We decided to develop a family friendly version of Kung Pao chicken after having one too many plates of melt your face off spicy chicken. Our kitchen team got to work developing a more balanced dish than was traditional, so here it is! Our special Kung Pao chicken, with super tender chicken breast, steamed veg, and the iconic Kung Pao sauce this is a fantastic tasting dish for the whole family.
Ingredients: Chicken breast(24%), seasoning(contains soy, sesame), rice, mixed vegetables(capsicum, zucchini, broccoli, red onion, seasoning), Kung Pao sauce (contains soy, gluten)(low sodium soy, brown sugar, hoisin sauce(contains: soy, wheat, sesame), garlic, ginger, cayenne pepper, chilli flakes, sesame oil, cornstarch)
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