I cut 2 chicken breasts in half, so that I had 4 pieces of meat. I brushed them with olive oil and orange rind preserved in sugar. My mother gave me a jar of orange preserve over the weekend and I love it to bits. I had it with plain cereal & milk in the morning. It is mind-blowing. Basically, you can do it at home as well, but it's time consuming, I know. All you do is grate the orange peel every time you eat an orange. Mix with sugar and store in a jar. (Once it's full, give it to somebody you love as a token of love). It's a wonderful thoughtful present. :)
Anyway, let's go back to the orange chicken. I peeled an orange and I used the skin to marinate the chicken in. I cut the orange in half and squeezed the juice on the chicken breast. I added two tbs of light soy sauce (less salty) and I grated a small cube of ginger, added a handful of sesame seeds and freshly crushed coriander seeds and tossed.
I wrapped the chicken in aluminium foil and baked for 60 minutes/180 degrees Celsius. Ten minutes before taking it out of the oven, I removed the foil, I added a dash of soy sauce, and I broiled the meat to make it crunchy.