This post was sponsored by Tai Pei as part of an Influencer Activation for Influence Central and all opinions expressed in my post are my own.
Ever have those days that go by in a blur? Before you know it, dinner time is here and you haven’t the slightest idea what to make. Or ever recall those times when you need a meal that doesn’t take hours to make with tons of steps and prep? Sick of your typical, everyday meals that you keep in rotation and want to mix it up?
Yep, I raised my hand on all of those.
Well, my friends, consider this a PSA for my new favorite go to for weeknight dinners: Tai Pei.
Tai Pei has a single serve line of Asian inspired frozen entrees, made with real, quality ingredients. None of the bad stuff, just pure and delicious goodness.
I picked up a few of their entrees to try out. Spoiler alert: they are all delish. The veggies actually taste fresh and have the perfect crunch, the infused rice has an amazing flavor, the meat is quality, and the sauces are just as authentic as what you get from a restaurant.
In fact, all of their entrees are made with real, pure ingredients, and no preservatives or artificial ingredients. That’s a huge advantage in my book.
Plus, their new convenient packaging makes Tai Pei quick and simple to prepare in just minutes in the microwave. It’s foolproof. Just throw it in, set your table, maybe prep a side salad and a few minutes later- dinner is ready.
What else do I like about it? Not only do they have a ton of varieties available based on what you have a taste for, but it’s really affordable (MUCH cheaper than takeout), portions are reasonable, it’s ready in a jiffy and there are NO pans or dishes to wash afterwards. Win!
So whenever you have a craving for some Chinese, or need a quick and delicious meal- grab a few varieties of Tai Pei entrees in the freezer section of your grocery store! Seriously, you’ll thank me once you try it.
And don’t forget to save $1.00 on ONE (1) Tai Pei® Entrée (7.9 oz. or larger) or Appetizer with this printable coupon! Use their store locator to find where it is near you.
Which Tai Pei variety sounds good to you? I love a good Sweet & Sour Chicken or General Tso’s Chicken personally…
I just picked up one of the lo mien ones! Can’t wait to try it.