I love oriental foods, I love the variety and tastes you can get! Recently I was sent some really great wontons from Annie Chun’s to review for the upcoming Super Bowl this year. These wontons were amazing and would make for a perfect treat during the big game!! I love the flavors and how they combine just perfectly in your mouth. My favorite will have to be the Pork and Ginger Mini Wontons!!! I was shocked on how much flavor they have and how good they are for being something that I pulled out of my freezer! They are so easy and quick to prepare and taste so good!!!!!!!!
The countdown is on to one of the most anticipated events of the year – Super Bowl XLVI! February 5th may be cold in Indy, but you can stay comfy on your couch with bite-sized Super Bowl snacks that will warm you up from the inside out. While you make kick-off worth the wait, with delicious snacks check out some of the chilliest moments in Super Bowl history.
· 17 of 42 Super Bowls were played indoors due to the cold weather
· During the 2006 Super Bowl XL in Detroit, MI more than five inches of snow coated the field, setting the record for the most snowfall for any Super Bowl
· 1972’s Super Bowl VI at Tulane Stadium in New Orleans, LA was the coldest Super Bowl game ever played at 39 degrees
During this year’s Super Bowl, score a touchdown by blocking the same old boring chips & dip from hitting your snack table, and going global with Annie Chun’s Mini Wontons! These morsels of exotic flavor are folded in a delicate wrapper and filled with high-quality all-natural ingredients. The easy-to-make Mini Wontons can be prepared in just 7 minutes and are available in four delectable varieties including Chicken & Cilantro, Chicken & Garlic, Pork & Ginger and Spicy Vegetable.
This was not a paid post and honest/original opinions were used and they are my own. Thank you to the company and/or pr agency who supplied the product for review.