Asian at Household | Effortless& Nutritious Orange Chicken

There is no deep fry approach nor tons of sugar in the recipe. So you won’t really feel poor at all even however if you consume this every day! I basically intended every day, due to the fact it is so great I do not intellect having this healthy orange hen!

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Orange Chicken Substances
Serves 2

For The Chicken
2 boneless,skinless hen breast (Roughly 1 lb.)
2 tsp. Soy sauce
2 tsp. Shaoxing wine (Chinese cooking wine) (
2 tsp. Cornstarch
1/2 tsp. Baking soda
1/8 tsp. Black pepper

For the Orange Chicken Sauce
1 Tbs. Hoisin sauce (
1 Tbs. Sambal (Chili garlic sauce) (
1 Tbs. Sugar
2 tsp. Soy sauce
Fresh juice type 1 orange

2 Garlic cloves
Fresh ginger, exact volume with garlic
2 Inexperienced onions
3 Tbs. Large smoke level cooking oil (These types of as peanut, canola, vegetable, sunflower or avocado oil)
Sesame seeds


24 thoughts on “Asian at Household | Effortless& Nutritious Orange Chicken”

  1. your food is so flavorful! One of the best Asian cooks I have ever tasted food from. Keep the upbeat attitude. YOu make my day!

  2. Is this ok to use without fresh ginger? Or will there be a real noticeable difference? I forgot to get ginger from the store but I have the powdered kind. Idk how much of that to add.

  3. Thank you so much for the recipe and guide.I just made this and it was great. However, I found the orange flavor to be too muted for my taste. How can I amp up that orange flavor without ruining things? I was thinking of zesting some of the orange skin into the orange sauce. Thoughts?

  4. Made this recipe. It was so good i wanted to go outside n bust 2 shots in the air!! My compliments to the chef! Had to subscribe.

  5. WARNING: Chinese restaurants DO NOT put baking soda IN THEIR MARINADE! However, they do prep the meat by tenderising WITH baking soda first for 10-15 minutes then they rinse it off under cold water. This helps minimise the metallic taste and the sodium content then they proceed with the marination.

    If you put baking soda in with the marinade, it changes the flavour of the dish completely.

    Also, baking soda tenderising method ONLY WORKS with chunks of meat. Never attempt to tenderise grounded meat with baking soda, and do not tenderise the meat for too long. It becomes inedible!

  6. Just returned from a trip to Asia, loved the food and wanted to cook Asian food at home. Tried this recipe today and it was delicious! Thank you for sharing. Love your videos!

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