This is a sponsored post created on behalf of P.F. Chang’s Home Menu. All opinions are 100% my very own.
I don’t know about you, but when 5 o’clock comes along, I’m so exhausted. I just want to come home, put some comfy clothes on, and make a simple, but enjoyable dinner.
One of my children’s and my favorite food is Chinese.
So, on a recent Wok Wednesday family night I decided, why not bring delicious authenticity into our own living room?
I whipped up a tasty P.F. Chang’s Home Menu meal, Grilled Chicken Teriyaki With Lo Mein Noodles, that literally took less than 15 minutes to cook on my stove top. I found P.F Chang’s Home Menu meals in the frozen section in my local grocery store. P.F. Chang’s Home Menu frozen meals and appetizers are made with authentic, made-from-scratch sauces and vibrant veggies. We all thought it was extremely flavorful and it hit the spot with the delicious tangy sauce. It’s rare to please everyone in my house, so I gave myself a high-five for Wok Wednesday.
We enjoyed our EASY Wok Wednesday Family Night so much that we are already planning the next one. Next time, we will have the Family Size Chicken Fried Rice. P.F. Chang’s Home Menu family size skillets just launched in January and are available in two varieties: Orange Chicken and Chicken Fried Rice.
The Family Size Chicken Fried Rice is made with authentic Thai Jasmine Rice sourced from Thailand, Sambal, a traditional Asian ingredient that brings a little spice to the dish, white meat chicken, carrots and scrambled eggs. My kids love fried rice, so I know this will be a hit.
I am also anxious to try the Family Size Orange Chicken. The Orange Chicken dish is made with real Orange Peel and other tasty ingredients that allows caramelization of the homemade sauce, imitating the wok cooking process.
I’m all about easy, but tasty. For this dinner, I just emptied the bag of Grilled Chicken Teriyaki with Lo Mein Noodles into the skillet and it was done in less than 15 minutes.
It was so quick and easy to whip up supper that evening that P.F. Chang’s Home Menu’s new line of Family Size skillet meals will encourage my family to indulge in a mid-week ethnic dinner challenge. We are going to participate in a new tradition called Wok Wednesday. Check out some of these fun Wok Wednesday ideas.
It wouldn’t be a fun family night unless we had a fun ethnic beverage to enjoy alongside our meal, so I asked a friend that is a local bartender if he had any clever concoctions that would go with our Asian theme. I decided to make a cocktail for the adults and a mocktail for the kiddos.
We called it, Fruity Asian Sea Breeze.
The kids absolutely thought it was the coolest drink, and I thought it was quite fruity and tasty myself. It was very refreshing.
Of course, I added some colorful straws and those cute little umbrellas that I found in the grocery store.
How to Make a Fruity Asian Seabreeze
Fruity Asian SeaBreeze
Omit the alcohol for a mocktail.
- 2 oz Vodka
- 4 oz Coconut Water
- 2 oz Pineapple Juice
- 1 oz Mango Juice
- 1 oz Sprite
Pour each ingredient into a tall glass with ice
Add pineapple and strawberry for garnish(optional)
It’s so fun to create new traditions that won’t break the bank or take a lot of time to prepare for my family. Do you have any creative ideas to add to our FUN, but EASY Wok Wednesday Family Night tradition?