Not only you can use this orange sauce to make orange chicken or a quick stir fry, you can even make roasted vegetables with it! Do you want to whip up a healthy dinner on the table on a busy weeknight? Over the years, I found out that mastering the few key components of stir frying is much more useful than just learning a recipe. That is — to understand the process of stir frying, how to choose and prep ingredients, and how to make a great stir fry sauce. If you get these few tools under your belt, not only can you make your favorite takeout dish in your own kitchen that tastes even better than those in Chinese restaurants, but the whole process will become less intimidating — and the results more delicious!
Homemade Orange Chicken Sauce (and How to Make 3 Different Meals with It)
Spicy Orange Dipping Sauce - My Food and Family
Recipe by: Valerie Brunmeier. See Chef John make a perfect dipping sauce for fried or baked chicken tenders. I substituted chicken tenders in a coconut shrimp recipe, and used this dipping sauce. This is a perfect blend of only 4 ingredients with NO cooking. Very good sauce. Quick and easy with few ingredients. Didn't have hot sauce, Dijon or honey on hand so I substituted Cajun seasoning, yellow mustard and agave.
Coconut Shrimp with Orange-Chili Dipping Sauce
Use it with your favorite protein source for a tasty and easy dinner. As you can see in the image below, the Maple Syrup left version looks a lot more like a traditional Orange Sauce, while the version sweetened with Dates right is a lot thicker. I personally preferred the sauce made with Maple Syrup, but have included both versions in the recipe below! Should I skip the cornstarch if I use the dates instead of maple syrup?
Great orange flavor - tastes similar to restaurant Crispy Orange Chicken. The following changes should improve texture After frying chicken keep warm on baking sheet in oven. Reduce cornstarc I made this yesterday but, althoough I adjusted the cornstarch amount, we didn't care that much for the sauce.