- 1 1/4 pounds chicken breast fillets (about 3 breasts, cut into cubes)
- 3/4 cup flour (we used white whole wheat)
- 3 tablespoons coconut oil
- 2 navel oranges
- 1/2 cup barbecue sauce
- 2 tablespoons lite soy sauce (optional tamari)
PER SERVING *
|Calories310Calories from Fat90|
|% DAILY VALUE*|
|Calories from Fat90|
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* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your Daily Values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.
Will 3 days ago
It was a good meal for a weeknight
Let's Eat 12 days ago
I double everything, It was bad. I wish I had only used 1 orange zest. I like the idea of someone else’s to add brown sugar
Vivianne 13 days ago
Sauce was very powerful
Kathleen Malayba 13 days ago
Tastes Amazing! Only added 1 orange zest instead of 2 (Still squeezed 2 oranges for the juice). Also, I added sugar for sweetness :)
Marian Hornak 20 days ago
It was good! But I felt the sauce was a bit powerful maybe I should try a different type of BBQ sauce next time! (I used Baby Rays). Oranges were good. I doubled the recipe but put only two oranges in it. And I added brown sugar to the recipe. 8/10. I also used the recommended cabbage fried rice recipe . It went great with Yum Yum sauce. But cook the cabbage longer before putting in rice.
j.a.j.s.e.m. 22 days ago
Yeah, good. Used a bourbon bbq sauce, was nice. Maybe my oranges were a bit too big, it was a bit heavy on the acid but good, yeah. No one complained and some even said, “hey, ... good, yeah.”
Nyq Good 25 days ago
Fantastic recipe! Only changed three things; 1. Coated chicken pieces in flour. Coated in egg. Coated in flour again. 2. I added 1 cup of brown sugar 3. I grated both orange zests.
Geoffrey Chard 25 days ago
the directions were spot on. very good
Karlie Troup 27 days ago
Awesome! The sauce is amazing!
Sarah D 28 days ago
Just didn't taste the way I imagined orange chicken to taste. I think it may have been because of the barbecue sauce.
Michele S. 29 days ago
Loved it! Will make again.
Aimee W. 18 Sep
Orange flavour was too strong, probably won't make this again.
Sha-Lea Myers 17 Sep
need to make sure the oil is hot otherwise it comes out glucky. other than that was very strong in orange flavour which I loved would cook again
Zuzanna Sekuła 16 Sep
Very nice, easy and fast :) yummy with rice !
Anna Tallman 14 Sep
This recipe it simple, and delicious. Adding a bit of lemon juice makes it extra sweet and fresh, and adding broccoli makes it a bit heartier, and healthier. I would recommend it to anyone.
Erik D. 13 Sep
Didn't taste very orange-ey. Was kinda bitter. probably could be better with some tweaking...could have been the type of BBQ sauce, but I'm not going to bother trying again
Lee Bauer 12 Sep
orange dauce was very off
Erin Moriarity-Hill 11 Sep
Awesome! My family loved it!
kimmen brown 9 Sep
Turned out great simple to make and vety quick and full of flavor.
mat jewell 9 Sep
the adults did not like the recipie but the kids loved it
David Veselenak 7 Sep
tastes great. wonderful flavor.
James Green 5 Sep
Turned out great! Coulda been a little more orange flavored but still really good
Stephanie S. 3 Sep
Used rice flour instead of wheat, as well as substituted bbq sauce with 2 tbsp of oyster sauce. Added a bunch more spices (garlic, nutmeg, galangal and ginger powder; 1/2 tsp each). Goes great with broccoli.
Kailee C. 2 Sep
It was pretty good! A little more orangy than I like so next time I am only going to zest and juice one naval. Mixed it in with some white rice and had the perfect at home Chinese dinner!
stacey s. 31 Aug
I used 2 very large oranges so the flavor was, well very orangy. the bbq sauce was too sweet as well. I added some siracha which helped. next time Ill add more spice, less orange. oh and I put it over riced cauliflower toake it even healthier.
Anbarin 30 Aug
4 stars: I need to make more sauce the next time
wojtek k. 29 Aug
realy nice and easy . but i had hard time to make flour stick to the meat
Debbie 29 Aug
It turned out great with some adjustments. Used 1/2 c. flour and 1 c. panko bread crumbs with a little salt and pepper, 1/2 tsp. each ground ginger and garlic powder. Did not add chicken back into sauce after cooking. Thickened sauce slightly with corn starch. Served over rice with some broccoli and sauce drizzled over.
Yalmar van Pelt 28 Aug
Given that I used a bit too much orange, the recipe was a bit too sweet for me. Just not my taste, the wife absolutely loved it.
Life of a Diamond 24 Aug
awesome. great taste, overall amazing