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When it's game day, fans are really good at eating, tailgating, cheering, and game watching to name a few. If you asked what my favorite part of the process was, I would probably say the food, but a game that leaves you on the edge of your seat until the last second on the clock is a close runner up. It's a tough choice, but with so many food options at tailgates down here in the south, it's hard to not give food the gold medal. Extra awards for being super easy, as in already cooked and ready to eat, like Tyson Deli Wings.
With the official return of the NFL this weekend, football parties were in full swing. I didn't want to spend much time in the kitchen, so I headed to the Deli section of Walmart to pick up some hot wings. They were fresh, already cooked and ready to go. That's what I call a #GameTimeHero!
I heated them up for a few minutes on the grill and they were just as fresh as they were when I bought them. I'm all about a quick fix and these hot wings were just what I needed to get the job done. No cooking or baking required. Perfect for at home or at a tailgate!
I paired the Tyson Hot Bone-in Wings with a homemade cajun chicken bacon ranch dipping sauce to give them an extra kick and needless to say, they didn't last very long! The recipe is super easy so it looks like this will be a norm around here for now on. Pssst, you should totally pin this for later, just sayinggg.
The Walmart deli also has Tyson Boneless General Tso's Wings
which are equally as yummy. You can purchase the wings in a Pick 3 Bucket, plated meal, or by the pound. If you want my advice, get a few pounds, because you won't want to stop eating them!
Happy Game Day!
What are your preferred game day eats?
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