Life Hacks with Tai Pei Chinese Food

This post was sponsored by Tai Pei and all opinions expressed in my post are my own.

Happy Thursday! Last week I attended an event hosted by the Tai Pei, a frozen Chinese food company, with special guest Danielle Moss from the EveryGirl. Before attending the event, I had never heard nor had Tai Pei before, so I was excited to try it out! I will admit, I was a bit hesitant before trying it- I LOVE Chinese food, but typically go for the classic take-out over microwaveable food, but I was pleasantly surprised how fresh and good it tasted as the quality is definitely there!  I tried 3 different kinds of classic Chinese dishes, Beef & Broccoli, Chicken Chow Mein and General Tso’s Spicy Chicken as well as Chicken Egg rolls that are also microwaveable.  My favorite Chinese dish is Tso’s Chicken, so this flavor was definitely my favorite of the night, however, I can’t wait to try the Chicken Fried Rice. The packaging is also super convenient as it’s made for an individual dish- all you have to do is pop it in the microwave for a few minutes and enjoy a fresh take-out like meal right out of the container… it’s even fiance approved!

What I really enjoy most about Tai Pei is how easily it fits into my busy lifestyle.  With an 9-5 job outside of blogging, I feel like I never have enough time in my day, so anything that can save me time is amazing in my book.  By eating these meals, it honestly saves me so much time because they are ready in minutes and fill me up.  I recently starting heating up some instant brown rice in the microwave to make it a full meal for dinner and to spruce it up a little.  There are 10 different microwaveable entrees to choose from as well as potstickers, egg rolls and spring rolls, so I never get sick of eating the same thing over and over.  To try Tai Pei for yourself, click HERE for a coupon!

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