By taylortwo on January 10, 2003
"I got this recipe from the Better Homes and Gardens cookbook "Treasured Recipes". This is so delicious and has an amazing sweet and sour flavor without being too cloying. I, know that the frozen lemonade concentrate may put you off but please trust me on this one and you will not be disappointed--or at least I hope you won't be. :-)"
Serving Size: 1 (133 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 4
"This sauce is the best!!! I didn't have the chile sauce so used Dragon Sauce (1 T) instead. It's amazing how the plum, lemon, soy and zing from the Dragon Sauce all came together so perfectly. My family really enjoyed their chicken. I don't eat chicken but kept tasting spoonfuls of the sauce while cooking. I'll be making it often and looking for other uses for the sauce. Maybe on baked tofu? Thankyou! This is really the best sauce I've made in a long time!"
"This was delicious! I used "Thai Chili Sauce" and cut down the amount because it is quite hot. This was tangy and not too sweet. Thank you for a recipe I'll make again!"
"omgosh is this delicious! I had to make a few adjustments, because I was using boneless chicken, cut into chunks. I browned the chicken slightly, removed it from the pan, and sauteed the onions, garlic and ginger. Then I added the rest of the sauce ingredients, brought to a boil, then covered and simmered for 5 minutes. Then I added the chicken back to the saute pan, covered, and simmered for about 5 minutes. The chicken was done perfectly--still juicy, and so tasty! I also added a little hot sauce to the pan. This isn't sweet like you may think it would be with the plum sauce and the lemonade concentrate, it's just so good. Served with white rice on the side, and there's also a lot of extra sauce to pour over your chicken and your rice! We'll definitely be having this again--thanks tt."
"Love this recipe. I used Hot Chili sauce because thats all I had on hand. Too hot for my family. But definitely make again."