Just now getting around to reviewing this wonderful recipe. DH and I love the orange chicken served in a local restaurant in town, so when I found your submission, I decided to give it a try. Your recipe is better than the restaurant, and DH requests it often. The only thing I subbed was I used 1/2 tsp of ground ginger instead of the 1 tsp of minced ginger root, and we loved it. Thanks for sharing!
Wow! Simply unbelievably good. I made it exactly as written, including the grated fresh ginger root. For the chicken I used Coleman Organic boneless, skinless, chicken thighs. Note: if you have never bought Coleman's organic chicken, please try it if you have the opportunity. It's really special, just like this GREAT recipe! Many, many, thanks for posting this.
This was hit with my husband and I. I used an Asian style barbeque sauce that we had in the fridge. So yummy and easy to put together.
Not enough sauce to cover anything unless you have a tiny slow cooker!
I made this for dinner tonight - wonderful! I had all of the ingredients on hand. It was scrumptious and easy to make! My DH loved it!
I hope I dont affect the rating of this by asking a question before i attempt it. I see no mention of anyone saying or the recipe saying to cut the chicken into peices, or to leave whole? I would think cut up the chicken would absorb more of the flavor. AGAIN im sorry if i affect the rating, if anyone knows how to ask a question in the future differently please tell me. Im cooking this tomorrow so a response would be great today if at all possible, Thanks.
6 hours was WAY too long. Chicken was beyond overdone and all the sugars in the bar-b-que sauce and the marmalade burnt. Uneatable, we ordered pizza.
Thisd was excellent! I added garlic and left out the flouring the chicken step (running late again!). I added 1 tablespoon of corn flour and 1/3 cup of fresh orange juice (and mixed) to the last 15 minutes to thicken. I served it with steamed rice, broccoli and carrots - yum! Thanks for posting.
Awesome. Tender chicken and the sauce thickens itself. Highly recommended by us. Used homemade BBQ sauce with chicken thighs with bone in - skin removed.
This was good. Didn't taste like Asian food...more like orange barbecue chicken.