Sweet & Sour Chicken

Feeling in the mood for something Oriental, I whipped up a simple sweet and sour chicken for dinner last night.

It’s really easy to do.

Dice up two chicken breasts (a breast per person), and add to a wok, which is already heated with coconut oil and cook. Partway through cooking, add some chopped peppers – colours of your choice – and if you fancy it, slivers of carrots.

Meanwhile, put some rice on to boil, I just used basmati, but you can use whichever rice you like the most.

In a jug, add the juice of a tin of pineapple chunks, a good generous squeeze of tomato ketchup (yes, you read the correctly!), a good dash of white wine vinegar and some honey and give it a mix. Taste to see if it’s to your liking and add more of whatever you think it needs until you are happy. I also added a little cornflour slurry (cornflour mixed with water) to help thicken the sauce.

Add the sauce to the wok and give it a good stir to make sure the chicken and veggies are nicely covered. Allow to bubble until the rice is done then throw in the pineapple chunks right at the end.

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Serve and enjoy!

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