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General Tso’s Chicken Lettuce Wraps

We are big football fans in our  house.  Every Saturday and Sunday we are faithfully watching our favorite teams while enjoying some great food.  And now, with the big game right around the corner, we are prepping for having family and friends over to enjoy some food, fun, and football.   I’m the kind of hostess who has no shame in asking my guests to bring a dish or dessert to share.  By the same token, I also make sure there are several yummy dishes to choose from~like prepared wings from the deli at my local store.    Looking to try these yourself?  Join me, or go to your local Walmart for an in store demo. I’m going to mine on January 30th!

For this particular recipe, I went with the General Tso’s Chicken Wings from WalMart.  I found these little yummies right in the deli section, and knew they’d be perfect for this recipe.  I’m all about convenience, but flavor, when it comes to serving food at a party.



Plus, let’s not forget that we are all still striving to keep those resolutions to eat healthier. That’s where these General Tso’s Chicken Wings Lettuce Wraps come into play!




Tyson Boneless General Tso’s Chicken Wings {hot from the WalMart deli}

Butter lettuce, or any large leaf lettuce

Chopped red peppers, carrots, or other fresh vegetables

Extra Virgin Olive Oil

Slivered almonds


Chop the chicken wings into small pieces and place in a large bowl.

Finely chop the peppers, carrots, and any other vegetables {onions would be good, too}.  Cover the bottom of a small frying pan with olive oil and heat over medium high heat.  Add the finely chopped vegetables and saute until just tender.  Add the chopped chicken and allow to heat for a few minutes, stirring continuously.

Top a large piece of butter lettuce with the chicken mixture.


Don’t these look pretty on your game day table?  With easy prepared foods like the General Tso’s Chicken Wings by Tyson, you can make tasty dishes for your “home gating” party….we can’t all be tailgating at the big game!  Healthy, easy, and fun!  What are you serving for the big game?

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