July Learn how and when to remove this template message. This article needs additional citations for verification. Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. Retrieved May 4, List of condiments List of common dips List of syrups. Banana ketchup Curry ketchup Fruit ketchup Mushroom ketchup. Thank you!!!!!!! Made this with thawed chicken breasts on manual for 23 min with a 10 min nr. Turned out perfect. Would not change a thing.
It will definitely our dinner table again.
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Just wanted you to know, I made your recipe for the family tonight. Everybody raved about it! I did follow your note at the bottom that said cook the unfrozen chicken for 20 minutes. I did that and did 10 minutes NPR and then qr. The chicken was a little dry, but not bad. Next time I will either cook a little less time or just qr the whole thing after. This recipe is a keeper! And we will make it often.
I used rock hard frozen breasts, cooked 40 minutes and they fell apart as if l had shredded them…which l love! Super moist and l love the kick. I used lime juice. I steamed broccoli and added it to the sauce. It tastes like genuine Chinese food.
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Thanks for sharing this! Finally got around to making this after all! The chicken was moist and done in 40min…yes using frozen chicken breasts.
The sauce was just a tad needing more red pepper and maybe ginger but I am still playing with spices, substitutions minced in jars or freeze dried vs fresh aka garlic, ginger etc. Prob want more next time. OMG…I just realized I forgot the garlic! Well anyway the sauce was very watery so u definite need 3T of cornstarch. The sauce was also very sweet…I need to fig out the balance a bit better or cut down on the brown sugar the recipe calls for. No way did I dirty another pan and put the glazed chicken in the oven! I was also tired and simply served it with white rice but fried rice would have been great…more babysitting tho.
Overall I will make this dish again…tweak it and do the fried rice next time. I love making Asian at home as takeout is expensive and I like to control the spice plus I am picky about friend rice. Ok I am picky about most stuff; advice on spices welcomed.
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I did not add the fresh ginger or red pepper flakes, but otherwise I followed the directions to the letter. No problems. I removed the chicken and thickened the sauce as instructed, then i did put it under the broiler for a few minutes. This was excellent. The chicken was so tender I was amazed. Served with rice and with broccoli, it was a great meal. Next time I will add carrots and pineapples to it. Loved this recipe!
I used fresh chicken thighs for 20 minutes with manual release. I mistakenly used 1Tbsp of cornstarch so not thickened as well as I would prefer. Thank you for sharing! I used defrosted chicken, cooked for 20 and let it release naturally. I also added some sweet chilli sauce. Chicken shredded and was perfect. I made this using unfrozen chicken legs.
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I cooked them for 20 minutes and the meat was falling off the bone. Nothing wrong with 20 but 15 will be plenty. It was delicious. Second time making. My BF loves it!! This was fantastic! I used fresh, skinless, boneless chicken breasts, cut into pieces. I cooked it for 15 minutes, 10 min NR, then QR. The key is to add the basil at the very end instead of blending everything all at once.
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