Chicken Chow Mein

With traditional chow mein noodles, white meat chicken and crisp vegetables in a savory soy sauce, this chef-inspired, chow mein recipe is the perfect answer to boring meals at work or at home.

Chicken Chow Mein Lid
Chicken Chow Mein-Pail

No Preservatives

No Artificial Ingredients

15g Protein

300 Calories

Microwave Cooking Instructions

  1. Remove tamper band from package.
  2. Microwave on high, with lid on, for 4-1/2 minutes.*
  3. Let stand 2 minutes to complete cooking.
  4. Carefully remove lid.
CAUTION: Container will be extremely HOT.

Settling may occur
Stir well before eating. Enjoy!
Contents sold by weight not volume.

Reviews

  • Russ
    Nov 21, 2017
    You should be calling it chicken flavored chow mein - lots of veggies and noodles but I'm being generous if there were more than 5 little pieces of chicken in the container and what was there were totally dried out even following cooking instructions exactly! The noodles and veggies cooked perfectly, so I'm not sure what caused this.
  • Twanna
    Oct 5, 2017
    Awesome love it, the taste, the texture, and the time it take to be ready. Love it, I was afraid that the taste was going to be horrible because its in a box and sometime when food is in a box it give you that box kind of stale like taste. But Tai Pei Chicken Chow Mein not it's really good. I will be eating this again.
  • Auntie Em
    Aug 31, 2017
    I miss the snow peas in the Chicken Chow Mein. Please put them back.
  • Jake
    Jun 12, 2017
    I enjoyed this. My favorites are this and chicken chow mein.
  • Libby
    Jun 4, 2017
    I think out of all the Taipei entrees, this one's gotta be my top pick! (along with the Sweet & Sour Chicken). I love chow mein and lo mein noodles, and this entree does not disappoint my noodle cravings! Nice rich flavor, plenty of veggies and chicken pieces. Also love the take-out style container it comes in; throw in a pair of chopsticks and it's like you've ordered Chinese to go!
  • Seulgi
    May 9, 2017
    Love the new design. Food is still great!
  • Trisha
    May 6, 2017
    What is happening to Tai Pei. Theres nothing but rice in the containers. It used to be enjoyable, now nothing but rice and no flavor
  • Grobzugig
    May 5, 2017
    Why did you change the containers? The Chinese take out carton was a great way to enjoy it. Now it's in a boring Ben&Jerrys looking container.

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