Homemade takeout. It's great for when you want the satisfying crunchy saucy chicken but don't wanna feel bad about it afterward... because of the ingredients or the money. My favorite thing to order is sesame chicken. I love how crispy the chicken is, even the next day from the fridge. I also love when the rice and the broccoli get all saucy. It's so good. I've tried a few different homemade take out recipes and I've been disappointed. Either the sauce wasn't flavorful or the chicken wasn't crisp. Hopefully this will satisfy you like it has me. We made this for our movie night and thoroughly enjoyed it. So, let's make Sesame Chicken together...
These cookies are chewy, soft, crisp on the edges, and full of warm yummy spices. If you've ever had a Chai tea latte then you can understand the flavor profile I was aiming for here. They taste almost like a snickerdoodle but with a bit more depth/complexity. They are SO good. When I was making these I accidentally put one more egg than I meant to... but I actually think they turned out better this way. I think that's what made them spread so much. If I were Alton Brown I'd know for sure, but I do know that these are yum and you should make them. Let's make Vanilla Chai Cookies together...
Yes. Gluten Free, crispy, flavorful, homemade chicken nuggets that are kind of whole 30 and accidentally taste like Chick-fil-a. I don't know what else to say except that I'm amazed and so happy that these turned out how they did. Jeremy loves them so much he ate them all in two days. I made a big batch and had them in the fridge and He just popped them in the toaster oven when he came home for lunch. So thankfully they taste just as good as leftovers. You could definitely freeze them and reheat them in the oven. They're super good and super easy. Let's make chicken nuggets together...