>jufran glazed "chicken" chunks

Jufran is the filipino version of American “ketchup”. It is also known as banana ketchup or banana sauce. Unlike the typical American ketchup that is made with tomatoes, Jufran is made with smashed banana, vinegar, sugar, and spices. I use this “ketchup” with all types of foods. It especially goes well with fried chicken!

soy “chicken” chunks
1/4 cup jufran banana sauce
1/2 cup of pineapple juice
1 tbs cornstarch
salt and pepper to taste
garlic powder

1) season “chicken” chunks with salt, pepper, and garlic powder. Pan fry and set aside when in stainer when finished.

2) in a small pot, simmer jufran sauce, pineapple juice, and cornstarch on medium low heat for about 8 minutes. wisk sauce occasionally as it simmers.

3) arrange “chicken” chunks on serving platter and pour jufran glaze over “chicken”.

**shown in photo**
steamed asparagus and sliced tomatoes.


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