Lettuce cups made easy with Tai Pei Teriyaki Chicken. No need to buy a ton of ingredients, just heat up the meal quickly and put in a lettuce cup.
This post is sponsored by Tai Pei. All opinions are my own.
Lettuce cups weren’t something I grew up eating with my family. I remember the first time I had them at a restaurant and I fell in love. They’re fun to server for an appetizer or paired with other delicious takeout favorites for a meal.
Sometimes, making your own takeout at home requires too many ingredients…ones you will rarely use again. By taking a little help from the store with Tai Pei frozen entrées, all you need is a head of iceburg lettuce and some garnishes like sriracha or green onions.
I always have frozen Tai Pei entrées in our freezer for busy nights, snacks and more. They’re also great if you have some company pop up unexpectedly–these cups take less than 10 minutes to make! Aside from entrées, they have great appetizers and snacks, too!
We love the Teriyaki Chicken for the lettuce cups, but the Orange Chicken, General Tso’s or any of the 10 entrée options are also delicious. Make a variety on a tray to experiment to see what everyone’s favorites are! The Tai Pei Asian cuisine entrées have bold, flavor infused rice and no extras–that means no preservatives, artificial colors or flavors and additives.
Tai Pei to the rescue for a quick and easy dinner--or a great appetizer! Using Teriyaki Chicken, just put in a lettuce cup and add a garnish!
- 1 container Tai Pei Teriyaki Chicken
- 1 head iceburg lettuce Bibb lettuce works too!
- Garnish: green onions, spicy mustard, crunchy chow mein noodles, sriracha all optional
Heat Teriyaki Chicken as directed on package.
Meanwhile, wash lettuce and tear into cups.
To serve: put heated teriyaki chicken into lettuce cups. Garnish with green onions, sriracha or whatever you like!
To make larger portions, make additional Tai Pei entrées. My rule of thumb is 2 containers per 2 people.
To find Tai Pei Entrées in your area, check here!