When it comes to dinner during the week, we are a quick and easy family! Even though I stay at home I am BUSY(it is not bon bons and soap operas)!! I wanted to be the "June Cleaver" kind of mom but in all honesty that just doesn't happen in this house!! Some days I don't even think about dinner till it is too late!! Luckily one of our go to meals is quick and easy chicken salad! So when I was asked to try the new flavors for Tyson's Any'tizers Boneless Chicken Wyngz - Sweet Garlic Glazed and Habanero Mango... I immediately thought of our Chicken Salads!
The Tyson Any'tizers Wyngz come in a resealable bag so it is easy to use just the amount you need. It only takes 15- 18 minutes to heat them up in the oven or 3 minutes in the microwave (Personally I prefer the oven). After heating up in the oven I noticed the glaze was thick and looked so good!! I had our bowls ready with the lettuce and other salad ingredients ready and waiting for the boneless wyngz!
I chopped the wyngz into quarters and added them to our bowls. I added a little balsamic vinegrette to mine while the hubby did not add any dressing stating that the sweet garlic glaze was a great dressing all by itself! The Tyson Any'tizer Boneless Chicken Wyngz were SOOOO GOOD!! I was really impressed with the flavor and the wyngz were moist and juicy. For the salad you could use any flavor of the Tyson Any'tizer Boneless Chicken Wyngz. I know that we will be using the Tyson Any'tizer Boneless Chicken Wyngz for other recipes in the future!
Sweet Garlic Glazed Chicken Salad with Tyson Any'tizers #GiveMeWyngz
Author: Melissa Rheinlander
Recipe type: Quick & Easy
1 pkg. of Tyson’s Any’tizers Boneless Chicken Wyngz – Sweet Garlic Glazed – cooked and quartered
Lettuce – I used an Organic Sweet Leaf Spring Mix – chopped to preferred bite size
Fresh Tomatoes – sliced or diced to preferred bite
Carrots – sliced or diced to preferred bite
Avocado – sliced or diced to preferred bite
Red Onion – small slivers
Sunflower seeds – to taste
Blue Cheese – to taste
Cook the wyngz according to the package and your preference. I make the salads in their individual bowls so that I can individualize my family’s taste! I add the lettuce and cut the lettuce up so that it is easier to take bites. Then in no particular order I add the tomatoes, carrots, onions, and avocado. Then I add the chicken, sunflower seeds, and blue cheese last. You can add dressing or use the glaze as one!
** As far as measurements: I am the type to “mix” everything without measuring exactly and see how things turn out.
Do you have a go to quick and easy meal for dinner?
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