Oct 292013
 
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This is a sponsored post on behalf of Social Moms and Tai Pei.  All words and thoughts are my own.

Up until I was a sophomore in high school, I would have told you that I didn’t like Chinese food.  I know, right?  For most of my tween and early teen years I was what you might call a picky eater.  At that point I hadn’t even tried anything from a Chinese menu – other than French fries – but I was sure I wouldn’t like it.

Then my friends and I participated in a scavenger hunt contest and won a gift certificate to a local Chinese restaurant.  I went planning to eat some fries and instead was talked into trying a few things from the buffet.  To my surprise, there were a number of things that I enjoyed: fried rice, sweet & sour chicken, beef & broccoli.

Tai Pei and Tai Pei Asian Garden Chinese Food Frozen Meals #TaiPeiFood

After that, ordering Chinese became a weekend treat that continued through college and into my married life.  Unfortunately where we are in Kentucky, no local Chinese places deliver so we don’t have it as often as we might otherwise.  But I recently discovered that I could get yummy Chinese – just for me! – right from my grocer’s freezer.

Tai Pei has over 20 years experience in providing a line of frozen chef-created, restaurant-inspired meals.  The meals – made with Asian-style signature sauces – come in single-size servings, and there are also single-serve and multi-serve appetizers.  This makes it perfect for grabbing a quick lunch, or sitting down to savor an appetizer while Bubbles takes a nap.

Tai Pei Combination Fried Rice Meal #TaiPeiFood

I’ve tried a few different varieties and so far my favorites include the Combination Fried Rice, Sweet & Sour Chicken, and the Pork Potstickers.  Next I plan to try the Bourbon Chicken and General Tso’s Chicken.  Maybe with a side of the Battered Green Beans or a couple of the Vegetable Egg Rolls.

Recently Tai Pei debuted their Asian Garden line.  With around 300 calories per meal and 8 grams of fat or less per dish, they’re the only Asian brand of better-for-you single-serve frozen entrées.  The Spicy General Tso’s Chicken is my favorite of the 8 options they currently have. You can visit the Tai Pei website to find a complete listing of all the varieties Tai Pei offers.

Right now you can get a great Buy One, Get One Free coupon to try these for yourself!  Definitely be sure to print it before it’s gone so you can bring home some Good Fortune In Every Box.

Which variety of Tai Pei are you anxious to try first?

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About Liza

Liza is a mom (5-year-old daughter, 20-year-old stepson, and 24-year-old stepdaughter) and wife living in Louisville. She loves spending time with her family, visiting the local zoo and parks, as well as planning travel adventures. Cooking and baking, DIY projects and crafts, and coffee - lots and lots of coffee - round out some of her other hobbies.

  9 Responses to “Good Food and Good Fortune in Every Box of Tai Pei”

  1. YUM! I never tasted this food but now I want to! Thanks!

  2. LOVE Tai Pai. I could eat chinese every day lol.
    Kas

  3. I’ve never tried Tai food before–but this certainly looks good–have to get it on the shopping list and into the house–looks like a perfect Friday night meal!! thanks for sharing

  4. I love these. I keep them in my freezer all the time.

  5. Yes! I had a BOGO coupon and it was on sale at my mother-in-laws supermarket so I stocked up! What a great and quick meal!
    thanks,
    Mitch

  6. I have not tried this brand. Now that I have read your review I want to try the Sweet N Sour Chicken! Thanks!!!

  7. I love the pot stickers and the combination rice! I want to try them all!

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