Recipe by singfreako
"Very delicious. I always make a little extra of the orange juice and Asian toasted sesame dressing on the side, just in case anyone wants extra. Serve over rice. I also like to make brown rice instead of white rice."
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Asian-style toasted sesame salad dressing
skinless, boneless chicken breast halves - cut into 1 1/2 inch pieces
red bell pepper, cut into 1 inch chunks
zucchini, cut into 1 inch chunks
green onions, cut into 1/2-inch pieces
YUM! It smells delicious & looks amazing! I served it over just plain white rice & my family loved it! I used triple the amount of the asian dressing though! And the oj wasn't very stong so next time I'm going to use oj concentrate. Overall a wonderful dish though!I also added some minced garlic!
I have to agree with most of the reviews but, I will keep the recipe around for another try. I intend to reduce the orange juice by 25%, add garlic, and red pepper flakes, and will add cornstarch. I think all of those suggestions will perk up the flavor a bit.
One thingI did different was this; the store was out of brocolli flourets.... but they had brocolli, carrots, and snow peas. OMG, yum!
I wound up having to add garlic powder, dehydrated orange peel, dehydrated onion, and crushed red pepper to this dish in order to perk up the flavor some, and it loses a star for that. Otherwise, this was tasty if you have the ingredients around, but not really something I'll go buy that dressing for again. The sauce, while tasty, isn't enough to use over rice, and I also doubled it. It looked like it was going to be enough, but after about 20 mins waiting for the hubs to get home the sauce reduced or congealed or something and wasn't enough for the rice. This has the potential to be really tasty however, and the directions were very clear and easy to follow. All in all, glad I gave it a shot :-) Thanks!
The sauce wasn't strong enough....and I doubled it, however, the flavor that was there was very good. I added some minced garlic as well and also marinated the chicken for about an hour in the orange juice & dressing sauce. Very easy to make which I loved! A new kind of stir fry for our house.
Decent low-cal dish, but a bit bland. Pass extra dressing around!
Wow!!! Awesome dish! After reading other reviews I used concentrate instead of juice and I used about a cup, but I doubled the recipe. Also I could not find the asian dressing so used a garlic herb one in its place. I will be looking for the dressing to use next time. My daughter loved it and she is a picky eater. My 4 year old son liked it too and hubby went for seconds. Thanks for the great recipe!!!
Fast easy and delicious. Even my daughter who wont eat anything ate it. I used the leftovers the next morning to make breakfast burittos and they were a huge hit. Just added it to scrambled eggs, with a little salsa and pepperjack cheese in a tortilla!
I liked the combination of veggies in this dish. The sauce had little to no flavor though and there is no sauce in there when you are done cooking it. I even used orange juice concentrate instead of juice, but no luck. Next time I make this, I will just use the basic stir fry part of it and make my own sauce.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Orange-Chicken Rice Bowl
Serving Size: 1/4 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 4
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 99
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