4 Reviews

This had a really nice flavour. I did add some garlic as well. I found the peanut butter mix tended to harden on the chicken though. I added some milk to thin it out for a sauce. It worked quite well. Good recipe.

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Tebo April 01, 2002

I was disappointed with this. The sauce tasted wonderful, but it wound up being more of a paste. So instead of having peanut-butter-&-ginger-flavored chicken, I wound up with chicken-flavored chicken and some yummy stuff perched on top. (I have to add that the kids didn't like the "yummy stuff" at all, but I didn't let that affect my rating, because they don't like anything.)

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evewitch March 28, 2003

I used 4 frozen boneless, skinless chicken breasts and then spread the thick sauce on top. I think the fact that there was extra moisture in the chicken and that it made the sauce thinner as it cooked. I put it in the crockpot on high and four hours later we came home from church to a hot meal. I serve this with Cold Sesame Noodles Cold Sesame Noodles. I found that the green onions dissolved during the cooking and I had to add some extra before serving. I also left out the orange rind as DH has thing "thing" against it.

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* Pamela * September 28, 2005
Peanut Butter and Ginger Chicken in a Crock Pot