Take a look at our recipe and give it a try! No need to buy Chinese food ever again especially when you can make it in a more diet-friendly way!
To make your batter, combine a large egg with a tablespoon of arrowroot powder.
Whisk very well and place your bite sized chicken thigh pieces in. Make sure to coat them all over.
Heat up a tablespoon of toasted sesame seed oil in a large pan and add the chicken thighs. Leave a bit of room in between each one. Work in two batches if necessary; you want them to fry, not steam. Make sure you’re gentle when moving and flipping the chicken. If you’re too rough, the breading will come off and the sesame sauce won’t stick well.
4. While the chicken thighs are cooking (about 10 minutes), make your sesame sauce by combing all the sauce ingredients and whisking very well.
5. When all the chicken is cooked through, add your sesame sauce to the pan and stir to combine. Let this cook for an additional 5 minutes.
6. When the sauce has thickened and warmed up, take the chicken and add it to a bed of cooked broccoli and serve with a sprinkle of more sesame seeds and green onion. Enjoy!
MACROS PER SERVING:
• 520 Calories
• 36g of Fat
• 45g of Protein
• 4g of Net Carb