what if you don't have white wine or cornstarch can you still make this recipe?
I used all of the ingredients, but prepared it differently. Instead of baking, I cooked the chicken breast in a skillet and made the sauce in the skillet also. I doubled the sauce ingredients and served it over white rice.
We didn't like this at all. Sorry. It also makes about twice as much sauce as necessary.
You know how sometimes you get sick of eating the same stuff over and over...well during the school year that happens to me a lot and since I love to cook and try out new recipes...I decided to take advantage of the fact that I am on vacation and I literally take over the kitchen and I'm the one that cooks! So...since I'm always making new things, I came by this recipe and decided to give it a try. I just adjusted the recipe to 6 portions and gave it my touch. I did it on the stovetop and it came out great. I omitted the mustard and the wine since I didn't have any and I used more sugar to make it sweeter. It was AWESOME!!!! Everyone liked it...even my picky sister! Thanks!!!
This was awesome! I used brown Sugar Twin substitute in place of the brown sugar. I also only got about 1/4 cup of juice from my orange, but it still made plenty of sauce for 2 4oz breasts. This is going in my "permanant" cookbook!
Wow! Loved this!! Made as is but used red wine as I didn't have ay white on hand. Very tasty and so easy to prepare!! thanks SusieQusie!
Very, very nice combination of cicken & orange! I made it a little more intense by using 2/3 cup orange juice & 2 teaspoons of zest, but then I like the fruity flavor! The added juice thinned out the sauce just enough for us, & the breasts were served over brown rice! Thanks so much for this one ~ It's great!
Very good chicken a little different and tasty! I will make it again but I think I would not use quite so much cornstarch so the sauce would be just a bit thinner. We loved the flavours, I used a whole grain mustard and splenda brown sugar mix. I will make it again , thanks for posting!