I was hungry for sweet & sour chicken so I did a Google search. When Kittencal's name popped up I knew I found the right recipe - and I was not wrong. Thank you once again for providing a delcious meal to our table!!! This meal was probably the brightest part of my entire week. Thank you for sharing this recipe with us. I'm adding it to my favorites cookbook.
Very yummy!!! Used boneless skinless chicken thighs instead of chicken breasts. Doubled the sauce and added carrots as suggested by others. Mixed my cooked rice directly in with it.
Excellent! We have leftover chicken so we sauted the vegetables in broth, then added cooked chicken. Definately a keeper. Thanks
Fabulous! I had really BIG veggies, so I doubled the sauce. Even my husand, who won't order sweet and sour chicken in restarants because it's 'too swee', loved this recipe.
Very good and easy! I added carrots for color and nutrition...served over quinoa. My five and seven year olds gobbled it up and asked for seconds. This will be added to my regular menus...also should mention I cooked in a wok. Thanks for a great recipe!
This was absolutely delicious! A perfect dish to start off the typical New Years resolution. Only additions I made was adding a little bit of garlic powder while the chicken was boiling in the chicken stock and then added some red pepper flakes while the sauce was thickening. Yum!
Wonderful! Prepared just as you wrote it. Husband loved it but being a saucy wench I'd double the sauce next time. We have a fur brood of seven ourselves. Gotta love the animals. Thanks for the recipe.
My family absolutely loved this recipe. It was perfect when I doubled the sauce and the vegetables. It was great. This will be a family favorite!!!!!!!!
I've made this many, many times. It freezes very well, so I use it for OAMC too. Just omit the veggies for freezing, and add them on cooking day. So very delicious over brown rice! I add thinly sliced carrots too, and about a tsp of fresh grated ginger.
Pretty good and very easy to make. We added mushrooms and carrots instead of the celery. We used the pineapple juice and added a couple TBSP of OJ concentrate. It was strange starting with stock instead of oil but it still tasted good. We will make this again. Thanks for sharing!