Total Time
Prep 15 mins
Cook 25 mins

This recipe was taken from the book "the most decadent diet ever" by Devin Alexander. It's as healthy as it is good. It's like a combination of General Tso's Chicken and Kung Pao beef but healthier

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. Place chicken breats between two sheets of plastic wrap, use flt side of meat mallet to pound them into 1/3 inch thickness cut the breasts into strips. transfer to medium bowl and toss with cornstrach to coat. let stand for 5 minutes.
  2. whisk the remaining ingriendeints (but the veggies).
  3. Heat wok or skillet and add 1 teaspoon saesme oil.
  4. add pepper and onions and stir fry remove and set aside. add 1 teaspoon seasme oil and chicken cook till no longer pink inside, then add veggies and sauce and heat throu.
Most Helpful

Very nice recipe. My wife and I both loved it. I made exactly as directed. I caould have had it hotter but it was perfect for my wife. Also, next time I think I will use just a bit more hoisin sauce to head the dish a little closer to to General Tsao!

Cookbook Chris September 21, 2009

We all loved this dish, and I liked that it was a healthy alternative to what we normally eat...and nobody complained that it was healthy!!

tracytrebilcox September 09, 2009

This is really good. The directions are spot on, and it is super simple to put together. Next time I would add bean sprouts and other veggies to the mix. It does not have a lot of heat, but adding more crushed red pepper flakes solves that easily. Thanks for sharing this very low fat recipe.

2Bleu September 02, 2009