Monday, September 8, 2014

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Jamie and I were checking out our September schedule last night and comparing it to our January calendar. Wow! We are so busy! With kids activities, church functions, and time spent with friends, we're hopping almost every night. I love to find new ideas for quick meals that my family will enjoy, and this 5 Minute Rice Bowl, using deli wings from Walmart, is a perfect meal-in-one for a busy night. 

The Walmart deli is the place to find good quality Tyson chicken when you want to put together a hot meal or pick up a snack for game day. Are you tailgating for the next big game? Grab some precooked wings, hot and ready, and you'll be set with a great snack to share.

Cainan, Michael, and I stopped in last weekend to attend a demo at our Walmart deli. The boys got to try out the hot wings and they thought they were pretty great. In addition to Bone-In Hot Wings, the deli also carries General Tso's Boneless wings. You can get them in a Pick 3 Bucket, a plated meal, or purchase by the pound.

It's always great to have something yummy to dip your chicken in and Kraft dressings are a good choice. We picked up both varieties of wings and some Kraft Ranch dressing to dip them in. If I give my family a choice of sauces, Ranch is always the winner.

Our family has been loyal Tyson customers for years. The meat is good quality and actually tastes like...meat! I like it that Tyson doesn't seem to add overpowering seasonings to the meat so the flavor comes through nicely. My husband, especially, was impressed with the flavor and quality of these wings.

Not only is my recipe for General Tso's 5 Minute Rice Bowl, quick---it's also super easy with only three products to pick up. Begin by grabbing half a pound of General Tso's Boneless Wings from the Walmart Deli. You'll also need an oriental flavored rice pouch and some broccoli. With just a couple prep steps, you'll create a fun and flavorful meal for a busy night or to serve to your game day guests.

General Tso's 5 Minute Rice Bowl 
1/2 lb. prepared General Tso's Boneless Chicken Wings
8.8 oz. Teriyaki flavored 90 second rice pouch
1 c. broccoli florets

Begin by boiling the broccoli in a pot of water. While it's cooking, prepare the rice pouch. Slice chicken and mix together in a bowl. Each rice pouch contains two servings, so multiply ingredients as needed!


  1. What a great idea to make this rice bowl. I love the deli wings and this makes for an easy meal! #client

    1. It was delicious---definitely doing this again soon!

  2. this looks like a fast and easy way to have dinner... thanks.

    1. It definitely is---and Jamie loved it in his lunch the next day!


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