OMG so enjoyed this recipe!!! Actually had ordered Chinese food from our favourite restaurant. Had lots of rice and noodles left over so wanted to make a chicken dish to pair up. We order General Tso chicken from Mandarin, but to tell you the truth the taste is great but the quality of chicken meat is garbage. We prefer breast meat. I saw this recipe, used breast meat and prepared and was soooo good! Sauce was great and every bit as tasty as the Mandarin and just loved that the meat was all white breast meat. Will definitely prepare again and will make our own home Chinese food as done ordering expensive rice and noodles.
This is better than takeout and took only 30 minutes! This recipe is practically impossible to mess up. I used all the ingredients listed but eyeballed measurements and it turned out amazing. I took the chicken out after browning and sautéed red peppers before adding the aromatics & sauce and added the chicken at the end to thicken the sauce up. Thanks for sharing Natasha!
Wow, I just realized that I used Worcester sauce instead of the hoisin sauce. Makes sense why it was a bit sour. Still 6/10 with the wrong ingredient. Great recipe. Also would it hurt the recipe if I had to use more cornstarch then the 1/2 cup to coat the chicken
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A delicious homemade Chinese deep-fried chicken dish that tastes like (or even better than) the best Chinese restaurants or take-out. Try this easy General Tso's chicken recipe today. You won't even believe that this Asian dish came straight out of your kitchen!
Today, I am going to share the best General Tso's chicken recipe! Skip the Chinese take-out and Uber Eats food delivery orders. You can make this Chinese deep-fried chicken dish with simple Asian ingredients and condiments that you can find in your pantry or local grocers. This General Tso's chicken is a dish consists of deep-fried chicken breast with a sweet and savory Asian stir fry sauce. It's so easy to make, and is tasty and addictive!
Let's start with the protein. In this recipe, I used chicken breasts instead of chicken thighs as the main ingredient. I find it easier to work with chicken breasts because they simply cook faster than dark meat (thighs).
Now for the sauce. The sauce is made from a combination of dark soy sauce, light soy sauce, Sriracha, Thai Sweet Chili sauce, Chinese black vinegar, Shao Xing wine, chicken broth, and white sugar. You can find most of these Asian seasoning ingredients at any grocers. If not, don't worry because, on the recipe card below, I will include some alternative ingredients to use.
General Tso Chicken is my go-to dish when we order Chinese food. While it's often deep fried meat with a crispy crust smothered in general tso's sauce, my at-home version foregoes the fried chicken pieces and instead is a pan-fried chicken served with a sweet and salty sauce mixture.
Named for a real general, General Tso Chicken is a classic dish on the menu at Chinese restaurants across America. Though the original dish is actually from Taiwan by a Taiwanese chef, it has been Americanized after making its way to the United States, however, to be made with fried chicken and a sweeter sauce.
Parchment paper is the key to this recipe. Without using the paper the chicken would weld itself against the fryer basket, and make an absolute mess. See our guide to parchment paper, how to use it and where to buy it here.
I love to recreate Chinese takeout dishes at home. They are less expensive, healthier and just as delicious! This recipe is one of my favorites, as well as cashew chicken, veggie beef ramen and chicken and vegetable stir fry.
Very good! My picky husband said it was perfect. I halved the recipe since I was cooking for just the two of us and added some chopped carrots to the rice when I cooked it-that way I got a little bit more veggies in my plant phobic man. I also added some green onion in the chicken sauce. I will be adding it to the meal rotation.
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