One of my favorite choices when it comes to takeout is sweet and sour chicken. I love the green peppers and the bite-sized pieces of chicken that come drenched in that thick red sweet and sour sauce only found in Chinese restaurants. But then Mario Batali served up his version and I have to tell you, I'm actually torn. Yes, the Chinese version is much easier to eat (and order). But this Italian version is much classier and has a much more subtle flavor. It's still delicious, but if you're in the mood for something a little fancier than your basic Chinese takeout, this Italian sweet and sour is just the ticket.
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