Homemade Sweet and Sour Chinese Chicken Balls #dinner #appetizers

Homemade Sweet and Sour Chinese Chicken Balls #dinner #appetizers

I am a tremendous fanatic of Chinese take-out. I will be straightforward and state we get it about two times per month, however the main thing the children and I like from Chinese take-out? Is the Sweet and Sour Chicken balls. It was as of late drew out into the open that they don't have Sweet and Sour Chicken Balls in the United States. WHAT?

This can't be valid. A companion of mine let me know so I solicited a couple from different companions and keeping in mind that they state they do have prepared chicken (we do as well!), they don't have Sweet and Sour Chicken balls (they are NOT something very similar). My brain is totally blown on the grounds that these are the best things EVER.

These tasty wads of mixture loaded up with enormous lumps of chicken are flavorful. Succulent, and when plunged or showered with your preferred Sweet and Sour sauce are the best! My children love them and keeping in mind that I do eat egg moves also, this is all they'll eat. So when we make our Chinese take-out request we ordinarily need to get 3-4 boxes of them and they cost an incredible $9.99 each case. So it was just common I've been pestering my significant other to take a stab at making them, and he blew it out of the recreation center. They taste simply like take-out.

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Homemade Sweet and Sour Chinese Chicken Balls #dinner #appetizers

Ingredients for Batter:

  • 1 cup flour
  • 1 cup cornstarch
  • 1 tbsp baking powder
  • 1 tbsp garlic powder
  • 1 tsp salt and pepper
  • 2 cups water

Directions:

  1. Mix all dry ingredients together thoroughly and add 1 cup of water.
  2. Stir together gradually adding the remaining water until you get a smooth and creamy batter.
  3. Set aside.
  4. In a medium/ large pot, heat 4 cups oil to 375.

Chicken Balls:

  1. Cut 6 boneless, skinless chicken breasts into bite-size pieces.
  2. Dunk chicken into the batter with a clean wet hand for maximum coverage of batter.
  3. Carefully drop battered balls into hot grease. (When they float back up to the top, give them a spin).
  4. Cook until golden brown all around and scoop them into a paper towel-lined bowl. (I like the containers though).
  5. We don’t make our own sauce, we usually freeze containers when we get them from take-out or buy some at the store (homemade never tastes the same to me). But once you’ve found your favorite, pour-over chicken balls and enjoy.

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