P.F. Chang’s at Home

November 20, 2015Allison Murray
Bring P.F. Chang's home with convenient freezer to skillet meals!

This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of P.F. Chang’s Home Menu for IZEA. All opinions are 100% mine.

Bring P.F. Chang's home with convenient freezer to skillet meals!

It’s kind of amazing how busy I am these days. I mean, being self employed I’ve always been busy but here lately… it’s crazy. I’ve got a permanent knot in my right shoulder from hefting my arm up on my computer desk for most of the day and I’ve realized the neighbors probably know a lot about me since I’ll work with my lights blaring during night to work on tutorial pics. I, of course, tend to forget to draw the blinds down so they can see every little thing I do.

Bring P.F. Chang's home with convenient freezer to skillet meals!


I’m sure they wonder what this crazy new chick across the street is up to. I lay on my belly in the yard and take pictures of the house… I bring all sorts of crazy things in through the front door of the house… We were definitely the first people in the whole neighborhood to have our Christmas tree blaring at night, which you can see through the windows… I chase down dogs that have run away at 2:00 p.m. still in my pajamas and not wearing a bra, let alone having hair that has been brushed in any way, shape or form…

I love to cook. Love it, love it, love it. But here lately I don’t have the time it takes to cook a meal from scratch. We’ve been wanting pork chops for WEEKS and I just haven’t gotten around to make them, yet. They’re waiting patiently in the freezer for now. But just because we don’t have the time to spend in the kitchen cooking up big dinners doesn’t mean we don’t want to eat cereal every night.

Bring P.F. Chang's home with convenient freezer to skillet meals!

In this super busy time we’ve turned to convenience meals. They’re just so, well, convenient! But not all frozen dinners are made the same, as we’re learning. P.F. Chang’s Home Menu is designed by the founder himself, Philip Chiang and uses authentic Asian ingredients and cooking techniques that you can finish up at home. With quality meat and full-flavored sauces you’re going to love the taste of a vast variety of P.F. Chang’s home meals as well as the convenience. And I’ve got a lovely little recipe for you today to accompany your quick meals. This tasty Asian inspired sesame dressing can be thrown together in a mason jar and given a quick shake. Make ahead in just a few minutes and you can add a salad to your meal without adding hardly any time to  your supper prep time!

Bring P.F. Chang's home with convenient freezer to skillet meals!

Asian Inspired Sesame Salad Dressing

The flavor gets better as the dressing sits in the fridge and can be kept for up to 2 weeks. Taking only a few minutes to prepare, make in advance and store in the fridge for a lovely accompanying salad to your quick P.F. Chang’s home meals.

  • 1/4 c. vegetable oil
  • 3 T. rice vinegar
  • 2. T. soy sauce
  • 1 T. sesame oil
  • 2 T. sugar
  • 1 clove garlic, minced
  • 1/2 t. fresh ginger
  • chopped green onions to garnish (optional)


  1. Place all items except for green onions in a mason jar. Screw lid on tightly and shake. Store in fridge until ready to serve.
  2. If in a hurry, look for garlic and ginger already minced in jars. It makes Asian cooking at home so convenient and you don’t have to worry about produce going bad!

Bring P.F. Chang's home with convenient freezer to skillet meals!

And if you’re looking for a quick but easy way to top supper off with dessert, chopped mango is fresh and sweet and perfectly complements the Asian flavors in your home P.F. Chang’s meal!

Bring P.F. Chang's home with convenient freezer to skillet meals! If you’re looking for a super supper that’s quick, easy and tasty P.F. Chang’s Home Menu is definitely something to stock in your freezer and you can conveniently buy them in your grocer’s freezer all over the U.S.

Enter to win!

Want to try for yourself? One lucky winner will receive a Wok Wednesday kit to bring a little zing to your Wednesday night supper with ease! To break the monotony of boring week day dinners P.F. Chang’s Home Menu has a lovely little gift package up for grabs. Simply comment below your #WokWednesday ideas (like bringing in a super quick fresh salad or giving the kids a new way to eat by trying chopsticks for the first time :) and you’ll be entered to win a wok, chopsticks, tableware and more!

Bring P.F. Chang's home with convenient freezer to skillet meals!

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Comments (4)

  • David

    November 20, 2015 at 6:02 PM

    We have a Mexican night and a pizza night, but we have never done a night centered around Asian food. Wok Wednesday would be a great addition to our routine. There are so many ways to eat Asian food that you could literally eat it in some form or another every night and not tire of it. Maybe we could buy the girls a Kimono to make it more festive.

  • Carol Carman

    November 21, 2015 at 3:16 AM

    So glad to see this post because I was wondering if these were delicious! Now I will try them. My tip is to tear up (or cut) your salad greens all at once for a couple of days in advance, then loosely wrap them in a damp paper towel and plastic bag to store. The damp paper towel will keep them crisp and delicious!

    1. Allison Murray

      November 21, 2015 at 10:12 AM

      That’s an awesome tip! I used to cut up my stir fry veggies all at once and put a dry paper towel in with them and they seemed to last a good while that way, too. We could have stir fry twice in a week with only one time to prep all those veggies. :)

  • Tina W

    November 25, 2015 at 3:01 AM

    We love using the steam-in-bag mixed veggies as a side dish along with PF Changs for a quick dinner at home.

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