needed something for supper, spent all day blowing snow and then working on snowmobiles, well all right did a bit of riding as well. anyway kinda hungry and didnt want to take the time to smoke anything. had these chicken breasts in the fridge. * trimmed the fat from them and cut into pieces. * needed to fry that chicken up, here we have flour, egg dip, and corn starch. * coat with flour first, then into the egg and then last in the corn starch. * in a pan with hot oil fry the checken pieces up, i used about 3 cups of oil. spose a deep fryer, fry daddy, or even a wok might be better than a plain pan like this but it was handy... * as you get pieces fried, about 6 minutes... set on plate with paper towels to drain. * for the orange sauce, orange juice, brown sugar, a little bit of sirracha hot sauce, some soy sauce, and a bit of ground ginger. * stir ingreds till all dissolved. i also chopped up the green onions in small pieces and set aside. * dumped the oil from the pan i fried the chicken in and wiped out, and poured the mixture into it and put on heat. * at same time i started some rice, i cheated and used minute rice so if using the real deal need to start sooner. * when sauce reaches boiling i added in thickner i made with corn starch and water. * keep stirring until sauce thickens, it dont take long... * add the chicken pieces to the sauce. * make sure all pieces get thouroughly coated with the sauce and the chicken is reheated thru. * add the green onions, flip the pan a few times if you dare to mix. * and serve over hot rice, like the flavor from the orange juice and the heat from the sirracha sauce. good stuff. * if interested for the sauce... about 3 cups orange juice 3/8 cup brown sugar, was more than a 1/4, less than a half 2 tablespoons soy sauce 1 tablespoon sirracha 1 teaspoon ground ginger * for the thickner, 3 tablespoons corn starch with just enough water to make it pourable. * thks for cking my pics.