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MMM I got my tiny spicy chicken fix I have been needing for 6 years. I use to live in Logan and I would always order the Tiny Spicy chicken and I have missed it. I would recommend doubling the chili paste, otherwise it will be way too sweet.

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coleyboboley04 April 29, 2010

Followed recipe exactly last week and it was perfect with some fried rice! My family has already requested it again so we're having it again tonight! :)

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simpletastes July 13, 2011

This reminds me of General Tso's. I didn't have cornstarch, so I dredged in the egg and then flour and garlic salt. I then put on baking pan and baked for about 15 minutes instead of frying. I thickened up the sauce with a tad of water mixed with flour and after the chicken was done, I put it in the sauce. YUM!

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SweetsLady January 04, 2011

I thought the sauce was great, but next time I think I will try a tempura batter instead of the cornstarch. Thanks for posting!

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mandycakes77 September 13, 2009

I really enjoyed the flavor, it was even better than the restaurant's but the constancy of the sauce was runny and not enough, so I 1 an 1/2 timed the sauce and omitted the oil then added the oil/cornstarch that was left in the pan from browning the chicken into the sauce. And finished cooking as directed. I t made it even better. Thank you for this recipe. It has become a big hit my two year old will even asks for seconds. Rachel

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rachel_rucker April 09, 2009

This reminded me of general Tso's, but saucier and sweet. I liked the sauciness, but I had to cut the sugar. I thought there must have been a mistake in the ingredient list, but with a little further investigation, I saw that it was indeed 1 1/2 cups of sugar and 6 tablespoons of brown sugar. I was certain that much sugar would have ruined the dish for me, so I used 1/2 cup of sugar and 3 tablespoons of brown sugar. I realize that is really changing the dish, but at lest for it made it significantly better. I didn't need the full 16 ounces of corn starch, so my suggestion would be to start of with 8 ounces and add more if needed. I didn't find it necessary to cook in the oven for 1 hour, I only cooked for 35 minutes and the chicken was nice and moist. I keeping this one and am going to fuse it with my recipe for General Tso's. I served this with Chinese Fried Rice. Thanks for this, we had a wonderful dinner tonight.

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tara portee March 15, 2009

this is so good... my sister in law loves tiny spicy chicken and she asked me "could you make that "so i found this recipe and made it and she loved it. I make ours just a little hotter by adding a bit more chili paste but other than that an awsome recipe

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happycat2000 March 01, 2009

Very good taste. I use a different batter, because the corn starch is hard to use and very messy. The sauce is awesome though.

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utahsgiant December 02, 2008

My family loves this recipe and I get requests for it frequently.

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jenpitcher November 05, 2008

This was pretty tasty, but I admit I had some ingredient trouble with it. I had to use a few substitutions, and I doubled the sauce, so maybe that changed the taste. I thought it was very sweet, and not spicy enough, so I added some cayenne pepper to heat it up. Next time I would not double the sauce, as the recipe makes plenty. And I would cut back on the sugar... But still tasty.

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Kyene July 10, 2008
Tiny Spicy Chicken