Top-ranked recipe named "Sweet, Sticky and Spicy Chicken"
Flavor like a PF Chang's chicken.
"I just made this recipe again using chicken wings. I only used a 1/4 cup of low sodium soy sauce. I added extra garlic and some chili garlic sauce. I mixed all the ingredients together (minus flour) and marinated the chicken in the sauce for about 2 hrs. I then baked the wings on a cookie sheet at 425 degrees for 30 min. With the remaining sauce I boiled in a sauce pan and stirred in a 1/2 tablespoon of cornstarch to thicken. When the chicken wings were done I drizzled the sauce over them. Very flavorful but next time I may use half the ginger for a different taste."- mogriff1
1. Mix together brown sugar, honey, soy sauce, ginger, garlic and hot sauce in a small sauce pan simmer while cooking chicken. This should help thicken it for sticking to the chicken stirps.
2. Combine flour, salt and pepper in bag and coat the chicken strips.
3. Heat oil in a large skillet over medium-high heat. Add chicken strips and brown on both sides, about 1 minute per side.
Pour the sauce over the chicken. Simmer uncovered until the sauce thickens, 8 to 10 minutes.
The sauce thickened and stuck to the chicken nicely but had no extra sauce for gravy so added 1/2 cup chicken broth.
Can increase/reduce hot sauce to your spicy desires.
vinman152000 2 months agoThis was excellent. Loved the sweet heat taste. We used Sriracha sauce for the hot sauce
tcats6 2 months agoNice sauce consistency. Will probably transfer to another pan to combine next time as there was a hint of burnt flour in the finished product due to the the flour burned on the bottom of the pan.
mistyleeguthrie 5 months agoMy family loved this. I did not have soy, so I substituted teriyaki instead. It was great. Not salty at all, just delicious!
Dee0019 6 months agoThis is pretty awesome, and I made this for Father's Day this year and the family loved it!!!
AmosB 7 months ago
AmosB 9 months agoThis was the real deal. My kids & I had great time making it and it was a better eating it.
Thekidsmom1224 10 months agoAdding the OJ as suggested by many reviewers helped. Otherwise, it was way oversalted. I did brown the chicken on both sides in multiple batches to get it a bit more 'fried' before adding the sauce. We didn't need more sauce; but there was no sauce left in the pan after the chicken was served.
southrngurl 10 months ago
mkenon88 10 months agoLoved it! Went a little light on the soy sauce from everyone's warnings! It was fantastic!
morganswitzer 10 months agoTook everyone's advice and added oj... Amazing!