Girls Night Out with Chef Katie Chin and Ling Ling Fried Rice

By Shannon Gurnee
In Blogging Events
July 26, 2017
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This post was sponsored by Ling Ling and all opinions expressed in my post are my own.

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Do you ever feel like you’re making the same meals over and over again and want to try something new? Or perhaps you have a favorite food and would love to try more products from the brand? In our home, we always have Ling Ling Potstickers on hand. In fact, with a family of 8, we buy them two or three bags at a time since it takes one Costco sized bag to feed our family! So when it came along, I jumped on the opportunity to attend a Night Out with Ling Ling Fried Rice in Sherman Oaks, California. Not only did I enjoy good food, but I got to make new friends and hang out with friends I hadn’t seen in quite some time. It was overall a great evening!

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The Ling Ling Fried Rice Event was held at BLVD Kitchen in Sherman Oaks, California. It’s a cute kitchen and made a comfortable and food-filled Girl’s Night Out. The evening was full of cooking, eating and laughing with old and new friends. Chef Katie Chin led us in the preparation and cooking of the evening’s recipes. She was so sweet and super fun to hang out with!

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The evening started with drinks and mingling among the bloggers. Then we gathered together in the kitchen and learned more about the Ling Ling brand, as well as Chef Katie Chin. We’ve known about the Ling Ling brand with their potstickers, but now they’ve added Fried Rice to their line of foods. 

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The new Ling Ling Fried Rice line has five unique dishes that are based on pure and authentic Asian inspired recipes. These recipes come from Japan, China, Korea and Thailand. The new flavors include:

  • Yakitori Chicken
  • Yakinuku Beef
  • Thai-Style Chicken
  • Chinese-Style Vegetable
  • Bibimbap Beef

 

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Ling Ling is different from other brands in that it delivers superior flavor and exceptional taste because of the way they cook. They use the Infusion Cooking Method, which is where each grain of rice is infused with Ling Ling signature sauces for incredible flavor in every bite. With Ling Ling Fried Rice, staying in tastes like going out and you may not even be able to taste the different between Ling Ling Fried Rice and your restaurant favorites.

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At the event, we not only prepared Ling Ling Fried Rice, but we also prepared some yummy sides to go with it. The side dishes included Japanese Cucumber Salad, Marinated Soy Bean Sprouts (Kongnamool) and Miso Butter Portabello Mushrooms. I loved all the side dishes, but I my favorites were the Miso Butter Portabello Mushrooms and the Japanese Cucumber Salad!

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We were divided up into 3 different groups for the food preparation. In my group, I was paired with February Fox, EV’s Eats and Momma Told Me. They were super fun to work with and I think we laughed a lot while cooking that night. It was great! While preparing the dishes, I also had the chance to hang out and visit with The Funny Mom Blog and Rockin’ Mama. It was a great night and one I won’t forget!

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Picture courtesy of Desiree Eaglin

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Picture courtesy of Caryn Bailey

After the Ling Ling Fried Rice and side dishes were prepared, it was time to eat. I think we were all pretty hungry, but we still did what bloggers must do – take pictures before eating…of course! Once we had all our pictures taken, it was time to dig in…and man, was it some good food! I’m looking forward to making some of the dishes for my family, alongside of Ling Ling Fried Rice and Ling Ling Potstickers.

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At the end of the night, we had a chance to say personal goodbyes to Chef Katie Chin. We were given swag bags, as well as a signed copy of Chef Katie Chin’s Cookbook. I’m excited to try out some more of her recipes! Plus, I’ll be sharing the recipes we prepared that night with you in future blog posts on Redhead Mom.

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I highly recommend the Ling Ling Fried Rice and look forward to sharing it with my family! My favorite flavor was the Yakitori Chicken. You can save $2 off a box of Ling Ling Fried Rice at any retailer with this coupon.

Be sure to follow Ling Ling on Facebook, as well as Chef Katie Chin on Facebook, Twitter and Pinterest for more food and recipe ideas. A big thank you to Influence Central, Ling Ling and Chef Katie Chin for a fun night with food, friends and laughs!

Have you tried the new Ling Ling Fried Rice flavors?
Which is your favorite?

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Shannon Gurnee is the author of Redhead Mom formerly "The Mommy-Files", a national blog with a loyal following. She has a Bachelor's Degree in Marriage, Family, and Human Development with a Minor in Business Management. Shannon and her husband, Frank, have a large family with 6 awesome kids and love living on the Central Coast near San Luis Obispo, California, as well as traveling around the world. A full-time Social Media and Professional Blogger, Shannon also serves as a National Brand Ambassador for many well-known companies. Her blog focuses on motherhood, family fun activities, traveling, fashion, beauty, technology, wedding ideas and recipes while providing professional opinions on products, performances, restaurants, and a variety of businesses.

58 Responses to “Girls Night Out with Chef Katie Chin and Ling Ling Fried Rice”

  1. […] This post was sponsored by Ling Ling and all opinions expressed in my post are my own. Do you ever feel like you’re making the same meals over and over again and want to try something new? Or perhaps you have a favorite food and would love to try more products from the brand? In […] Click Here For Original Source Of The Article […]

  2. It was so nice to finally meet you in person!!

  3. Doria says:

    Looks so good! I love that they added Yakitori for the new flavors–so good <3 Looks like everyone had an amazing time 🙂

  4. Bill Sweeney says:

    That looks like a ton of fun. WE love Ling Ling fried rice. My wife serves it as a side whenever I grill up teriyaki chicken or pork. It’s great stuff.

  5. Catherine Sargent says:

    This looks like a fun girls night out and that fried rice looks yummy! I would like to try the Yakinuku Beef.

  6. Maureen says:

    What a fun girls night out idea, love that you were able to experience this! How awesome, I am sure this will go down in the memory banks for a time that was amazing!

  7. robin rue says:

    That sounds like so much fun!! Glad you were able to go to this fun event.

  8. What a great idea for a Ladies Night Out! Everything looks so delicious I can almost smell it from here!C

  9. Liz Mays says:

    Oh wow! Great job on those dishes! It’s so cool that you were able to learn from a master!

  10. Looks like you guys made a lot of great dishes! I’ll definitely be looking forward to checking out those recipes, especially the bean sprouts. The rice dishes look so good, and very convenient too for all our busy weeknights.

  11. melissa says:

    Ling Ling has such amazing looking food. Those pictures all looked perfect. I have never seen them by me but I will look. Great party and better cooks.

  12. How fun! This looks like a great girls’ night out. I recently took a cooking class with friends and it was amazing, so much fun!

  13. Pam says:

    This sounds like a fun night out. I love all the pictures you got of all of you prepping the side dishes.

  14. Jeanine says:

    This looks like so much fun and I definitely need to try it. Love Asian cuisine and this looks very good!

  15. Everything looks so good! Those mushrooms looked amazing as did all the dishes. What a fun event.

  16. Claudia Krusch says:

    This looks like such a fun girls night out. I will have to look for this rice when I go shopping this weekend. It would be great to work into a few of my favorite recipes.

  17. Rosey says:

    It is nice to learn from a pro. 😉 We do get in a dinner rut. Change could definitely be good.

  18. Joely Smith says:

    Ha! Love your fun photos! It sure makes me feel like I was a part of it all. Wish I were it looks like you are all a group of fun ladies. We make Ling Ling often – we actually just had Yakitori Chicken Ling Ling Fried Rice last night! It is really amazing how good it is for a frozen meal!

  19. ricci says:

    What a FUN Girl’s Night Out!! I love to cook and would love to go to a real live cooking class one day!!

  20. We love this brand. I think they do a good job with their flavors.

  21. Sheena Tatum says:

    I’ll have to try this brand out! It sounds like it’s delicious!

  22. Awww, it sounds like you guys had a blast. Plus, you learned a lot about a great brand!

  23. You guys did a great job! The photos show such a fun time and I bet it was more fun than that! Girls night out are so much fun and cooking (and drinking) gives great memories!

  24. I have always wanted to take a cooking class! It looks like so much fun! The Miso Butter Portabello Mushrooms sounds amazing and I might have to google a recipe!

  25. Dogvills says:

    Looks like you ladies had a blast. The fried rice looks amazing. I haven’t tried Ling Ling’s yet, but after this, I will.

  26. You guys all looked like having a blast out there. We love fried rice here at home .

  27. Bridgette says:

    What a fun night! I’ve never heard of this brand but I will have to search it out. Looks delish!

  28. AHH! It looks like you had such a great time. I have never really heard of this brand but I am totally going to find our more now. That looks so YUMMY!

  29. Jalisa says:

    We love fried rice in our house. We always get it when ordering Japanese or Chinese food. I’m sure my family would love this brand.

  30. What a fun idea for girls night out! i need to try Ling ling fried rice!

  31. It looks like you had so much fun there! I think it’s awesome that you attended a cooking class like this.

  32. Emily says:

    I ALWAYS feel like I am making the same meals night after night for dinner! It gets boring fast! I need to think of something like this to do with my girlfriends, that would be a fun night, and getting some new meal ideas my family will appreciate too 🙂

  33. What a fun event! I could not imagine cooking with a chef like Katie Chin. What an honor!

  34. I totally forget I can do this with my friend for girls night. Great idea!

  35. That Ling Ling Fried Rice Event sounds absolutely enjoyable and exciting! What a fun way to spend some time with awesome fellow bloggers.

  36. uprunforlife says:

    This looks like a ton of fun. I haven’t tried ling ling rice yet. We might have to give it a try. We like chicken fried rice.

  37. I absolutely love attending things like this. My mother used to take me when I was younger and it always made an impression on me.

  38. reesa says:

    This event looked so fun! I have never had any of Ling Ling’s products, but will be on the look out now that I have see branding.

  39. KiSheyna says:

    I really enjoyed this fun interactive event! Looks like you ladies had a blast making the fried rice!

  40. This looks like an amazing event! I would personally love to meet Chef Katie Chin and get to taste that amazing Ling Ling Fried Rice. Looks oh so delish!

  41. What a fun way to have a night out! I love that you are doing a task that may not always be enjoyable but making it fun by hanging out and enjoying a girls night!

  42. That looks like such a great idea for a fun night out! That fried rice looks delicious.

  43. Annemarie LeBlanc says:

    I have heard and read about LingLing Fried rice but haven’t gotten any from the store yet. I will have to remember to pick some up tomorrow. My family loves fried rice and it is awesome that I can now make some quick and easy!

  44. Crystal says:

    Oh my yum! Everything looks so incredible. Even my picky eaters would love the fresh flavors.

  45. Journa Ramirez says:

    Wonderful night out with your girl friends! I’m craving for Bibimbap Beef, it sounds so good. I should call my friends!

  46. Mimi Green says:

    You gals has a really good time. If my cooking experience was this fun I would actually enjoy it.

    It looks delicious.

  47. My Teen Guide says:

    Everything looks good! Those dumplings, the bean sprouts, the cucumber salad, and that yummy Ling Ling fried rice. I need to stock up on Ling Ling Fried rice boxes. It would save me some time in the kitchen!

  48. Amy Desrosiers says:

    This looks like it was an amazing time! I bet all the creations you ladies cooked up were simply delicious!

  49. TIm B says:

    Looks like you had a great experience! I haven’t tried Ling Ling fried rice before. Will keep an eye out for it at the grocery store. We have to make Asian cuisine at home ourselves because there is just too much contamination at those type of restaurants for us to be comfortable with our kids peanut food allergies.

  50. I would have loved to be a part of such a fun event like this! It’s really awesome to learn new dishes while spending time with friends! SO COOL!

  51. E H says:

    This is so much fun you got to prep and cook these delicious recipes! I don’t cook Asian food enough as I don’t really know how to do it well. This class would be great to attend – thank you for sharing your experience!

  52. Heather says:

    Wow, this looks like a fun event! I posted about Ling Ling Fried Rice and would have loved to attend the event! Such a great brand that really cares about their ingredients and influencers.

  53. I’m kind of obsessed with Portobello Mushrooms right now so I would try any recipe they are in, especially if it contains fried rice.

  54. Louisa says:

    Wow! You ladies must have had a blast! My girls and I usually hang out in our pajamas watching tv. Now I’m going to pitch this idea.

  55. Kathleen says:

    This looks like such a fun event! I wish that we had brands like ling ling here in Sweden! It is not as easy to find ready make meals like that here. I will definitely be sharing the coupon with my mom who lives in the US though, and maybe make her send me some! haha

  56. Courtney says:

    Omg so much yumminess!!!! I just love Asian food. Definitely need to give these dishes a try

  57. Leela says:

    I love fried rice. I’m looking for this the next time I go shopping.

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