Our sweet and savory skillet sauce makes it incredibly easy to serve a takeout favorite. You just add it to sautéed chicken and you'll get authentic Asian flavors in each and every bite.
cost per recipe: $5.15
Heat the oil in a 10-inch skillet over medium-high heat.
Add the chicken and cook until browned, stirring occasionally.
Stir in the sauce and heat to a boil. Reduce the heat to low. Cover and cook for 5 minutes or until the chicken is cooked through.
I have only purchased this twice so far, but I will definitely buy it once in a while. It's really nice to have something quick and easy to make. Just cut up some chicken and toss it in a pan while your pasta cooks. I have done it both times with angel hair pasta and it turns out great. I do also season my chicken while cooking it before I even add the sauce, but it really doesn't take that much away from the sauce itself. The skillet sauce has a good flavor all on its own, in my opinion. Yes, there is a hint of orange, but it's not overpowering. Also, I hate opening pasta and only using part of it, so every time I make something like this, I use the whole box. I ate a bowl last night, and had enough to put away 4 more meals from it. So I still got 5 meals from this, which is pretty good. If you are someone who focuses on measuring out portions, you could probably get even more out of this. I think it's a nice, simple meal that also tastes great.
Campbell’s sesame chicken
I had to make an account to let people know. Was outside all day and started this dinner with doubt of how it would be. Cooked the chicken in oil with one whole yellow onion, drained the juice so it would brown. Meanwhile I boiled vegetable spaghetti noodles and could not believe the results! The best sesame chicken I have ever had!!!!! Would recommend this to anyone. Don’t know what the other review was about or what they cooked it with but no complaints in my house even with two picky eaters under 15 yrs old!!!
I've tried some of the other Campbell's Skillet sauces, and I like the marsala when I'm in a hurry. I tried this Sesame Chicken, and, Lordy, what a disappointment. I can't even get the stray cats to eat it. Tastes like sticky sweet vinegar reduction with a hint of orange. What a great way to ruin chicken.
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