- 2/3 cup vinegar
- 8tbs brown sugar
- 2tbs ketchup
- 2tsp soy sauce
- 4tsp corn starch mixed with 8tsp water
- Pineapple chunk (diced)
- 2 large green pepper (optional)
- 2 sticks of carrot (optional)
- 1 bulb of onion (optional)
- Garlic (optional)
- Ginger (optional)
- Food coloring (optional). Restaurants use this to give it a rich red color. We don't need it, do we?
For chicken batter
- 1/3 corn starch
- 1/3 flour
- 1 tbs baking powder
- 1 tbs soy sauce
- Mix corn starch, flour, baking powder, water and soy sauce. Add the chicken and make sure it's well soaked in the mixture. Allow to marinade for 10 minutes.
- Remove and fry in hot oil.
- Set aside.
- Wash the green pepper, remove the seeds and dice.
- Wash and scrap the carrots and cut thinly.
- Wash and slice the onions
- Grate some ginger
- Cut some garlic
- Add very little oil to a pan and add 1 - 5 above. Stir-fry on low heat.
- Get a bowl. Add and mix the vinegar, brown sugar, ketchup, soy sauce.
- Get another clean bowl. Add and mix the corn starch and water.
- Add 8 to 7 and mix again.
- Add 9 to 6 and bring to boil. It thickens here. You can always add a corn starch and water mixture for a thicker consistency.
- Add the fried chicken.
- Add the diced pineapple chunk and stir.
- Serve with Chinese (basmati) rice, Singapore noodles, egg fried rice or even your regular rice or pasta.
I served it with Chinese rice. I'm sorry I forgot to take a picture. You should try it, you'll love it. Send me photos when you do. Thanks for reading again and your kind words. Please send me recipes, topics and posts. Dr. Lini and Larmmie where are you? Shout out to new blogheart Engr Duvy/Beauty By Duvy. I saw your kind words, thanks for reading through the posts.
Talk to you soon. Talk to me before then. All my love, Anuoluwapo.
*Tbs = Tablespoon
Tsp = Teaspoon
As e dey hot = Fresh