For taste, 4 stars. For preparation, 2 stars. There is something very off about the measurements listed. 2 Tbsp flour cannot coat 3 lbs of cubed chicken. It's impossible. Also, the cornstarch was not adequate to thicken the sauce. We had to do a lot of tweaking and experimenting to even get this to the table. We won't make it again.
This was good, made it for a Hawaiin dinner at our church. Used red peppers too, and just coated the chicken in seasoned flour and fried it. Sauce was great too.
Delicious, We all enjoyed this recipe, I found it very easy to put together. Only change I made was I used 1/3 cup sugar (the same amount of vinegar) in the sauce, because I thought it would be to sweet for our family. I really like the way the sauce was prepared separately and I had no trouble with the sauce thickening up, I just simmering it on a low heat until it was thick. Thank you Buzymomof3 for posting your recipe.
I used 5 boneless, skinless chicken breasts when I made this recipe & used a little more than 3 teaspoons of cornstarch when I made the sauce, all of which came together very nicely & tasted wonderful served over a combo of brown rice & peas! Will be making this one again ~ Thanks for sharing it! [Made & reviewed in Everyday Is a Holiday tag]
This was easy to make, and my family enjoyed it. But I had difficulty getting the sauce to thicken up, so the rice ended up quite soupy. But I will make it again, and hopefully improve on the sauce.