5 Reviews

This turned out to be a decent meal, although the sauce was a bit too rich for me. I would cut down on the amount of peanut butter. Also, I'd increase the cooking time to at least 4 hours on high. I did 6 hours on low and the onions were still crunchy, which ruined the texture of the dish. Otherwise, it's a good recipe, especially with some added palm sugar.

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rpgaymer November 11, 2012

The dish was great but lacked a depth of flavour, I would perhaps add some kecap manis and palm sugar to the jug and sambal but that's because I like it hot and next time I think a few potatoes would go well to bulk it up for the kids but delicious anyway

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fergusbasil June 16, 2012

So delicious and easy! I used boneless, skinless chicken breasts, then shredded them up once they were cooked. I served it with rice stick noodles. My husband loves it! We will make this often! Thank you!

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UTKfan November 07, 2008

OK, had to change review to 4 stars: the day after, I added some hot sauce--not much, for I don't like spicy food--and it tasted quite good!

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MrsK January 23, 2010

I used chicken thighs and it was awesome. Thanks so much for sharing this recipe!

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schmme March 02, 2009
Indonesian Chicken, Peanut Butter Sauce (Slow Cooker)