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Monday, January 19, 2015

#AD Easy Sweet and Spicy General Tso's Wings Sliders

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Easy Sweet and Spicy General Tso's Wings Sliders are the easiest game time nosh you will ever make!  Seriously folks...no cooking involved with these tasty bites!  Anyone can put these together and score points with friends and family when you serve them at the Big Game! 

Easy Sweet and Spicy General Tso's Wings Sliders | Renee's Kitchen Adventures Game day grub doesn't get any easier!



This recipe is made incredibly easy with the help of hot and ready Tyson Deli wings available at Walmart.  The mildly spiced boneless General Tso's wings are the perfect start to these little sliders. Top the wings with a delicious Asian chopped salad mix, also available at Walmart, and slap them between some purchased dinner rolls for a game time snack that comes together in minutes!

If you remember from my post yesterday, I told you how this town lives for it's sports teams!  Cleveland is, and probably always will be, all about that "big game."  There is ALWAYS a big game to attend around here, whether it be a high school game, college game or professional game of some sort and with all those games, there WILL be a home gating or tailgating party to attend. Homegaiting and tailgating parties mean LOTS and LOTS of yummy game time grub!  Chicken wings are a natural choice for game time, so why not kick them up a notch and turn them into these fun sliders?

Easy Sweet and Spicy General Tso's Wings Sliders | Renee's Kitchen Adventures

Here's how I did it:
First, I headed to Walmart.  I was able to find everything I needed there. Don't worry if you aren't going to make the sliders right away.  I found the wings re-heat perfectly in the microwave if you need to purchase them ahead of time, but they are also ready-to-eat when you pick them up at the deli, so you can assemble them when you get home too!



Once I got home, I followed  these super easy steps to assemble the sliders!



Easy Sweet and Spicy General Tso's Wings Sliders | Renee's Kitchen Adventures


And ta da!  The finished product!

Easy Sweet and Spicy General Tso's Wings Sliders | Renee's Kitchen Adventures

Everyone agreed that these sliders were a nice bite for game day.  If you like your wings a little more spicy, feel free to add a bit of sriracha to the slider too!

What will you be making for the BIG GAME?  



Easy Sweet and Spicy General Tso's Wings Sliders

Renee's Kitchen Adventures
Easy Sweet and Spicy General Tso's Wings Sliders
Spicy hot and ready Tyson Deli wings sandwiched with an Asian salad and dinner rolls for the fastest and easiest game day nosh you will ever make!

Ingredients

  • 1 medium container of Tyson General Tso's Boneless wings found at Walmart Deli
  • 1 pkg Marketside® (or similar brand) Asian Chopped Salad mix (dressing included)
  • 1 pkg of your favorite dinner rolls
  • picks to hold the slider together, optional

Instructions

  1. Combine the salad mix and the dressing packet from the Asian chopped salad mix in a large bowl and set aside.
  2. Cut as many dinner rolls in half as you like for as many sliders as you are planning on making.
  3. Start with the bottom half of the roll, add a Tyson General Tso's Boneless wing to it then top with about 1-2 TBS of the prepared Asian Chopped Salad and top with the top of the roll. Secure with a pick, if desired. Repeat to make as many sliders as you like.
Yield: approx. 10 sliders
Prep Time: 00 hrs. 10 mins.
Cook time: 00 hrs. 00 mins.
Total time: 10 mins.
Tags: boneless wings, salad, slider, fun food, finger food, chicken, appetizer


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15 comments:

  1. these look and sound so good! I love that you made sliders, General Tso is one of my favs!

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  2. I'm amazed at the change in your blog since I first started following you, Renee! It's so beautiful and professional now. Your camera must really rock, plus you've put a lot of work into making the whole blog beautiful. Well done. :) And these sliders, OH BOY. How I wish I had them now.

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    1. Awe...V...thanks so much!!! <3 I still have a TON to learn with the camera as well as with blogging in general, but I've been working on improving things so thanks for that sweeeeet comment!! xxoo

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  3. I happen to love all three of these ingredients! I have to make myself avoid the deli so I won't buy the barbecue or the GT chicken chunks...but I might have to splurge on these babies :-)

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    1. I've never tried the bbq. Now I think I need to! lol

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  4. I totally LOVE this idea, Renee! So quick and easy and I bet that slaw is delicious with the wings!

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  5. I've actually never ventured over to the prepared food/deli at Walmart - guess I need to take a look - these look delish!

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  6. These look perfect and easy for the big game! Love that you added the asian flavored slaw with them too.

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  7. What awesome no-cook sliders This would definitely be a hit at any gathering. I think I would make a whole meal out of these!

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  8. This is such a genius recipe! I love how easy it is, and I really need to try these wings from Walmart!!

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  9. I love how easy these are! I have no doubt these would be a big hit at any party!

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  10. How easy are these?! WOW!!! Look so simple & delicious!

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  11. Oh my goodness! I want these right now! They look so good! And so quick and easy to make, especially with the Tyson wings from Walmart! #client

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