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I added a little cornstarch to get the sauce to thicken, but overall, this was great! The husband loved it.

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Meghan at Food.com March 05, 2012

I made this tonight, and my mother and I both think next time we would cut back the cayenne. I think we'll also add some green bell peppers next time! Excellent flavor, even though it ended up a little hot for us. We didn't have any issues with the sauce thickening, let it sit on the stove top about 30 or 40 minutes and it thickened up really well.

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dragnsteph March 05, 2012

Made this tonight. I wish the thickener had been mentioned in the ingredient list, I got tired of waiting and threw it over some shirataki noodles. Came out like a soup. Decent flavor, but a little too zesty for my tastes. I'm going to try a little less cayenne and substitute some bell pepper chunks for some of the onion next time.

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iboso64 April 15, 2010

Wow! Made this for my husband who is diabetic. It was wonderful! It was great to have something that is low in carbs and sugars yet so juicy and flavorful.

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zaporlaw01 February 14, 2010

Loved this tangy-sweet combination. I didn't let it cook uncovered long enough to get syrupy, but it still was very tasty. Leftovers even better. Thanks for posting.

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Deb G January 07, 2009
Low Carb Sweet and Sour Chicken