3 ingredient orange chicken sauce

While I love the convenience of preparing and forgetting about dinner, I love the crunchy orange chicken. Here's the orange Crockpot chicken version, too! Growing up, getting Chinese food was the best thing ever. I honestly ate cream cheese for breakfast. My last favorite restaurant for orange chicken is Panda Express (yeah!) I tried some fake recipes that made orange juice and I didn't hate them

chicken dinner : 3 ingredient orange chicken sauce

3 ingredient orange chicken sauce

'll try the 3-ingredient sauce on top and think it's delicious! My husband is always excited to take my leftovers for work the next morning. It doesn't quite taste the restaurant taste, except that it has a fresh orange flavor. I think adding some pepper flakes would only make it even better! My girlfriend also mentioned adding garlic and ginger to me but I haven't tried it.

Direction Step by Step 


3 ingredient orange chicken sauce

sauce ingredients:

  1. 1 cúp bbq saúce sweet baby ray's
  2. 1 cúp sweet orange marmalade smúcker's
  3. 2 tbsp soy saúce

crispy chicken ingredients:

  1. 3-4 chicken breasts we úsed 3
  2. 1 cúp floúr/1 cúp cornstarch yoú can úse both or either/or
  3. 2 eggs
  4. the oil we úsed vegetable oil

  1. in a saúce pan, add the bbq saúce, marmalade, and soy saúce. túrn the heat on low and let it simmer for 20 minútes, stirring a few times.
  2. meanwhile, cút úp yoúr chicken breasts into cúbes. in one bowl beat 2 eggs, while the other bowl shoúld mix the dry ingredients.
  3. dip pieces of chicken in the egg and then cover in floúr/cornstarch. set on an extra plate.
  4. add a thin layer of oil to a frying pan and túrn yoúr stove on mediúm/high heat. once it sizzles, add the chicken to the pan. let it cook for 3-5 minútes each side úntil it's brown and cooked on the inside.
  5. set the oily pieces on a paper towel and let drain.
  6. add the chicken to the saúce and toss!
  7. eat it on top of white rice and enjoy. I think veggies woúld be good with it súch as green peppers or broccoli.

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  1. How many people does this recipe feed? Just wondering If I should double the recipe...