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"This is amazing. I usually make it without the first stage frying. We don't get General Tso's chicken in the UK, but my partner thinks this is better than what he's tried in the States. Thanks so much!"
"This was gorgeous. I made it with less chile because we don't like things too spicy, and I had to omit the lime leaf since I couldn't get them here. Otherwise, It was very good even with those minor changes. Update: I've made this so many times now. I've found that using palm sugar instead of brown sugar helps give it a more authentic flavor."
"I do this the same way, more or less, except that I tend to let the meat cool a bit and shred by hand. Chicken in soups is always better shredded to me, because it sxeems more like home cooking. :-)"
"This was very nice. I did need to cover it while cooking because it was getting far too dark. Perhaps my balsamic vinegar wasn't high enough quality, but this was still pretty sour after cooking without any hint of sweetness. To help counteract that, I drizzled each chicken breast with store-bought sweet balsamic syrup prior to serv ing, which ..."
"Perfect! I used unsalted butter, and now I have a jar of wonderfully fragrant ghee in my fridge. I did burn myself through my own stupidity, so let that be a warning to all to be careful of the hot butter!"
"Very nice. I doubled the amount of onion because I like it and used vegetable stock, but followed everything else as stated. I served this with salmon and sugar snap peas. I will definitely be making this again!"
"These were fabulous. People asked for the recipe after, and my leek-hating partner ate it without any of his usual complaints! The stock really took away what greasiness the butter may give, and the thyme really made the dish. I used a bit more pepper because I like it so much. When I served these, I used a slotted spoon, but plenty of the liq..."
"According to my partner, this turned a "great" meal into a "perfect" meal. This was so easy to make (mix the flour with the melted butter before the other ingredients to avoid flour lumps). I have a feeling this will become a staple side dish in my household. It was even tasty the next morning for breakfast with a little maple syrup! I may try..."