Stir Fry with Tyson Any’tizer Wyngz! Doesn’t this dish just look delicious? Well with Tyson Any’tizer Wyngz, it’s the perfect ingredient for this Mango Chicken Stir fry dish or really any simple chicken meals you may want to make. These are great to have on hand and will work out perfectly when you have those… I don’t want to cook days.
We all have them. You know, those I don’t want to cook days. Those are the days we end up breaking our budget. But this can all be prevented by just adding some simplicity to our life. I recently had the opportunity to try some new flavors of Tyson’s Any’tizer Wyngz: Sweet Garlic Glazed and Mango Habanero Flavored. Note: You’ll be able to find these flavors in Walmart stores starting April 16th. Make sure to check out my Google Plus Album on my shopping trip. This was perfect because these Tyson Wyngz were simple to make and I knew that with these chicken chunks I could enhance any recipe. So be sure to grab a few of these and keep them hand for the next time you don’t want to cook. You can have dinner ready in less time than it would take you to have a pizza delivered.
Easy Meal #1 – Mango Chicken Stir fry using Tyson Any’tizer Wyngz Mango Habanero
This was a really quick and easy dinner, that I served to a few friends. It had a sweet and spicy flavor and the fresh mango just made the dish pop. In this recipe I just used Tyson Any’tizer Mango Habanero Wyngz, a frozen stir fry mix and a fresh mango. My friends loved the dish. They can’t wait to come over for dinner again.
- Tyson Any'tizer Wyngz Mango Habanero
- Frozen stir fry mix (optional with glaze)
- 1 mango
- Prepare Tyson Any'tizer Wyngz Mango Habanero Chicken per directions on the back of package.
- Heat about 2 Tbls of Olive Oil in a medium fry pan over medium heat.
- Add frozen Stir Fry mix and cook for about 8-10 minutes until veggies are tender.
- Add glaze or make your own (see below)
- Then add Cooked Wyngz (I chopped my Wyngz in half to stretch the recipe even further)
- Add Fresh Mango cubed
Optional Homemade Glaze Ingredients: 1 cup pineapple or orange juice 1/8 cup corn starch 1/8 cup of soy sauce
Instructions: Over med heat add 3/4 cup of pineapple or orange juice in sauce pan. Add remaining 1/4 cup and 1/8 cup of corn starch together and stir. Add 1/8 cup of soy sauce to pan, stir occasionally until reaches a boil. Red heat to low, then add corn starch mix until sauce thickens about 1-2 minutes.
Easy Meal #2 – Tyson Any’tizer Sweet Garlic Glazed Wyngz with veggies and dip.
My kids loved this dish. I think they love anything they can dip, especially boneless wings! I severed this with a side salad, some carrots sticks and their favorite dressing. I know for the future this will be the perfect after school snacks.
All of these dishes took me less than 20 minutes to make and that was baking my Tyson Any’tizer wyngz in the oven. You can make them quicker if you use microwave, it just really comes down to your preference.
Do you have a dish in mind that you can make with Tyson Any’tizer Wyngz? Comment below and share your recipe!
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Debbie Horne says
Sounds really good – it would be a great supper on those days we need to be at church by 6. Can’t wait to try these new recipes!
Brandie (@ Home Cooking Memories) says
What a great idea! I like to buy those bags of frozen stir-fry mix to keep on hand for quick dinners, but never thought to combine it with something like the Tyson anytizers! And love the addition of the fresh mango!
Tiffany @ The Bizy Mommy says
This is definitely my kind of dinner! As a super busy mom, I love meals that don’t have any prep work involved! Love the addition of the mango, I’m sure it really jazzes up the meal!
Looks yummy! I love easy stir fry!