Bourbon Chicken

Bourbon Chicken

table align="center" cellpadding="0" cellspacing="0" class="tr-caption-container" style="margin-left: auto; margin-right: auto; text-align: center;"tbodytrtd style="text-align: center;"a href="http://4.bp.blogspot.com/--Eb2dsAFD9E/UJamOhyxhpI/AAAAAAAAE8s/gWvC7EOwDiM/s1600/C3602012-11-03-18-14-09.jpg" style="margin-left: auto; margin-right: auto;"img border="0" height="640" src="http://4.bp.blogspot.com/--Eb2dsAFD9E/UJamOhyxhpI/AAAAAAAAE8s/gWvC7EOwDiM/s640/C3602012-11-03-18-14-09.jpg" width="480" //a/td/trtrtd class="tr-caption" style="text-align: center;"Adapted from a href="http://macaroniandcheesecake.blogspot.com/2010/03/bourbon-chicken.html"Macaroni and Cheesecake/a./td/tr/tbody/tableI don't know about y'all but I have a serious weakness for Chinese food! I crave it all the time, could probably eat it almost everyday happily. However the chances of me actually having Chinese is incredibly rare. Generally I get it when my Mother In Law starts craving it and I convince her to take me to lunch. ;-) lol! Anyway, since I don't get this delicious take out very often I have started trying to make my own. I've successfully made a href="http://www.the-farmers-wife.net/2011/01/sweet-and-sour-chicken.html" target="blank"Sweet and Sour Chicken/a, and a href="http://www.the-farmers-wife.net/2011/05/cheaters-orange-chicken.html" target="blank"Orange Chicken/a that we love and recently I decided to try my hand at another classic... Bourbon Chicken!br /br /For those of you who don't drink alcohol, don't worry there isn't actually any bourbon in the recipe. This recipe is kind of a typical Chinese chicken, sour with a hint of sweet. It's incredibly easy to throw together, and when my hubby got home he said he could smell it cooking while still in his truck outside! And my boys both gobbled this up as fast as they could! I hope you enjoy this as much as we did!br /br /Ingredients:br /4-5 large boneless, skinless chicken breasts, cut into bite-size piecesbr /Olive Oil Cooking Spray (or 1 tbsp. olive oil)br /3 garlic cloves, mincedbr /1/2 teaspoon dried ground gingerbr /1/4 tsp. cayenne pepperbr /1/2 cup apple juice, or orange juicebr /2/3 cup light brown sugarbr /4 Tablespoons ketchupbr /2 Tablespoon cider vinegarbr /1 Tablespoon rice wine vinegar br /2/3 cup soy saucebr / Cornstarch Slurry:br /1 Tablespooon cornstarch/1 Tablespoon water (optional)br /br /Directions:br /Spray a large skillet with olive oil cooking spray (or use the 1 tbsp. olive oil).br /Add chicken and cook over medium heat until lightly browned. Remove chicken from skillet, and set aside. While cooking chicken mix together remaining ingredients, minus the cornstarch slurry. br /Add sauce, heating over medium heat until well mixed and dissolved. Add chicken and bring to a hard boil. Reduce heat and simmer covered, for 20 minutes, or until chicken is cooked through. If you prefer a thicker sauce, combine 1 tbsp. water and 1 tbsp. cornstarch in a separate bowl and add a little at at time to reach desired consistency (I like a thick sauce so I use all of it). Serve over hot rice, if desired.br /br /Review:br /We LOVED this!! If you're a big Chinese food fan, you HAVE to make this soon! This was probably the best bourbon chicken I've ever had, I absolutely love this with a big bowl of  rice!! SOOO yummy! 4.5 Stars.br /br /div style="text-align: center;" ispan style="font-size: x-large;"Hapspan style="font-size: x-large;"py Cooking!/span/span/i/divcenterimg height="80px" src="https://lh5.googleusercontent.com/-HH2cbuxOl7A/TlxlQ3HR6rI/AAAAAAAABdk/--Vb-WUN7lo/tfwsig.png" width="400px" //center

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