I love Chinese food, and I am not always able to head out to a Chinese Restaurant. Either the cost is a little high for our families appetite, or we just don't feel like taking all the kids with us. I was happy to review some food from Wanchai Ferry, because they have such a great selection of food options, they are affordable, and I can enjoy these in the comfort of my own home. Each package serves two, so our family needs about 3-4 bags, but it is such an easy preparation for our family to enjoy great tasting, restaurant quality, Chinese food.
We were sent the newest Wanchai Ferry flavor Beef & Broccoli package to review. I was amazed that everything for the meal was included in the packaging. There were an assortment of Asian-style vegetables, including broccoli florets, red peppers and water chestnuts. It even includes rice and a rich brown sauce accented with soy and garlic for an authentic flavor experience.
The beef and vegetables I sauteed in the pan, and while I was doing that, I steamed my rice in the microwave (in the included packaging). I was pleasantly surprised at how the rice was fluffy, great tasting, and was moist. The vegetables tasted really good, and they were perfect cuts. The beef pieces were great tasting, as well. The meal was a little spicy, and very filling, and I was eating my meal that was ready to serve in only 14 minutes. I recommend the Beef & Broccoli selection! I am excited to try the Shrimp Lo Mein and the Sweet & Sour Chicken. The other selections are: Orange Chicken, Spicy Garlic Chicken, Sweet & Spicy Shrimp, Kung Pao Chicken and Scechuan Style Chicken.
Additionally, all of the entrées have no added MSG!
About Wanchai Ferry
Madame Chong, from China, left her home to make dumplings in Hong Kong. The Wanchai district is one of the busiest commercial areas in Hong Kong, and so Madame Chong went there to start a new life, and to support her two daughters. In Wachai, people/shoppers/commuters would try to get to the pier, so they would take the Wanchai Ferry across.
Madame Chong started making her family recipe dumplings and sold them in a cart in Wanchai. With the attraction from many fans, and the word spreading about her great dumplings, she established the Wanchai Ferry Peking Dumpling Company in 1985. Since then, Wanchai Ferry as become the leading brand in Hong Kong and world wide.
On the Wanchai website, you can download a coupon for $1.50 off your next purchase. The website also offers meal tips, which you can see other menu items that would pair well with your selection of Wanchai meal. I think they have great ideas!
You can also get a $1.60 off coupon available HERE.
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I was sent a Wanchai Ferry prize pack and information in the mail from participating in a review campaign with Wanchai Ferry & MyBlogSpark. I am also sponsored to to host a giveaway prize pack for my readers to enter to win, provided from MyBlogSpark and Wanchai Ferry. I was sent this meal in exchange for an honest review. I am not compensated for my time or written review. The opinions in this post are of my own and do not reflect on the company.