Sweet and Sour Chicken
- Pineapple Juice½ cup
- Corn Starch1 tablespoon
- Corn Flour1 cup
- White Sugar¼ cup
- Brown Sugar¼ cup
- Sesame Seeds1 cup
- Rice1 cup (uncooked)
- Red Bell Pepper1 (chopped)
- White Onion1 (chopped)
- Lemon Juice2 tablespoon
- Soy Sauce2 teaspoon (each for chicken and sauce)
- White Vinegar2 teaspoon (each for chicken and sauce)
- Pepperto taste
- Saltto taste
- Tomato paste1 tablespoon
- Chicken Breast3 fillet (cut into cubes)
Featuring: Chefintissar & Di_immi
Food Crowd is welcoming Ramadan with open arms, sharing some delicious recipes with our crowd! 30 days, 30 recipes and 4 talented chefs with surprise guests are coming your way; Welcome to Ramadan with Food Crowd.
In today’s episode, Chef Intissar and the ever jolly, Di immi (@di_immi), have an exciting Ramadan dish in store which is surely our crowd’s favorite!
A delicious dish with the perfect balance of zing and sweet to satisfy your cravings this Ramadan; Sweet and Sour Chicken.
Marinate the chicken cubes with salt, pepper, soy sauce, and vinegar. Add egg to the marinated chicken as the binding agent and mix them all well. In another bowl, make the sauce for some gravy; add lemon juice, tomato paste, soya sauce, vinegar, black pepper, brown sugar, white sugar, cornflour/corn starch, and the main ingredient pineapple juice. Mix everything. Once you’re done, it’s time to fry the chicken. Heat the oil and roll the chicken in flour and drop in oil. Meanwhile, in a pan, heat the oil and cook the vegetables. While those saute, add some oil, rice, and water in a pot. Bring it to a boil. Once the vegetables are cooked, add the fried chicken and sauce to it. Plate it with rice as the base.
Enjoy this tasty meal for iftar with your friends and family!
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Watch the full recipe here: https://youtu.be/VT_XxF8X7bE