Paleo Chinese Sweet and Sour Chicken

Paleo Chinese Sweet and Sour Chicken
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Throw out that old menu from Panda Express: Paleo is here to reclaim the sweet’n’sour chicken throne. Crispy chunks of pan-fried chicken and juicy bites of pineapple are all coated in a tangy-sweet sauce – and all without a trace of flour or vegetable oil. Let’s talk about Sweet and Sour Chicken for a second. It is probably not surprising to read that while this dish is served in Chinese restaurants in many Western countries, it doesn’t really exist. Sweet & Sour Chicken was one of my most favorite dishes to get at Chinese Restaurants when I was a kid, but it has been so many years since I have dared to eat anything that resembled the “real.

Looking for sweet and tangy Paleo Sweet and Sour Chicken with perfectly, breaded nuggets? This recipe is for you! Oh yummy! Sweet and sour anything is my just about my favorite when it comes to Chinese food. Gluten-Free, Grain-Free, Sugar-Free Chinese Paleo Sweet and Sour Chicken? Yes, please!

Sweet N’ Sour chicken is one of my all time faves. In this recipe I tried to keep things simple by keeping the batter the same as in my Asian Style Lemon Chicken Recipe. In fact, I created this amazing recipe, Sweet & Sour Mango Chicken Thighs, especially for cooking in my Instant Pot. This entry was posted in AIP Paleo Recipes and tagged aip, asian food, autoimmune, chinese food, endo, food heals, instant pot, lupus, paleo, psoriasis, recipes, sweet and sour chicken, vitiligo by Tara Perillo. The idea is inspired from your typical Chinese Sweet and Sour dish, but I switched up the ingredients just a little bit to….  You can use any meat you’d like in this recipe, I’ve tried pork and chicken and been happy with both.

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