This is one of my all-time favorites. I usually double the recipe to make enough for company or leftovers. It can be a little tricky at the end doing several things at once, so my dh usually fries the chicken while I'm finishing up the rest of the meal. I'm not real sure about the prep and cook time, but did include marinate time in the prep time. Sorry if some of the instructions seem vague. A lot of it is personal choice and trial and error. But don't let that scare you off. This is a fantastic meal.
I searched and finally found this recipe on the internet. It is a copycat of the Bourbon Chicken sold in Chinese carry-outs in my hometown. This recipe is so good that my sons gobble it up leaving me just a spoonful. Their excuse was they thought I had eaten. Editor's Note: Named Bourbon Chicken because it was supposedly created by a Chinese cook who worked in a restaurant on Bourbon Street.
I got this from a OAMC website. My family loves it and you can use any kind of jam or preserves. Blackberry, raspberry, peach, basically whatever you like. This works well with the fruit only preserves also. This is good served with noodles or rice to soak up the sauce.
I have been meaning to give this elegant sounding chicken dish for years and have decided to share it here even though I haven't tried it yet. I originally clipped this from a magazine years ago and thought it would be a lovely choice for a romantic dinner.
This is the first recipe I ever tried for white chili, and it is the best one I have ever found. I found it in a cookbook called So Fat, Low Fat, No Fat, but don't let that fool you. The chili may be low on fat but it has a fantastic flavor and always gets raves every time I make it. This is not the exact recipe in the book, as I have made a few minor adjustments to make it a little easier.
So easy and good!
For lunch the next day, combine the leftover sauce with four parts vinegar (rice or white wine or whatever you have) and one part oil (sesame or whatever you have) for salad dressing. Pour over your favorite greens, sliced leftover chicken and chopped veggies for a delicious Asian salad!
This is one of several recipes in the October 2005 issue of the Australian magazine ‘Delicious’ in an article featuring food that children will find delicious and which is therefore ideal for serving at children’s parties. I have also posted Recipe #139946. And if you're looking for other tasty variations on sausage rolls, many of which will also appeal to children, you may like to try my Recipe #169225, Recipe #333506, Recipe #342256 or Recipe #159722.
This recipe was in our local newspaper and I had to try it right away! It was delicious and a big hit at the table! Then I looked on 'Zaar to compare it to others and discovered a few variations. I really liked this one, but might try a couple of the others for comparison purposes. This one is comfortably spicy. The cayenne pepper can be varied to your own preference. The chicken breast cubes are not marinated, but when cooked in the sauce, they are tender and juicy!