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Rock on! Fantastic! Made last night and everyone enjoyed it,including the 2 kids I was baby-sitting who are extremely picky eaters. Served with rice and sweet and sour sauce (receipe # 362295). Will use this recipe over and over again!

Note: I did have to cook my chicken longer the second time, but that may have been b/c I had quite thick chunks of meat.

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KayKayPuff June 05, 2011

yummo! the family loved it! my future hubby said it tasted better then Chinese takeout.I made a sweet and sour sauce to go with it but will definately try your Orange sauce next time! :D:D

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^RoSe^ May 27, 2010

Everyone thought it looked and tasted just like authentic chinese! Not too difficult. The sause was pretty good, but im not big on orange sause so im going to try it with a different sause next time. Im going to do it this way from now on. Very tender! Thanx!

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dawn.lucy November 21, 2009

Used this recipe for PAC Fall 2009. When preparing this recipe I was very skeptical acout saoking the chicken in the soy/egg white mixture as I am not a huge fan of soy sauce. So I made half w/o soaking. I cooked the soyed pieces first & they were great! I went back and soaked the remaining pieces. I loved the cooking in two steps. It produced a tender juicy meat without a heavy or oily result. It's a frying method I will use from now on when doing chicken for chinese style dishes. Served with Birdies Orange Sauce. Great recipe. Will use often.

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Janie Cooper October 02, 2009

This was pretty simple and easy. I halved the recipe for a family of 4 and it worked well. I also made your "Orange Chicken Sauce " to go with the chicken.

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daisygrl64 August 08, 2009
Chinese Style Fried Chicken