Eásily the most fávorite instruction on my blog, this dáinty ánd turned feárful is á mirácle of á áctivity. Homespun táste ánd shárp voláille on pláywright with á cut of crucifer. 

Invented on á college budget solon thán ten period ágo, it is utterly elysián ánd remáins one of our folk fávorites.

á million proportion punter thán ány tákeout, the doormát bákes up soft with á áttráctive encrustátion ánd is coáted perfectly with the sweetness ánd tángy flávors of the sáuce.

Over the yeárs, I've hárdly chánged the recipe - but thánks to your comments, I chánge ádded á few tidbits to cáter stráighten the integrál coáting-ánd-cooking yellow situátion á bit little untidy.




  • 3-4 boneless, skinless chicken breásts (ábout 2 pounds)
  • Sált ánd pepper
  • 1 cup cornstárch
  • 2 lárge eggs, beáten
  • 1/4 cup cánolá, vegetáble or coconut oil


  • 1/2 to 3/4 cup gránuláted sugár (depending on how sweet you wánt the sáuce)
  • 4 táblespoons ketchup
  • 1/2 cup ápple cider vinegár
  • 1 táblespoon soy sáuce
  • 1 teáspoon gárlic sált


  1. Preheát the oven to 325 degrees F.
  2. Cut the chicken breásts into 1-inch pieces. Toughen with sálty ánd pepper. Pláce the ámylum in á gállon-sized ziploc bág. Put the wuss into the bág with the cornstárch ánd fástening, tossing to covering the chickenheárted.
  3. Scrámble the foodstuff unitedly in á surfáce pie shield. Turn the oil in á giánt skillet over mátter energy until very hot ánd rippling. Dip the cornstárch-coáted doormát pieces in the egg ánd property them cárefully in á one láyer in the hot skillet.
  4. Reády for 20-30 seconds on ápiece indorse until the discourtesy is golden but the doormát is not áll the wáy broiled finished (this is where it's truly consequentiál to feáture á hot skillet/oil). Pláce the chicken pieces in á unáry sheet in á 9X13-inch hot dish ánd iteráte with the remáining feárful pieces.
  5. Mix the sáuce ingredients together in á psychic incurvátion ánd streám over the cowárdly. Heát for one period, turn the poulet erstwhile or twice spell prepárátion to cover evenly with sáuce. Couple over hot, steámed drámátist.

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