Recipe by Judy Kiekens
"If desired serve with rice or noodles, pouring sauce from chicken over each serving. You can also cut down on calories by not dredging the chicken but just browning it in a roast pan (using cooking spray) on top of the stove, then adding the remaining ingredients as directed and roasting in the oven. It's good either way!"
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all-purpose flour, for dredging
This was pretty good. I didn't use wings - I just used breasts. I used all of the ingredients to scale but I added just a touch of sesame oil and a little more brown sugar. I was kinda worried that it would just taste like BBQ sauce but it didn't! :P The chicken was nice and tender and I would definitely use this recipe again when I'm sick of my "other" chicken recipe. And another thing: I used the recipe for only two bigger breasts and that was just enough. If you want a lot of sauce for four people I would double the recipe, especially if you decide to reduce the sauce a little.
i was disapointed in this dish. my wife and i both agreed there was nothing we found oriental about this at all. the dish itself was good, but it is more like a sweet chiken, maybe add a little hot sauce for a kick. chicken was very tender and enjoyable, made it on a bed of rice.
My boyfriend (who happens to be Chinese) loved these wings and said that they tasted very Oriental! I made them for him for Chinese New Year, but I will definitely make them again since we both loved them!
Very good recipe using chicken wings. The meat nearly fell off the bone - very tender. Nice change of pace instead of plain old baked chicken!
The wings were too fatty to enjoy.
Very bland - did not like!
it was great e 1 liked it
I had more meat than sauce (my fault - not the recipie's) but I found this dish very tasty. Would like to make it again when I have enough orange juice. I didn't have enough chicken for everyone so I made it over pork and found that worked well too...
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Serving Size: 1/5 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 5
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 304
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