If you’re looking for ways to spice up boring old chicken breast, this Keto Bites: General Tso’s Chicken is bursting with flavor thanks to a delicious and easy sauce! Keto Bites: General Tso’s Chicken – You must try this recipe.
I make these chicken wings for my family or friends, they are always a huge hit. Everyone loves them! Keto Bites: General Tso’s Chicken.
This chicken is fantastic. I think the depth of flavor that the Hoisen sauce adds makes it worth the extra few carbs, same goes with the chili paste.
If you’re in a bind for time and can’t cook them in the oven, there’s an easy solution. Instead of only par-frying them, fry them so they’re cooked all the way through, drizzle the sauce on top, and serve.
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