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Chinese food is one of my favorite things to eat. I absolutely love it! However, I don’t love the price of taking 5 people to the local buffet as it can get kind of pricey. So, what should I do? Why, make my own Asian-inspired feast right from my kitchen, of course!
I was so excited to come across this recipe for the 3-ingredient orange chicken sauce. If you don’t have a great sauce, your whole Chinese meal can go right down the tubes. This sauce is so good and very easy to make.
Recipe courtesy of the Crafty Morning.
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Quick Tip: To make the sauce less sugary, opt to use sugar-free marmalade.