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Many people I know already make a chicken recipe that calls for a ketchup-brown sugar sauce. But does that mean we shouldn’t feature one? No! There must be some CookKosher.com members out there who don’t already have these keeper in their arsenal. And if you’re one mom who is trying to figure out more dishes that your kids will actually eat, add this to the list: Sweet and Sour Chicken by member SonnyJoon.
One of the things we love about the recipes we posted in this series is that they’re tried-and-true recipes that other moms have used and loved. If it works for you, it will most likely work for us too.
Looking for similar recipes? Check out our other kechup-brown sugar chickens
. This include recipes like sesame chicken, BBQ, teriyaki, and the quickest chicken ever...
She also fills you in on what you need to know to make sambousak
, complete with step-by-step photos. It’s a great item to make for Purim (when we traditionally eat foods with something hidden inside because the miracle of Purim was a hidden miracle).
Or go sans sauce. The chicken is good on it’s own too.