Sesame Chicken with McCormick Skillet Sauce

photo of a plate with Sesame Chicken with McCormick Skillet Sauce
If you follow me on Instagram, you know that I’ve had an obsession lately with skillet sauces. I love how easy they are and how much they cut down on the prep work for a meal.

Yesterday, I told you how excited I was to get so many things accomplished on a Monday. I attempted to carry that energy over into Tuesday, but no such luck. I don’t even know where the time went. One of the few things I accomplished was getting this meal cooked.

During the week, I don’t have much energy for cooking, but I also don’t want us constantly eating out. I’ve been able to easily churn out meals with the help of various skillet sauces that are ready in about 15 minutes.

close-up photo of Sesame Chicken with McCormick Skillet Sauce

Recently, I was given an opportunity to review and try McCormick® Skillet Sauces which are currently available at Walmart, near the other McCormick spice and seasoning products. There are currently seven varieties available: Fajita with Roasted Chili; Fire Roasted Garlic Chili, Sesame Chicken Stir fry, Sicilian Chicken with Tomato, Smoky Applewood BBQ chicken, Sweet and Smoky Sloppy Joes, and Taco with Chipotle & Garlic. You can read more about the sauces here. After browsing through the selections, I purchased these three.
overhead photo of 3 packages of sauces

I started with the chicken sesame because I always have chicken and vegetables in my fridge.

The cooking part was easy. I browned the chicken in my pan, added in some broccoli and then added in the sauce. And in minutes, it was ready to eat!
photo collage showing how the dish is made
Since I had some sesame on hand, I also sprinkled some on the plate.
photo of sesame seeds being sprinkled on the sesame chicken dish
I loved the aroma of the sauce. I could smell the soy, ginger and sesame. It reminded me of take-out stir fry which can be good or bad, depending on your personal preference. Since I grew up eating stir fry, my homemade versions tend to be a little lighter. But Mr. K, on the other hand, loved that it tasted more like a restaurant version and had no problem polishing off most of the plate. I am eager to try the other sauces though, especially the chili because I’ve been far too lazy to  make chili from scratch.
Sesame Chicken with McCormick Skillet Sauce
Please note, I’m participating in the McCormick’s Skillet Sauce® blogger campaign and was compensated for my time. My opinions, as always, are my own.

2 comments on “Sesame Chicken with McCormick Skillet Sauce”

  1. Don’t you just love that sauce? This looks incredible!

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