My wife loved this dish and it was so easy to make. To give this a more Thai flavor I would substitute a can of coconut milk for the chicken stock and add 1/2 -1 tsp of Thai curry paste ( I use Thai Kitchens Red Curry). Garnish with chopped peanuts and scallions
Bland isn't the word for it. So what I did was added extra crunch peanut butter, more honey & maple syrup while it was cooking. Results were fabulous. You do not need chicken broth at all. Make a savory vegetable with it like sautéed spinach or broccoli in garlic & olive oil.
I enjoyed this recipe! My measurements might have been a little off because I only made four servings, but the finished dish was tasty. I used the suggested chicken broth and thickened the sauce at the end with some flour. Tastes great over rice and makes the house smell wonderful! I'll be making this one again.
this recipe was ok. i actually used more peanut butter (about 1 cup) and all the optional ingredients. i had to thicken the sauce with a little flour and ended up adding a little more of the orange juice, soy sauce, and honey to bring more flavor out. it still ended up kinda bland though.
I'm sorry but this came out awful. I put in all the ingredients, including the broth, but when I checked on it at 5.5 hours it was already burning! Unheard of for crockpot recipes. I added extra water (1.5 cups) and let it cook a bit longer. When it was finally done I put it over rice and veggies and we just didn't care for it at all. It was way too salty (broth + soy sauce?) and it didn't have a peanut flavor at all. I think the soy sauce really overpowered it. Sorry, I really wanted to like this!
Tender and nicely flavored chicken. Easy and quick to assemble for a nice evening dinner. Even the picky eaters in my household said they enjoyed this dish. Next round I'll thicken the sauce a bit more to serve over the chicken and some rice. Thanks for sharing! Reviewed for ZWT6.
was nice and easy, but was a bit bland. I added more soy sauce, chopped green onion, and a tsp of chopped chilis.. still felt it needed something else. We still enjoyed it served with rice noodles (as my 4 year old will eat those better than rice) and a salad.
This turned out GREAT! And it's my first ever crock pot dinner (tryin out new xmas gift)! I only used 3 chicken breast and left everything else the same. I also added about 3 tbsp of chopped green onion and about 4 cut carrots. It was great! Thanks for the recipe!
Unfortunately I didn't find this tasty. Thank you for posting though!