Asian at Home | General Tso’s Chicken

This is a real deal Genral Tso’s Chicken! I wish General Tso could come over my house, I would love to serve this to him!! He would be very proud of me!

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General Tso’s Chicken Ingrediens:
Serves 4

Marinade for the Chicken
1 lb. Boneless & skinless chicken breast, cut into 1-inch cubes
1 tsp. Baking soda
1/4 tsp. Black pepper
2 tsp. Shaoxing wine (Chinese cooking wine)

For the Sauce
2 Tbs. Sugar
1 Tbs. Sambal
1 Tbs. Soy sauce
3 Tbs. White vinegar
2 Tbs. Shaoxing wine (Chinese cooking wine)
1/4 cup Chicken stock
1 tsp. Corn starch

For the Batter
1 egg
1/4 cup Corn starch

For Frying & Stir-fry
Frying oil
2 tsp. Chili oil with chili flakes
5 to 6 dried chili
4 Cloves garlic, roughly chopped


Redexn says:

Thug recipe.

D. GrizzlyBear says:

This is not an authentic Chinese dish, probably invented by Chinese in the US. It is one of the most popular dishes at Western Chinese takeout restaurants, and a favorite of mine. It is popular because it tastes good! This version looks to be better than most, due to being cooked in fresh oil and with lots of chilies, and not diluted with vegetables.

Shakeena Whittington says:

I’m a new subscriber, I love your videos!!! I am going to be making this and more of your recipes! You’re awesome!

Cynthia Seecharan says:

Can you cook for me…you are so good…

Mari Mvg says:

Made this tonight and it is AMAZING

Christopher Bennett says:

2:27 Sat here with my dad trying to figure out how a piece of wood could decide whether or not the oil was at the right temp to cook, your vid actually made us go research it and find how it’s all about the bubbles! Great content, cheers.

Chhavy Sisowath says:

I like watching ur show. I like the way you say tofu. U pronounced toofu…….so cute

Barbara Caria says:

Brava stella.

KIMFitness says:

omg looks soo good. I am going to give this a go tonight … wish me luck

H Gya says:

She makes it really easy. Like it.

Jeni Kerr says:

Love this!

Aaron Wesley says:

looks amazing great job

fredsam12 says:

looks amazing i love that

Rebecca Autumn says:

She is soo funny and adorable to watch I LOVE watching her videos

Snoopy à la Guerre says:

how do you eat so many spicy food and still have such good skin??

Trayc says:

I can’t wait to make this! u got my sub!

Ada Xiong says:

what brand is your wok?

RagetasticGames says:

double up on the ingredients and make yourself a double batch, you will be glad later I promise.

Peter Doe says:

It has become one of my favourites by now. Last time I added some broccoli (as asked for, below. (To be seen in my answer on that.) Since I’m kinda adventurous:
@Seonkyoung: next time I wanna add some 10 morello (also called sour) cherry into the sauce per serving. Since fruit always goes well with indian curry: why not?
What do you think? Unlike the broccoli, I would mix the cherry into the sauce. Right at the end. Just to warm them up in the mixture. I will report my 1st try when done.

jose estrada says:

am i the only one who likes her catch phrase ” asian at home!!!!” ???????? cant get it out of my head!!!


THIS LOOKS SO GOOD!!! Can you live with me so you can be our cook! Lol!

NaturalHairDontCare says:

Can you please start showing the container for the ingredients…. thanks

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Snoopy à la Guerre says:

can you please make a korean-re-edited version of ma po tofu? (spicy sichuan tofu)

G Hugo says:

Awesome dish I loved it but still wiping the sweat off of wife’s forehead maybe cut back on 5-6chilis for her sake. Thanks for your videos, love them.

MrCho604 says:

Water is dripping in my mouth.. look so good

Christina Jenkins says:


Ivy Songbird says:

My absolue favorite….great recipe will do this again and again.

asianleo83 says:

Love your wok, where did u purchase it love? Thx

Norman D Ressler says:

Made this tonight. Absolutely loved it! Is there a way to tone down the spice and make it slightly sweeter?

impooser says:

Thanks! Very simple and delicious!

finessence808 says:

I made this WITHOUT the wine, and substituted the sambal with hot sauce (Texas Pete), and some garlic, and crushed red peppers. Absolutely delicious and it didn’t taste any different!!!

Smiley cat says:

lol I thought it was general toast chicken

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