I thought this was very good. I used frozen chicken breasts and cut them up into bite-sized pieces and then put them in the crock pot, doubled the sauce, and cooked on low about three or four hours. I served over rice and thought it was very good. I used some cornstarch to thicken the sauce at the end.
This was okay. I used dark and white meat and cooked as directed. I have to say that the white meat wasn't very good, so ONLY USE DARK MEAT for this recipe. The breasts actually got a bit hard after cooling.
Husband tasted/tested and approved! Tasty and easy to throw together. I only had regular soy sauce, so I diluted it with some pineapple juice and water to cut down the saltiness (about 1.5 to 2 cups liquid altogether). I also doubled the brown sugar and used 1 T of ground ginger rather than fresh ginger. Cooked it on HIGH for 5 hours, and the chicken was tender and juicy. Served it over plain Basmati rice to sop up all the sauce.
I aqccidentally bought thighs with skin, but these turned out great! And, as always, I used Bragg's Liquid Amino Acids instead of soy sauce. My husband ranked them a 5+ out of 5. That doesn't happen often!
Loved how simple this was, I used chicken breasts instead of thighs (just personal preference) and cooked on high for 3 1/2 hours. Chicken was fall apart moist and the smell was amazing! I was home all day, so every time I went into the kitchen I got hungry! Love the zing from the fresh ginger too, will definitely make this again.
OMG!!! Just about done and I LOVE IT!!!! I didn't have any brown sugar so I used granulated sugar... I did have to put in a bit more sugar bc it was way too salty and thanks Chef #320840 bc I thickened my sauce.... was just right!!!! Love it and I will definitely be making this again!! Cooked on high for 4 hrs and low for the last hr. Thanks!!!
This was really easy, but was quite salty and like one other reviewer I did use low sodium soy sauce. Made for Zaar Cookbooks Tag.
This was a great way to make chicken. It was simple and tasted great too. I put it on low for 8 hours since I was at work all day and the chicken was very tender by the time I got home. This is something I will make again. Thanks for posting.
Fantastic idea, but even with low sodium soy, was very salty. Might consider diluting the soy and see how that works.
Thank you for posting. It was quick, easy and very budget-friendly to make. Even my fussy-eaters (kids) licked their fingers off. Our landlord sent his wife to ask for the recipe - apparently the smell from the food I was cooking was divine.