Ready in 40 minutes
"great recipe for the sauce, i modified it.. u can use teriyaki instead of soy. also add some honey smoke bbq sauce to the sauce and it makes it crazy good. can use roasted garlic paste too or garlic powder."
1. Heat oil in large skillet.
2. Add chicken pieces; stir-fry until lightly browned.
3. Remove chicken.
4. Mix together remaining ingredients; stir into skillet and heat
over medium heat until well mixed and sugar is dissolved.
5. Return chicken to skillet and bring to a hard boil.
6. Reduce heat to slow simmer and cook approx. 20 min. or
until chicken is tender.
7. If necessary, thicken sauce with slurry of 3/4 T. cornstarch
and 3/4 T. water.
7. Serve over hot rice and ENJOY!!!!!
(Next time, I'm going to use boneless thighs and double the sauce recipe. If making for just you and AJ, you can reduce the amount of chicken and keep the sauce the same.)
hungryalldtime 9m ago
JRowler 3y agoI agree with brandyshiverdeckergrassmann, nothing like expected. Runny sauce. Not a one liked this,. Not making again.
Jdfarris9 3y agoVery good dish and easy to make.....not sure what these other people are whining about.......try it, you won't be disappointed
CaesaRy 3y ago
Artformz 3y agoI added a little honey. Delicious!
zelynamontalvo 3y agoDeeelish
kelly62cooking 3y agothis is a family favorite. A little more red pepper flakes for a spicier dish.
brandyshiverdeckergrassmann 3y agoI made this last night, it was nothing like I expected. It was entirely too spicy, so I had to make something separate for my 4 yr old daughter. My husband wouldn't eat it. All in all a fail. I love bourbon chicken and so does everyone I know...This is not bourbon chicken!!! Its more like General Tso's chicken from a Chinese restaurant.
good_shepherd 3y agogreat recipe for the sauce, i modified it.. u can use teriyaki instead of soy. also add some honey smoke bbq sauce to the sauce and it makes it crazy good. can use roasted garlic paste too or garlic powder.
sanassaiyed 3y agoAwesome recipe and really easy to make! It was my first dish I ever cooked& my family loved it!