I am a huge fan of Asian food, especially Thai and Chinese food, so when I came across a recipe for Cambodian Orange Chicken on Pinterest I knew I had to try it. The recipe was super easy and the end result was delicious. The chicken was well seasoned, juicy and the orange sauce was an amazing combination of sweet and sour. So far my favorite chicken dish!
Finally, after much anticipation, one of the best things to come out of Cambodia in the last decade is Orange Chicken. And it’s even better than the Chinese takeout version, because it’s not fried in oil—it’s baked in a sweet sauce that marries the sweet and tangy flavors of orange and garlic.
In this post I’ll show you how easy it is to make this Cambodian orange chicken dish. This recipe is based on a popular and easy recipe by an Indian chef named “Curry Up Now”.. Read more about cambodian chicken recipes and let us know what you think.
Crispy fried chicken is coated in an orange sauce in this delectable simple Cambodian orange chicken dish. Simply get a bottle of Panda Orange sauce or a large jar from Costco to make it simple and quick.
|4 chicken breasts, peeled and cut into bite-size pieces|
|Mixture for tempura batter|
|Deep fried chicken in oil according to package directions.|
|1 tablespoon fresh ginger, julienned|
|1 tablespoon zest of orange|
|1 tablespoon toasted sesame seeds as a finishing touch|
|1 green onion (for decoration)|
|1 bottle orange sauce from the store|
Easy Cambodian Orange Chicken Recipe Directions
- Combine all ingredients and deep fried the chicken as directed on the box; drain and put aside.
- In a frying pan, heat the oil and cook the ginger and orange zest until fragrant.
- Then add the chicken and the orange sauce (enough to cover the meat), stir fried until everything is thoroughly mixed and heated through, then remove from the heat and garnish with sesame seeds and green onion.
Serve with rice, hot or warm.
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daily value in percent
Carbohydrates in total 15g 5%
260mg Cholesterol 87 percent
24 g (31% of total fat)
Saturated fat (saturated fat) (saturated fat) (saturated fat) (
2 g dietary fiber (7% of total)
86g 172 percent protein
Sodium 254mg (11% sodium)
12 g of sugars (24%)
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