I know I write that all of my meals are delicious, but this one turned out like overly the top I could eat it everyday for weeks delicious! Seriously, this meal was so freaking good. This Asian-inspired Paleo blog is 3/3 with the recipes that I've tried. Although I am not sure if I'd put this one in the category of easy bulk meal prep recipes, but if you have some time to heat up a few batches of chicken in the wok or large skillet, this one is 100% worth trying out. On another note, I also had to quintuple the recipe below to get enough meals, so most people probably won't need to do that. Back to the recipe though... I pre-cut the stir-fry ingredients and marinated the chicken the day before cooking to help ease the meal prep Sunday load. Definitely make sure you thinly slice the chicken breast! While the chicken was cooking, I threw the sweet and sour sauce into the blender and heated up some plain frozen cauliflower rice in the microwave. There was SO much sauce at the end to throw over top of each meal that the plain cauliflower rice had plenty of flavoring once all put together. I personally did not use white pepper, but black pepper instead, and opted for the apple cider vinegar over the rice vinegar. As far the oils, I do recommend sticking to the sesame oil for the chicken marinade, but you can easily swap avocado oil for something like coconut oil instead when heating up the chicken. Basically, don't be discouraged by the ingredient list and make it work if you can, because this meal turned out tasting absolutely amazing!
Chinese Sweet and Sour Chicken
Sweet and Sour Chicken:
Season the chicken:
Original recipe found here
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