Monday, January 26, 2015

#AD General Tso Boneless Wing "Nachos" {Deli Wings}

These General Tso Boneless Wing "Nachos", which are perfect for game day, have been compensated by Collective Bias, Inc. and its advertiser. All opinions are mine alone. #GameTimeHero #CollectiveBias

If you have plans to attend a party next weekend for the big game but don't know what appetizer to bring along - I've got you covered! These General Tso Boneless Wing "Nachos" are General Tso Boneless Deli Wings smothered with melted Monterey Jack cheese, avocados, green onions, crushed pineapple, sesame oil and sesame seeds. The "nachos" are perfect for hungry appetites on game day, especially those that like an extra kick of spice in their food. This recipe is oh-so good on the taste-buds and an absolute cinch to make. My secret? Tyson General Tso Boneless Wings. But not the frozen ones you can find in the freezer section - I'm talking hot & ready, prepared Tyson Deli Wings from the Walmart Deli.

The wings don't need to be smothered with anything {besides that delicious General Tso sauce!} to be delicious - just give me a fork and I'll devour a small container of the General Tso Boneless Wings. {pair with an apple from produce plus a yogurt from dairy for the perfect lunch!} They make a great bite for game day, team them up with a favorite sauce or two and your all set. Tailgating? You can just pick these bad boys up from Walmart, on the way to the game, for a perfect appetizer that involves no prep and is ready to eat.

We gave these General Tso Boneless Wing "Nachos" a test run before the championship game next weekend and they were devoured in no time. {Even our 2 year olds were digging in!!} Check out how easy these are!

Pick up some General Tso Boneless Wings from Walmart Deli - and also whatever ingredients you don't already have on hand. I topped our "nachos" with Monterey Jack cheese, avocados, green onions, crushed pineapple, sesame oil and sesame seeds.

Heat oven to 400 and place boneless wings on baking tray. I used no-wax parchment paper to make the transfer to a plate easier.

Then top the boneless wings with the delicious toppings...

and bake until the cheese is melted.

Serving with chopsticks is optional - but it does add some novelty to the dish, and it's fun to see everyone's chopstick skills! I didn't make a sauce to serve with the General Tso Boneless Wing "Nachos" since I thought they would be flavorful enough and didn't want to overpower them - however, I think they would be fabulous served with spicy mustard. {Not that these need more flavor, the spicy mustard would just be the perfect accompaniment!}

General Tso Boneless Wing "Nachos" {Deli Wings}
2lbs. Tyson General Tso Boneless Chicken Wings {from Walmart Deli}
½ cup monterey jack cheese
1 avocado, cubed
8oz crushed pineapple, drained
3 green onions, chopped
2 tablespoons sesame oil
½ tablespoon sesame seeds
1.Heat oven to 400. Place chicken on baking pan. {I used no-wax parchment paper to make transferring “nachos” to a plate easier.}
2.Top chicken with remaining ingredients. Bake for 5-7 minutes or until cheese has melted.
3.Serve immediately so cheese is still gooey and delicious!

At my local store, the Walmart Deli is located right next to the product department.There is a nice selection of ready-to-eat food; from boneless wings, jalapeƱo poppers, fries, rotisserie chickens and more! If you'd like to try out the delicious Tyson Deli Wings at Walmart, they will be having a demo this weekend {1/29 - 2/1} between 12pm-3pm - for participating stores please check this list


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