green, Yellow, Red or a combination of all three!) Make sure bell peppers can stand on their own, or your meal won’t look fancy.
- Tai Pei Pepper Steaks
- Shredded Carrots
How To Make Pepper Stuffed In Bell Peppers
Cut the tops off bell peppers, discard seeds and membranes. Set aside bell peppers and top parts. Cook Tai Pei Pepper Steaks for three minutes only. (They will finish cooking in the oven.) Spoon and divide contents into bell peppers and place in a baking pan. Add a few strips of shredded carrots. Put tops back and bake in a 360 degree preheated oven for 30 minutes.
Rice Wrapped Orange Chicken
Wrap your favorite Tai Pei flavor in Rice flour! It’s pretty much the most delicious thing you will eat this month.
What You Need To Make Rice Wrapped Orange Chicken
- 1 package Tai Pei Orange Chicken
- Fresh lettuce
- 1 pack of Spring Rolls skin (available in the Asian aisle of major grocery stores).
(For three or more people, try mixing up a few varieties Tai Pei flavors like Beef and Broccoli, Orange Chicken and General Tso’s Spicy Chicken.)
How To Make Rice Wrapped Orange Chicken
Soak spring rolls skin on a plate with warm water making sure that both sides are slightly damp. Lay wrapper flat, in a row across the center, lay one lettuce leaf. Add two tablespoonful of cooked orange chicken on lettuce leaving two inches uncovered on each side. Fold uncovered sides inward, then tightly roll the wrapper, beginning at the end with the lettuce. Repeat with remaining ingredients. Serve with plum sauce or soy sauce with lemon.
Oh, and…Tai Pei has a full lineup of appetizers and snacks too!