Wednesday, February 26, 2014

Sweet and Sour Chicken Tortilla's with Coleslaw-A Must Try!

Sweet and Sour Chicken
While visiting over at the
Yesterday, this recipe from Linda Nortje at
Creative and Delicious  jumped out at me.
I told her I knew what I wanted for supper and that's what we had. 

It was delicious!!

I had to tweak the recipe a little to suit what we just can't get in Stuart, Virginia...
thick soy sauce & avocado oil..
I used olive oil in place of the avocado oil and regular thin soy sauce and it was still extremely good. 

I would strongly suggest these 
Roasted Garlic & Black Bean Artisan Tostito Chips
to go along with this dish.

They are delicious as well!

I hope you enjoyed me sharing what was shared with me.
We were blessed by this meal; I hope you'll give it a try and get a blessing as well.


  1. Oh my...these sound so delicious! I hopped over there and pinned the recipe. Right now anything sounds delicious since I am fasting today! Looking forward to tomorrow morning...;) Have a blessed evening....and thanks for sharing this! Vicky

    1. Thanks so much for the visit. Best wishes on your fast!

  2. Lynn, those chicken tortillas do sound so good. Linda always has the most amazing things going on! Hmmm, avocado oil and thick soy sauce- I don't think we have those around here either. I'm glad you suggested some alternatives. I haven't tried the Roasted Garlic and Black Bean tortilla chips, but the next time I see them, I'll grab a bag! :) I love black beans.

    1. Linda does do a wonderful job in the kitchen. This dish was wonderful. We do tacos/enchilada's about once a week and there's not a lot to say about it; it's always good and I'll change up my meat or throw in a different vegetable here and there but this dish really came across with lightness and a real different taste for us. We loved this recipe. As for those chips, I can only find them in the Lowe's Grocery Store here in our town. Walmart doesn't carry them here and I think it's a good thing. Their addictive and I'd eat the whole bag by myself if given the chance.