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Old 11-22-2004, 10:39 AM   #11
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Originally Posted by amber

I am making your sesame chicken tomorrow night for dinner. How long did you marinade yours? I think I might bake it, or maybe make some fried and some baked to taste the difference. Im trying to cut down on fried foods. I'll do what Wayne said and partially bake it with foil, then finish it off uncovered to crisp it up. Also, Im going to use chicken breasts and slice them into "tenders" size pieces and pound them out. Thanks for the recipe, it sounds great, my daughter is looking forward to this.
good luck amber,i'm sure yours will turn out great too :) ,u can marinade it for 3,4 hours,or if u r in a hurry,a couple hours will be ok too.As for preventing it from sticking with the pan when baking,how about if u grease the pan well with olive oil or butter,u got to use some oil in this recipe anyway even if you bake it,i think it wont taste as great without any oil.

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Old 11-22-2004, 05:11 PM   #12
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The sesame chicken was great! We baked it and drizzled just a bit of canola oil over the tenders. We also added a bit of cayenne to the marinade. The only thing that was missing was a dipping sauce, which GB? I think asked about tonight. Next time I will make the orange marmalade and horseradish sauce, or maybe apricot jam with horseradish. Oh and I didnt use foil over the chicken while it baked. We also tried a small batch of the fried sesame chicken to compare. The fried was great too! So if you want to cut some calories, bake it, it tastes exactly the same. Thanks Sarah, my daughter loved it, actually she made it, with my guidance, she is only 13, but loves to cook and is trying to cut down on fat and fried foods.

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