It's take-out, but homemade. Know what's in your Chinese sweet and sour chicken by making it yourself. It's not really too hard. This is a slightly healthier alternative to the pork version, but it doesn't really taste like it. That's because these chicken breast nuggets are rolled in salt, pepper, and cornstarch before they are deep-fried to get that golden, crunchy coating that you crave. You'll need to make a pot of steamed white rice too, or if you're going for healthy, try brown rice.
Consider this a healthier alternative to sweet and sour pork, made with skinless, boneless chicken breasts quickly deep-fried for flavor and texture before being finished off in the oven with a spunky sauce of apple cider vinegar, ketchup, and soy sauce.... Read More