My family is sometimes difficult feed. Often wanting different dishes made for lunch or dinner, when we all eat together we have to agree on something. Tyson’s new Crispier Breaded Chicken Filet allows me to solve that problem without much fuss.
I was chosen to go out and shop for a bag of Tyson Crispier Breaded Chicken Filet as well as attend a demo at my local Walmart. One thing I can tell you about shopping at Walmart is I love the demos they have available. A perfect way to sample new products without having to spend your money on something you may not like. Our demo woman was really nice! She cooked the Tyson Chicken Filet in a toaster oven and made macaroni and cheese on the side to go with it. We talked about how we really enjoyed the crisper breading to it and the different ways that you could use the chicken filets.
One way to describe Tyson Crispier Breaded Chicken Filets is definitely versatile. With 6 huge filets in each bag you can choose to make it a main course or add it to a dish. While thinking about what we could do with our filets we mentioned making a baked macaroni and cheese and adding the chicken on top. I thought a delicious crunchy chicken salad with caesar dressing would be delicious.
And this is where we ran into the problem, how do we satisfy each others different tastes? Having a toddler I can’t take too much chance of him not liking something new, or he will just reject it and not eat at all. Then it hit me! Make our own Tyson chicken filet sandwiches. We had plenty of condiments and toppings that we like and I knew I my son wouldn’t deny a yummy chicken sandwich.
Tyson Chicken Filet DIY
I set up our little “station” to make our own sandwiches with everything we wanted on our own. It is important to me to have #Mealstogether with my family. Often we are feeding our toddler first and worrying about ourselves last, but with the chicken filets I was less worried about everyone eating and more looking forward to a delicious meal together.
Korey likes bold tastes and has always gobbled up anything BBQ. For his sandwich I added BBQ sauce, lettuce and cheese. While these are really big filets I cut his sandwich and half and saved it for another day. Taking pieces of the sandwich and handing them to him he ate the chicken so fast I was barely able to take a picture!
I went for a hot buffalo chicken sandwich. Which would have been made better by topping it with blue cheese but I wasn’t thinking at the time! The filets would make a great flatbread or sub sandwich meat as well, there are so many possibilities.
We chose to deep fry our filets as well which really brought out the crunchiness to them. One thing I am usually worried about with chicken filets would be the amount of meat and fat in them, most are really to chewy. Tyson Chicken Filets are delicious! An amazing amount of meat with almost no fat on them at all. No worrying about left overs for us adults.
Keith made a Country Sweet Tyson Chicken Filet sandwich. He liked that the filets were big and knowing that he didn’t have to worry about being full. He is really big on crunchy texture and likes his chicken really crunchy, needless to stay the crispier breading pass his taste test. In the past we have picked up Tyson Chicken Filets and we couldn’t get them to the right crispy texture without burning them this new breading was perfect for everyone!
Tyson Crispier Breaded Chicken Filets Made Our Meal Fantastic
After trying the new crispier breading to the Tyson Chicken Filets I am very pleased. Every single one of us liked them and were able to enjoy them in our own style. Now I am looking forward to making more meals with Tyson Chicken. We would love to tastes these in Chicken Parmesan, Chicken Alfredo and on top of a sweet sauce pizza!
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How would you use Tyson Chicken Filets to bring your family meals together?
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