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Make These Crowd Pleasing Asian Orange Glazed Chicken Sliders!

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This recipe is inspired by the glaze on my favorite chicken wings! It’s equally delicious and easy to make for your next party!

Asian Orange Glazed Chicken Sliders

Prep Time: 30 minutes

Cook Time: 20 minutes

Total Time: 50 minutes

Category: Asian

Cuisine: Asian

Servings: 6 people (2 sliders per person!)

Asian Orange Glazed Chicken Sliders

Ingredients

  • 16 oz (1 lb) store bought fully cooked breaded chicken tenders
  • 1 dozen dinner rolls
  • 1 18 oz jar orange marmalade
  • 6 cloves garlic
  • 3 scallions
  • 3 tablespoons butter
  • 1 tablespoon oil
  • 1/4 c soy sauce
  • 1 tablespoon chili paste
  • 1/4 cup minced carrot
  • 1/4 cup shredded radicchio
  • 1/4 cup cilantro leaves
  • salt
  • sesame seeds to garnish (optional)

Instructions

  1. Separate the tops and bottoms of your rolls with a serrated knife and set the bottoms of the rolls on a serving platter in preparation for assembly.
  2. Mince the garlic.
  3. In a cold pan, add oil, butter and minced garlic and set burner to medium low, allowing the butter to melt and the garlic to slowly brown.
  4. While the butter is melting, chop the breaded chicken tenders into small pieces. Set aside.
  5. Once the garlic is golden brown, add the orange marmalade, soy sauce and chili paste. Adjust head to medium and stir until combined.
  6. Once combined, add the chicken pieces and allow sauce to thicken slightly.
  7. Add salt to taste.
  8. While sauce is thickening, mince the carrot, shred the radicchio, shop the scallions and separate cilantro leaves from the stems.
  9. Once the sauce has thickened, remove from heat and divide a portion of the chicken onto each roll.
  10. Drizzle the shredded radicchio, minced carrot, and scallions onto each slider.
  11. Top with a leaf of cilantro and sesame seeds.
  12. Place top bun on top of slider.
  13. Serve
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CRUNCH TIME: How Do Mochi Rice Bites ‘Snack Up?’

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That was a play on ‘stack up’ – get it?¬† Anyway…you don’t usually say ‘mochi’ and ‘crunch’ together – until now. Here’s why, and what makes this gluten free snack is so addictive.

Okay, are you ready for a freaky story? First, know that Sun Tropics’¬†Sriracha Mochi Rice Bites are easy to eat, crunchy and delicious. They’re inspired by traditional Japanese soft rice dough. But these are cooked until they’re crunchy and come in easy to eat bites. They’re tasty and easy to eat.

Okay, here comes from the wild part:

If you haven’t had actual mochi before, there’s an interesting backstory: Mochi is a traditional Japanese soft rice that is steamed, pounded and mashed and then formed into buns made of soft and chewy rice. And I mean CHEWY. They’re hugely popular around the New Year where they are often served cooked in vegetable broth. They look harmless enough, but officials in Japan usually issue warnings that their ‘hard-to-eat’ nature make them a choking hazard! As in, several people (kids and the elderly) had apparently died from suffocation because they didn’t CHEW THEM ENOUGH. Yeesh.

Now remember: THESE ARE NOT THOSE. THESE ARE CRUNCHY AND EASY TO EAT. Everyone relax.

These are cut into delicious, crunchy nuggets full of flavor. I’m a crunch person. These deliver on that in spades. The flavor has just enough of a pop or sriracha heat, but will not overblast you for shock value. Think of a medium buffalo wing type of flavor. (In fact these could easily have been called Buffalo bites in another scenario. The heat and the crunch make this a seriously addictive snack.

The line of bites offers Asian inspired flavors that also inlcude Tamari, Tokyo Curry, and Sea Salt.

These are also VEGAN, GLUTEN FREE and have no MSG. (You’d be surprised how many of the snacks – especially flavored chips you’re eating all the time do us MSG.)

They’re available at health food stores, and online, although the prices online seem to be higher than you’ll pay in a grocery store.

Give them a try!

 

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