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Szechuan Sauce Chicken

Works well with shrimp pork eyeballs or chicken.

Szechuan sauce chicken. Stir to dissolve cornstarch. Advertisement sichuan cuisine is well known and loved for its bold flavours which comes from the generous use of garlic red chilies and sichuan peppercorn. Garnish with sesame seeds and serve over rice. A classic chinese style dish that tastes just as good as what youd get at a restaurant.

Szechuan chicken recipe if you are craving some chinese food this recipe is your new go to. Im always making our favorite take. Also feel free to make a batch of szechuan sauce and refrigerate for late use. The chicken had an exceptionally good flavor and served with rice is a definite winner.

Recipe notes while szechuan chicken is best paired with steamed rice you can also opt for noodles to tame the spiciness. Directions mix ginger garlic red pepper soy sauce chili garlic sauce and sugar in a pan and warm to near boiling. Amazing and authentic szechuan sauce recipe. Is bursting with flavor and its so simple to make.

Use as a flavorful stir fry sauce for veggies or noodles or as a flavorful marinade for tofu chicken shrimp or beef. Szechuan sauce is an ultra flavorful extremely tasty dipping sauce thats perfect on meat chicken stir fried veggies with fried rice and chinese noodles or even with soups. Szechuan chicken is a delicious and flavourful dish made by tossing chicken in spicy sour hot tongue tickling sichuan sauce. Combine broth and cornstarch in small bowl.

Also brown or jasmine rice works well with it. Remember those super flavorful spicy mc donalds. Perfectly spicy this szechuan chicken recipe is all kinds of delicious. Its best with chicken nuggets.

Healthier than store bought versions with no preservatives or msg it is gluten free adaptable and vegan. In the us szechuan chicken has come to mean bite size pieces of chicken thighs either fried or pan fried in szechuan sauce. I forgot that szechuan chicken usually doesnt come with sauce. Szechuan chicken comes from the region of sichuan in china and is meant to be pretty spicy.

When i selected this recipe i expected something along the lines of kung pao chicken which usually comes with sauce. Add chicken and sauce to skillet and toss until coated.