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I’m running on fumes some nights. Racing my child to swim class across town, food prepping for events, and needing to run errands after dinners. I am always on the hunt for easy, tasty, and affordable busy weeknight dinner solutions. Typical take out for our family of three runs about $25. Even when we all want fried rice, we still want different meats and sauces.
You can find the Tai Pei Asian food in your local Walmart in the frozen food section. I personally did not find mine near the designated ethnic food, it was in the “dinner entrees” section. We are huge fans of chicken but they also had shrimp available at our store.
Each of the Tai Pei Asian food entrees come with a great portion size of robust flavors combing meat, vegetables, and sauce. Many also have a distinguished flavor-infused rice. Knowing that Tai Pei has no preservatives or artificial ingredients gives me a guilt free Mom conscious. Just great tasting food that is quick to prepare. They are so easy to prepare, my husband could even do it! Seriously, no film to peel or poke. No stirring mid way through.
When I say “busy weeknight dinner solutions” , I mean it. Each entree only takes four and a half to five minutes to heat up. No stirring is required while cooking, you just let it sit for about two minutes before serving. If you have a microwave, you can have tasty convenience! Quick clean up if you eat out of the container.
One thing I really love about the Tai Pei entrees is that they way they have layered everything, if you do plate your food, it has the sauce on the bottom of the container, therefore you have sauce on the top of your meal once you pour it out. I am a sauce fanatic so that made me really happy.
With 14 grams of protein, the Beef and Broccoli was full of flavor, huge pieces of broccoli, and plenty of rice and sauce. It tasted like I had ordered it, but only cost a fraction of the price of take out. All the entrees provide nice large pieces of meat.
My husband normally only goes for the fried rice dishes but he really loved the noodles in this Chicken Chow Mein. Again, with 15 grams of protein, there was no lacking in hearty piece of meat even for the man of the family.
The Sweet & Sour Chicken was amazing! I am so picky about the “sweet” sauce and have quit ordering from many places due to inconsistency on their taste. The big chicken pieces with the savory sweet sauce and assortment of delectable vegetables was perfection.
Use the store locator to find your next busy weeknight dinner solutions with Asian Food that is not only high quality, but tasty and affordable! Nothing is better than letting each family member select their own meal and preparing it when they are hungry. Even cooking back to back, dinner was done in under 20 minutes!
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Author: Nichole Arnold
I’m the owner of Mommy Needs a Bottle . I’m a 30- something wine enthusiast that resides in Tampa, FL. I love family traditions, traveling, cooking, baking, reading, fashion, tattoos, beauty products, and being a Mommy! I have a background in marketing, public relations, copywriting, and sales.