Get your game on with these incredibly easy General Tso’s Chicken Sandwiches that start with deli wings.
Can I just say that Fall is my FAVORITE season! Summer is great and all, but I love when the leaves start to change colors and the air gets crisp. I also love that it’s the start of football season!
I love high school and college football. There is nothing like a crisp Friday night, bundled up at the high school stadium watching our team take on one of their rivals. Then, on Saturday, watching my favorite college team on the big screen!
I love to have my family and friends over to watch the game, too. Football is so much better when you can cheer with your friends.
Whether you’re tailgating in the parking lot or your living room, you can’t have a football party without game day grub, right?!?
I found these incredible Tyson Deli Wings at my grocer’s deli. It was so convenient to grab these already cooked wings along with the other supplied I needed for the party.
I picked up some hot, bone-in wings and some boneless General Tso’s wings.
Both wings were a huge hit! They were big and meaty and the flavor was fantastic! I have to admit that the General Tso wings were my favorite! They were sweet and spicy and, oh-so-good!
We had some leftover General Tso boneless wings (how did that happen?!?!) so I made these General Tso’s Chicken Sandwiches.
I started by chopping up the leftover boneless wings. Then I topped it with diced celery and an Asian chili-garlic sauce.
The result was an easy sandwich that was packed with flavor and texture! My family gobbled them down in no time!
General Tso’s Chicken Sandwich
General Tso's Chicken Sandwiches
- 1/2 pound General Tso Chicken Wing Bites
- 6 tablespoons mayo
- 2 tablespoons Chili Garlic Sauce
- 2 stalks celery - diced
- 4 sandwich rolls
- Chop chicken wing bites into bite size pieces
- In a small bowl, whisk together the mayo and chili garlic sauce
- Place 1/4 of the chicken pieces on the bottom half of each roll
- Top each with 1/4 of the diced celery
- Spread Chili Garlic Mayo to top half of each roll
- Place top half of the roll on top of each sandwich
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