This is by far the best sweet and sour anything recipe I've tried, and I've tried several. I changed up the vegetable a bit and used red pepper, onion, celery and then the pineapple. The vegetables don't really matter though because it's all about the flavor of the delicious sauce. It's alse very easy to make. I did thicken with corn starch instead of flour and disolved it in like an 1/8 cup of vinegar and 1/8 soy sauce do it wouldn't water it down if I desolved it in water. I'd do it that way again, or perhaps with chicken stock. To cook the chicken, I rough cut three large breads and sauteed them in about a tablespoon of butter and that's it. You can make it all in one pan if you sautee the chicken first and then set aside and make the sauce in the same pan. I used a stovetop wok and it worked perfectly. Thanks so much for the post. I'm going to try it with meatballs next time. YUMMY!!!
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This is by far the best sweet and sour anything recipe I've tried, and I've tried several. I...