Reader's Favorite Items To Buy At Sam's Club
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Treasures From The Sea - Parmesan Encrusted Tilapia (frozen)
I always try to keep a bag of this in my freezer. It's great when you are in a hurry and don't have time to prepare anything. It's also a great-tasting frozen fish and is relatively low in fat. I think the price is reasonable for the amount you get. It bakes in about 25 minutes.
I like to eat this with a tossed salad and a packet of Knorr side rice or mashed potatoes.
Someone whom I recommended this fish to makes fish sandwiches with this fish.
Sams Club Roasted Chickens Ready To Go!
The roasted chickens make a fine hurry up dinner! I always pick one up whether I use it that night, or pick off all the chicken to use in another recipe. Zip lock the meat, and its ready to go right in the freezer for another meal; at $5 a chicken, who could beat it?
Frozen Chicken Breasts and/or Tenderloins
We eat a lot of chicken. They are super easy to defrost (or cook frozen!) I think the breasts and tenderloins are the cheapest at Sam's Club. I usually keep a bag of each in my freezer and am considering trying the frozen chicken thighs too.
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