10 Reviews

I just made this for my family. They loved it. I did use the half soy sauce, half orange juice idea and it was great. I hope this recipe is also in the Gluten Free section. Because it is and there aren't enough recipes there. You would just need to make sure the soy sauce was gluten free. Next time we will try it with additional veggies. Thank You for the Great recipe

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Jennifer Allen January 25, 2011

Love Love Loved it!!! It was simple and delicious! I also added peppers (red and orange) and threw some fried and seasoned zuccini on top!! Yum!!!

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TiffanyRose #2 February 21, 2009

This was a really easy and VERY tasty dinner. I grilled the chicken instead of frying it, and instead of oil to sautee the veggies I used some reduced-fat butter. I also added some red and green peppers, which I definitely recommend. They really bulked up the dish and added some good flavor (if I'd had water chestnuts on hand I'd add those, too). I'm definitely making this again, tasty, healthy, awesome. Can't go wrong!

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ceruleanseven January 23, 2009

Easy, lovely recipe. I omitted the oil and used non-stick cooking spray and cubed the chicken breasts. While the chicken was simmering in the sauce, I lightly steamed some broccoli, which I then tossed with the chicken and sauce. I served it all over some seasoned steamed rice. Really nice. It does have a nice light orange flavor, so I think I may try your suggestion of using a little bit of orange juice next time, as well. Thanks for sharing!

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Starrynews January 03, 2009

Indeed , very easy and we enjoyed it very much, lots of flavour for something so quickly prepared. I cubed the chicken fillets, rather than leaving them whole, since we don't eat much meat and it goes further this way. Otherwise, easily made as directed, served on steamed rice with a side -dish of Chow Gai Laan (Jade Green Broccoli) Excellent, thank you Bluemoon!

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Karen Elizabeth October 28, 2008

We love this recipe. Very easy to make and the almonds are a super touch. Thanks for posting! Made for the I Recommend Tag Game.

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Color Guard Mom September 30, 2008

Quick and easy to make. Yummy, yummy!!

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Chef ccc August 28, 2008

We really, really loved this! I make as posted and it was delicious.OK, the only negative thing I could say was that it took about 2 minutes to cook the shallots. And the rest was history. :) Thanks for posting!

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teresas August 16, 2008

what a great blend of flavors, I used green onions in place of shallots and also added in fresh garlic while frying the green onions, also a good teaspoon of crushed red chili flakes, this is an easy recipe but big on flavor, thanks for sharing bluemoon!

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Kittencal@recipezazz July 29, 2008

This is a quick and flavorful dinner. I had a large chicken breast which I flattened to promote even cooking and cut in half for DH and I. After browning the chicken I added a little orange juice to deglaze the pan. The mushrooms were dried shitakes that had been reconstituted. Served the chicken over jasmine rice and garnished with an orange wedge. Delicious!

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PaulaG November 30, 2005
Chinese-Style Orange-Almond Chicken