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    Posted: 08 June 2018 at 15:55

Thank you for posting the blog link ..  

Looks quite enticing  ..  

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Many years ago, in Frostburg, MD, of all places, we stumbled on a small pan-Asian restaurant that put its own twist on things. And did it brilliantly! For instance, they took the classic Chinese Orange Chicken and subbed tangerines. Delicious!

I’ve wanted to replicate it ever since. Unfortunately, I’d not found an Orange Chicken recipe that was suitable enough to convert. Until now. Once again, Lisa Goldfinger and her Panning the Globe blog have come through for me.

We made her Orange Chicken dish last night. Like most Chinese---make that Asian---cookery, the work is in the prep. Actual cooking doesn’t take much time at all. So the recipe initially looks more complicated and time consuming than it really is.

I used skinless/boneless thighs for the dish, because dark meat has more flavor than the breasts, and it worked out well. I happened to have dried tangerine peel on hand, so used that instead of the orange zest. And I used fresh-squeezed orange juice.

Served it with fried rice and Chinese veggies. All in all, a great meal. More to the point, I’ll be making it again, using tangerine juice, to see if I can recapture the dish we had that time.

If you want to give Orange Chicken a try, you can find Lisa’s recipe here:

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