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Thursday, June 6, 2024

Orange Chicken Recipe

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Orange Chicken Recipe - (Main Dishes, Chicken)

Ingredients:

2 whole chicken breasts (boneless & skinless)
2 tablespoons butter (or margarine, melted, butter is better)
1/2 teaspoon paprika
1/4 cup onion (finely chopped)
1 teaspoon salt (optional)
1/4 teaspoon rosemary (dried & crushed)
Pinch of black pepper
1 cup orange juice
1 orange rind (finely grated)
1 tablespoon cornstarch
2 tablespoons Worcestershire sauce

*If you like a sweeter recipe add 2 teaspoons of sugar to the process, but the sugar in the orange juice will provide a hint of sweetness that works well.

Directions:

Arrange the chicken breasts in a shallow 13x9 baking dish. Drizzle melted butter over the chicken breasts, and sprinkle with the paprika. Combine the onion, salt, rosemary, pepper, orange juice, orange rind, cornstarch, and Worcestershire sauce. Pour it over the chicken. Bake at 325 degrees for 40 minutes or until tender. Baste the chicken occasionally with the pan juice.

Thoughts On Orange Chicken:

Ok, you are craving a great chicken dish. What to do? You think to yourself, "I want Orange Chicken." but you don't know where to get a nice recipe. It comes to you, grab your phone, search robertfwest.com, and find the Orange Chicken Recipe! There's this feeling of excitement as you read the recipe. You decide you have to make this recipe. Your tastebuds demand it! You gather your ingredients and follow the cooking directions in the recipe. It is finally done! Your plate is fixed. You take a bite and then it hits you. It's the flavor you have been searching for all this time. You ride off into the sunset with your Orange Chicken embraced. You are happy!

More Information For You:

The Orange Chicken recipe was introduced in the early 1800s by Chinese-American immigrants. In the 1950s Chinese restaurants began modifying Orange Chicken recipes to satisfy the demand of American customers. Lift Enrichment wrote a great article called The Story of Orange Chicken (How It Came To America) where you can learn more about the origin of Orange Chicken.

Some Questions For You:

Would you mind sharing your experience of Orange Chicken with me? Share your comments below. If you haven't tried this wonderful recipe yet you are in for a delightful treat. Did you take a gander at yesterday's recipe? It is called No Bake Banana Pudding Pie Recipe so be very careful with that one. You may be overcome with the feeling of hoarding it all to yourself once you taste it. The recipe was created by my eldest daughter. She made it for my birthday and you can read all about it. You're welcome!

My Thoughts For Today:

Fake mouse prank!

My manager is terrified of mice, especially dead mice. We all have fears but this particular fear is crippling for my boss. My co-workers created this fake mouse and decided to present it to her. I was not involved in this but didn't want to miss the expression on my boss's face when she saw it.

One co-worker carefully held the fake mouse and began walking towards my boss in the breakroom. My boss raised an eyebrow and asked "What do you have in your hands?" in a suspecting tone. She got a tiny peek at the fake mouse and sprang from her chair in a panic kicking and screaming.

Even after she found out it was fake she still wanted nothing to do with it. I admit this is not a nice thing to do to a person who is afraid of mice. In our daily work, and during break time, we try to make the work environment fun. It gives us entertaining memories to recall.

For any of my employers who may read this, the mouse was made from trash material and not on company time. Also, no mice were harmed in the making of this joke.

Keep on cooking!


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