This recipe isn't perfect, but it tasted so good that I can't give it less than five stars. I followed the suggestions of other reviewers and seasoned and coated my chicken cubes with Paula Deen's House Seasoning (4 parts salt to 1 part each garlic powder and black pepper) and corn starch before adding cooking them. I had one small package each of chicken breasts and boneless skinless thighs; both turned out equally good as I was careful not to overcook them. When they were done, I lifted them out of the pan and threw in a sliced onion to saute in the leftover oil. I left the onion in when I added the sauce mixture. I didn't have an orange handy, so I used 1 T. OJ concentrate from the can for each sauce recipe, and I did double that as suggested. We don't like much heat, so I used only 1/4 t. red pepper flakes for the double recipe, and that was detectable but not overwhelming for us. We steamed some broccoli and added that to the mix along with the chicken at the end. My husband raved about it, and I loved it, too. Yes, it's a little sweet, but the balance of flavors is great, especially considering my husband claims to be fearful of soy sauce and doesn't like sesame oil or teriyaki. (I couldn't make this stuff up!) We'll be having this often. Thank you!
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This recipe isn't perfect, but it tasted so good that I can't give it less than five stars. I...