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  1. Since going Gluten Free about 5 months ago, I had avoided my fave Asian restaurants, over fears of being “gluten-ed.” I especially missed sweet and sour chicken. Well, I made your sweet and sour chicken with your baked rice last night, and it was amazing! I kept commenting to my husband how good it was, and he agreed! Thank you SO much for sharing it. I cant wait to make it for my college kids when they come home for spring break! Because since mama is gluten free, the whole family is gluten free when they eat at home. And great recipes like yours, makes it so easy! Thanks!

  2. I made this tonight and it was FANTASTIC. I was actually blown away at how much it tasted like my favorite takeout, except better! thanks so much for sharing!

  3. Hello. Thanks for this delicious looking recipe. By chance, do you have a suggestion for someone who is allergic to pineapples? Is there something else I could add to the chicken that would give a similar flavor? Thanks.

  4. I have several kids that are sensitive to corn. What kind of starch should I use instead of cornstarch? Arrowroot? Tapioca Starch? Potato Starch?

  5. My husband and I made this tonight. It is delicious! This will be a weekly dinner for us. Thank you for sharing! 🙂

    • I used honey instead and it turned out fantastic! It also seems to make the sauce a little more sticky which makes it stick to the chicken a little better. It was great!

  6. Made this tonight and it was EXCELLENT. I added some green and yellow peppers and some red onion to the chicken and pineapple. I also added about a 1/4 tsp of ground ginger to the breading. My daughter with celiac was very happy. She misses a lot of asian food.

    This is definitely a keeper.

  7. OH MY GOD. This is so good, I wish I never got full. I added red bell peppers and cooked it in the pan all together to thicken the sauce, and it is just fantastic.

  8. I loved this recipe so much I made it twice in less than a week, and my husband, who isn’t gluten free, didn’t complain. We deep fried our chicken instead to speed up the cooking time and cooked the sauce in a pan on the stove. I tried it with a 1/2 cup and a 1/3 cup of apple cider vinegar. We thought the 1/3 cup was much better, although, it was great either way it just cleared your sinuses a little more. We also decided to pre season the chicken with salt, pepper, and garlic powder before coating it in the shaker mix. I cooked a red pepper, bean sprouts, mushrooms, carrots, pineapple, and a green onion to add to the chicken and rice. This will definitely be a recipe I use again and again and will share with my friends and family!!!

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