Last night I made a tasty, tasty dinner. It was from a box. GASP! Crazy, I know! Anyway, while going through the grocery store I noticed these Asian boxed dinners called Wanchai Ferry. It was in a cool shaped box and said "just add chicken." The picture on the box looked yummy and I figured, for $4, if it was horrible, so be it. I picked the Spicy Garlic Chicken.
Inside the box was a can of water chestnuts and bamboo shoots, a packet of seasoned cornstarch, a packet of jasmine rice and a baggie of sauce.
I put the rice in a pot with water. I cut up chicken tenderloins into 1" cubes and shook them up with the cornstarch. Then the chicken was sauteed in a little olive oil. When it was cooked through, the canned veggies and sauce were added.
And, oh my gosh, WOW, it actually looked and tasted great! I was shocked. I checked the nutritional information and it's not even horrible for you. It wasn't nearly as high in sodium as other prepackaged foods.
I gotta get some more. We don't have chinese delivery out in the farmlands.