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7bb3afa9e5 The exact amount will vary depending on cooking time and temperature, ingredient density, and the specific type of oil used. I looked at several existing recipes and tasted versions of the sauce from restaurants all around New York. Its a little more complicated than my other recipe but worth the effort. My son said it was the best Chinese meal Ive ever prepared&.hmmmm, thats high praise! Thank you so much for a wonderful recipe with great instructions! Reply Kimberly The Daring Gourmet says 20 June, 2016 at 9:39 pm Thats terrific, Suzanne, Im so glad it was a family hit thank you!! Reply Fran G says 10 July, 2016 at 7:07 pm Only made one change one additional tablespoon of sugar, we like it a bit sweeter but its still not all that sweet. The trick there turned out to be adding a bit of the wet batter to the dry mix before dredging the chicken in it. Add the remaining 2 tbsp canola oil to a large skillet over medium-high heat.
If you want to create gluten-free sauce, use one of the alternative too. Regardless, it was amazing. No eggs at all, just a liquid marinade, corn starch coating afterwards. Id really appreciate any suggestions. When did you add the chicken? Reply Morgan says May 19, 2014 at 11:04 am Im sorry to hear that! I added my chicken in in the very beginning with all of the other ingredients. Just wondering would a pressure cooker or oven be ok for the General Tsos recipte? Reply Morgan says February 4, 2015 at 2:16 pm I dont know how it would work in a pressure cooker, but it most certainly would have to be adjusted. Shaoxing wine (a Chinese rice wine similar in flavor to dry sherry), soy sauce, rice vinegar, chicken stock, and sugar are the base ingredients, and they all get thickened up into a shiny glaze with a bit of corn starch. (Seriously, by the end of the Finale After-Show, I was ready to throw my TV out the window. As Seen On:.