By Everything Tasty Kitchen on January 20, 2011
Photo by I'mPat
Photo by I'mPat
"No need for take-out with this recipe! This one is for all of you that don't like to be in the kitchen but want a delicious home cooked meal with an Asian flair. It truly is so easy, fast and delicious. Serve with rice or noodles or you could cut up the chicken into bite sized pieces and serve as an appetizer. Enjoy! www.everythingtasty.blogspot.com"
Serving Size: 1 (97 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 4
"This was oh so good, I marinated the chicken for about 6 hours and cooked as directed though when I went to cook up the marinade I put it into the pan using it to deglaze all those caramelized bits and then transferred it to a pot to bring to the boil and simmer as I felt if I did it in the pan I would loose the lot over such a large surface area. This smelt so good it wasn't till we had finished devouring it that I realized that I had forgot to put the sesame seeds on before serving. Thank you Everything Tasty Kitchen for a delicious dish, made for Best Of 2013 tag game and recommended by Breezermom."
"Outstanding! The OP is correct: there's no need for takeout when this is better than alot of restaurants' dishes and it's even fast that driving to the place. The sauce carmelizes to a wonderful finish on the chicken. I did use the cover for a few minutes to make sure there was some steam cooking action. A couple of my pieces had unusually thick places on them, and I wanted to make sure they cooked."
"So delicious and so easy! My thighs marinated a bit over 4 hours, but they turned out spectacular. Medium high was a little too hot for my skillet, so I turned the heat down so they wouldn't burn. This is going to be made often at my house. Thanks for sharing! Made for Zaar Chef Alphabet Soup tag game."
"Made for Fall PAC 2011 and what a tasty and easy dish. I followed the instructions only in step 4 I didn't strain the sauce and I did add the chicken back in to simmer for a little while to absorb the flavors then I topped with the sesame seeds and green onions...Thank you for a great dish!"