This is a classic dish found in every American and Canadian Chinese restaurant. This recipe calls for banana ketchup, which is a condiment in the Phillipines, you should be able to find it in Chinese/Oriental supermarkets.
Found in Chinese/Oriental stores.
Good recipe. I used orange juice instead of rice wine. And omitted the peppers because the family doesn't like hot, still delicious - 02 Jul 2011 (Review from Allrecipes US | Canada)
Yum, I didn't have all the right ingredients, but my substitutes worked well. I used canola oil for frying. 1 Tbs red wine and extra rice vinegar for the rice wine, brown sugar for the white, for the banana ketchup (banana processed like tomato ketchup) 1tsp banana (put through garlic press) and 1 tsp tomato ketchup, 1 Tbs red pepper flakes instead of dried chillies, 2 tsp orange juice concentrate for the zest. Does not turn out restaurant quality, but is still very yummy. A hint, try to fry the chicken while mixing up the other ingredients, otherwise it takes way longer than the stated "Ready In" time. - 06 Nov 2011 (Review from Allrecipes US | Canada)
It was OK, but I'd rather have the breading on it to really be like restaurant food. Too much onions (our family doesn't like it) and banana ketchup was strange. Too many chilies! I am ok with sorta spicy stuff but it was too much. It wasn't too bad, but not too good. thanks for the attempt, though. overall, it was ok but not a favorite. P.S. This sort of food if you go to china 30 yrs ago they'd be like "what in the world is that stuff?" not real chinese food, Americanized. - 05 Apr 2012 (Review from Allrecipes US | Canada)