16 Reviews

I made this dish a couple of nights ago and finished off the leftovers last night. YUM-YUM. Very flavorful and so easy to make since these are ingredients I usually always have on hand. I used chicken thighs and breasts then doubled the sauce (we like a lot of sauce). Thanks you so much for sharing this wonderful dish! :-) I will be making it many times.

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Merlot August 30, 2002

I made this last night. It made the house smell wonderful! The chicken was so deliciously tender and succulent. The soy sauce and ginger slow cooking gives it great flavor. To reduce calories from sugar I used a brown sugar substitute (calorie free).

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Artemis September 23, 2002

I fix it the other day, decreasing sugar and increasing the sauce somewhat. Very easy to prepare and cook, and really excellent taste. Thanks for the recipe! Will vary it in future to include some veggies!

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ErOnur September 02, 2002

This was very good! I also doubled the sauce. (wow...........lots of sodium!) :( but....I took some of the sauce from the crockpot and sauteed and steamed fresh greenbeans in a seperate pan prior to serving. That made quite the meal. chicken and greenbeans that were cooked in the sauce. Nice compliment to the chicken. very good. Husband loved it.

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Brenda Cope September 29, 2002

This is a wonderful, delicious dish. I used boneless chicken thighs for 2 and had plenty of the wonderful sauce for rice. The flavors of the ginger and soy sauce mixed with the sugar was lovely. Thanks for sharing this recipe that will be used again and again.

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Miss Annie February 27, 2003

Was a tender, nice tasting outcome! I used Bragg's instead of regular soy sauce and added the liquid from a can of pineapple bits. Next time I will add more ginger as it had the nice warmth of the ginger, but I wanted to taste it a bit more.

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Mrs. Duncan Mahogany January 07, 2010

Really enjoyed this one. I don't have a crock pot, so I used a casserole dish in the oven for about an hour and a half. I halved everything and didn't use as much soy sauce or sugar as it suggested. Served it with basmati rice and some green veg stir-fried quickly in a bit of the sauce. Was great, though I'll use more ginger and less water next time, and the sauce made the rice taste fantastic.

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cydon December 09, 2008

Delicious. I wanted more liquid, so I added a cup of apple juice. I also added a little cornstarch and some fresh garlic. Mmmmmm!

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dbostard December 01, 2008

A tip - Remove all of the skin from the thighs. The parts which were covered in skin were very tender, but not nearly as flavorful as the parts which weren't covered in skin. Next time, the skins come off! I cooked 6 thighs in my 4-quart crockpot on low for just over 4 hours. Very delicious. I used low-sodium soy sauce to reduce the sodium (but not by a whole lot - it's very misleading)...

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Russ in NJ January 26, 2008
Crock Pot Ginger Chicken