Kahiki Crispy Tempura, General Tso's Chicken 24 oz

Stir up something different every day. Medium. General Tso's Chicken. This famous dish was created in 1952 and named after General Zuo Zongtang, a Chinese military leader in the late 1800's. The creator of this popular dish, Peng Chang-kuei, died in 2016 at the age of 98! That's a long delicious life of eating General Tso's. Coincidence? We think not. Our tempura includes a hint of light amber honey to add a touch of sweetness and enhance the flavor of our batter. Did you know? The dish, introduced in New York in 1973 by Peng Chang-kuei, became a hit with locals as well as with dignitaries. Legend has it, Henry Kissinger ordered Peng's General Tso's every time he was in New York. Stir your senses.

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