I have such a plethora of recipes to tell you about in my drafts box that it is getting a bit ridiculous (30 and counting), just waiting for me to find the time to sit down and type. That said, this fast, simple chicken dish I threw together on a whim the other night was such a success that it is usurping the other recipes in the hopper because I just can't wait to tell you about it.
I'm not kidding, this one really hit it out of the park. In fact, it was so good that when I made it the first time, I didn't even get any pictures and had no problem making it again the very next day so that I could share it with you.
The process for making this couldn't be easier, and honestly, even though it uses a few items from the Asian section you may not have in your pantry all the time, but once you make this you'll have no problem keeping them on hand - especially since they aren't expensive or too hard to find.
The first 'special' ingredient is sweet chile sauce. I use this brand, because I like it and have had good success with it and have found it in most of the major stores, but you can make your own fairly easily. It is, as the name suggests, a little sweet and a little spicy. I love to keep it on hand for tossing in with veggies and chicken when we want a quick stir fry for dinner.
The second is Ponzu sauce. It is a citrus flavored sauce that is great in marinades on chicken, pork, beef, seafood, whatever. It really adds a nice, fast, bright burst of flavor.
Original Recipe from PheMOMenon