How to make Quick Orange Chicken


  • Ages 6 & up
  • Language: English
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I am in Mountain Time Zone  12:30 PM, If you are in Pacific 11:30 AM,  If you are in Eastern 2:30 PM 

****Read the entirety of what is written1: I make suggestions for items, if you are not a fan of certain items, let's talk about substitutions, this is about your tastes not mine.**** 

****All classes are recorded for liability and quality assurance purposes, you do have the option to opt out with using video.    The video will not be placed on other platforms or shown to anyone else, other than if there is a need for legal purposes.

What you will need for this experience:   Pen and Paper to take down the recipe, We all work at different speeds, I alot 2 hours per each experience, though this time may not be needed.  We do not have to rush,  there is plenty of time for you to ask questions, do not feel shy, everyone is here to learn. 

***If you do not speak up, I can not help you. ( Zoom chat will take longer for me to address issues***  

I give the recipe at the beginning, then teach what the steps are as we go.  Internet connection/speed, time of cooking, altitude and weather, are factors in our cooking methods and time.  

INGREDIENTS: MUST HAVE: 

 4 Boneless Skinless Chicken Breasts or Thighs cut into bite-size pieces   (The sauce is also great over premade chicken tenders or nuggets) or beef, shrimp and vegetables about 2 lbs 




Eggs beaten       *Cornstarch    *flour  *2 to 3 Cups Oil for frying     *2 Cups Orange Juice     *Sugar       *Rice Vinegar or White Vinegar



Soy Sauce   *reduced Sodium Soy or you can use tamari for a gluten-free dish    *grated fresh ginger or powder    * fresh garlic minced or powder and *red Chili Flakes



Orange Zest from 1 orange     *¼ chopped green onions   * Sesame Seeds


Garnish: *¼ cup diced green onion    *2 Tablespoons sesame seeds (black, white or mix)

ITEMS YOU MIGHT ADD: multi color bell peppers, yellow onion,broccoli, bean sprouts, pea pods, mushrooms, mini corn, cabbage, celery and tomato
2 cups white rice be it instant or whole grain, 

Cooking Utensils and pans you will need: Large knife, fork, small bowl, 2 medium bowls, grater, measuring cups, measuring spoons, 2 quart saucepan, fryer or medium saucepan to fry in and spatula

Hello and thank you for giving me this opportunity to teach fun and helpful recipes. My name is Trish, a Licensed Partner for Yaymaker, I am prior Army, with a ton of culinary experiences and shortcuts. 

This experience will be limited to 20 people, this will allow for better communication.  Please make sure to share your video if you can, this helps with seeing where you are during the experience.  It can get a little noisy, please mute yourself, if too many people are talking or other sounds, it will make it difficult to hear what I am teaching and to communicate properly.    

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Host Reviews

4.5 out of 5 (13 reviews)
Verified Cooking Guest

Trish is patient with everyone. She answers all questions and engages everyone. Her teaching methods are definitely conducive to learning and are so much fun.

Verified Baking Guest

This class was fun and engaging. Host worked through technical issues and we had plenty of time still.

Verified Cooking Guest

The recipe was good. A much lighter meal than eating in the Chinese restaurant. I will make this again. I purchased a lot of ingredients that we didn't use and that were not mentioned. My fault for not asking more questions. On a zoom call I really do thin

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