We were pleased with how well this worked for us this time. The chicken pieces had just a little crunch from the corn starch and flour in the marinade/batter. I’m happy that I didn’t toss the sauce with the chicken before plating them. I used boneless, skinless thighs for this dish today, cut into 1 … Continue reading Sesame Chicken
Call me crazy… but this is a food blog, sorta! LOL Recipe [Edited to add the recipe]
A reprise of an earlier post that was well received. Only difference is that noodles replaced the rice I used before. Both were good, the edge goes to the rice. Maybe a different kind of noodle next time. I can see it working on broad rice noodles. Enjoy!
Been meaning to do this one for a while, and today’s the day. It’s a really easy dish, simple prep, and delicious. Found a recipe here. Followed it pretty closely, substituting 1/2 c of Splenda for the sugar. Also tossed a few dried red chilies into the sauce. And a cup of broth plus a half cup … Continue reading Sesame Chicken
In this installment of Kid Friendly Recipes, a perennial kid favorite: chicken fingers. This one has a bit of twist. They’re pretty simple to make, and since you control the ingredients you know how much salt, fat and additives are in this favorite. Sesame Chicken Fingers 1/2 cup stone-ground mustard 1/2 cup honey 3 tbsp limejuice … Continue reading Kid Friendly: Sesame Chicken Fingers
This is not the famous sesame chicken seen here and elsewhere. It should be famous, though. Pretty good stuff. This recipe came from the same place as the sesame chicken recipe above. The whole site is worth looking over anytime you are at a loss for what to fix, or how to fix it. Not … Continue reading Sesame Oil Chicken
It’s snowing here – well, raining at the moment, but snow by the evening. Never mind my garden is planted with tomatoes, three kinds of peppers, tomatillos, and zucchini, all raised in the house nursery over the past few months. Sigh. It’s Colorado and we are always prepared for snow, so I’ve got everything ready … Continue reading Dinner Menu: Stir Fry Orange Chicken and Broccoli
The sauce is broth plus oyster sauce, splashes of fish sauce, black vinegar, sesame oil, sweet soy sauce, and corn starch. The chicken is sliced breast meat that marinated in soy sauce with a lot of corn starch plus various splashes of the same ingredients listed above. I fried the chicken in oil to brown … Continue reading Chicken in a Sweet Brown Sauce