This post was sponsored by Ling Ling, all opinions expressed in my post are 100% my own.
Do you ever have those days that are so busy that even a freezer meal doesn’t seem quite quick enough? Sport night dinners can get like that. That’s why I normally turn to my Instant Pot sports night menu.
But this season, between play off games, business travel, and school has been even more chaotic than usual. Luckily, I found a tasty little cheat meal to add to my tool bag. I don’t even think the kids noticed that supper only took five minutes to prepare! I don’t even think they realize that it wasn’t homemade or something I prepped and froze like I do with many of our fall meals.
Let me share my little secret with you. Most of it was frozen. I’m Filipino and so my kids are used to eating fried rice. I was worried that they would notice that this wasn’t my normal way of making it so I changed it up just a tiny bit. With eggs. I added eggs because my kids love fried rice with tons of egg. They never noticed that dinner wasn’t home made!
Super Quick Yakitori Chicken Fried Rice – Sports Night Dinner
Cook the Ling Ling Fried Rice according to the package instructions. My kids like fluffier fried rice and, well it was super late and they were hangry, so I microwaved the package.
During the four minutes it took to cook, I steamed some fresh broccoli.
In a small frying pan, I heated a small amount of butter and oil and lightly scrambled the eggs.
After the rice was cooked, I stirred the eggs into the fried rice.
Then I put the food on plates and served dinner in five minutes. Bam what?! Dinner was tasty and fast.
Don’t believe me? You can grab this coupon and bring it to one of these stores and try it for yourself. The coupon is for $2.00 off of a box of fried rice. There are five flavors for you to choose from. I started with the Japanese style because I knew my kids would be more likely to like it. But next time, I am going to go with something new. I’m going to try Yakiniku Beef, Thai Style Chicken, Chinese Style Vegetable, or Bibimbap Beef.
Do you wish you could have a tasty Asian meal without have to cook for thirty minutes or wait for delivery? Which one do you think you’ll try. Trust me, one night, practice will run late and you’ll be glad you have a box of Ling Ling in your freezer.