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I admit, I am a sucker for little pieces of fried chicken breast. I especially love these chicken breast pieces when they come coated in an orange glaze. You might think that you have to visit your nearest Chinese restaurant to get this saucy treat, but you don’t. Instead, make them in your own kitchen!
Not many restaurants use breast meat, it’s mostly thigh, which is ok, but not as good as breast in my opinion. So when I tried this recipe I was skeptical of how the sweet chili sauce was going to play with the Franks red hot and mayo (which is a sauce combination I use often for dipping). To my surprise, they played very well with each other. As far as the chicken itself, these little fried pillows of tastiness really are crispy on the outside and tender and juicy on the inside. This dish will make you the star of your next Asian inspired dinner party.
Recipe courtesy of Damn Delicious.
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Quick Tip: Make it an authentic Chinese food night and bust out your chopsticks when eating this delish dish!