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Sweet and Sour Chicken

Sweet and Sour Chicken created by AZPARZYCH

Haven't tried this yet either, but it's a must-order when we go to Chinese food, so looking forward to giving it a try. Adapted from mykitchencafe.blogspot.com

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1hr 15mins
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directions

  • Preheat oven to 325.
  • Cut boneless chicken breasts into chunks.
  • Season with salt and pepper.
  • Dip chicken in cornstarch and then in beaten egg.
  • Fry in a little oil until brown but not cooked through.
  • Place in a single layer in a baking dish.
  • Mix sauce ingredients (last five ingredients in the list) together and pour over chicken.
  • Bake for one hour at 325 degrees. Turn chicken every 15 minutes.
  • About 45 minutes before chicken is done, prepare rice according to package directions.
  • If you like extra sauce, make another batch of sauce and bring it to a boil on the stovetop. Stir constantly and let cook over medium heat until thickened and reduced - about 6-8 minutes.
  • Serve over hot, cooked rice.
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"Haven't tried this yet either, but it's a must-order when we go to Chinese food, so looking forward to giving it a try. Adapted from mykitchencafe.blogspot.com"
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  1. AZPARZYCH
    This was so quick to get in the oven and has a great flavor; not too sweet and not too salty. I liked dipping the chicken in cornstarch instead of flour, made it a lot crispier and helped to thicken the sauce. I added a few chunks of pineapple after it came out of the oven for a little sweetness. Made and reviewed for 2012 Spring PAC.
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  2. AZPARZYCH
    This was so quick to get in the oven and has a great flavor; not too sweet and not too salty. I liked dipping the chicken in cornstarch instead of flour, made it a lot crispier and helped to thicken the sauce. I added a few chunks of pineapple after it came out of the oven for a little sweetness. Made and reviewed for 2012 Spring PAC.
    Reply
  3. AZPARZYCH
    Sweet and Sour Chicken Created by AZPARZYCH
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  4. lawmama
    Haven't tried this yet either, but it's a must-order when we go to Chinese food, so looking forward to giving it a try. Adapted from mykitchencafe.blogspot.com
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