This is delicious. My three teenage boys and husband love it and ask for it again and again.
Excellent and easy to make. I used boneless skinless chicken thighs and it turned out great.
This was an unusual dish for us; obviously it is quite sweet. I was not impressed with the "sauce"; it is simply a thin sweet liquid lacking real flavor. I did like the idea of cooking the rice with coconut milk. But I don't think I will make this again.
I'll be making this again! The flavor was so good- and I liked the comment of adding the leftover coconut milk to make the rice. Thanks for an easy recipe!
this is such a fantastic recipe. thanks for posting it. i have made it from the fix and forget cookbook but i had borrowed it. i always call for the recipe. now i have it. yippee, yummy, hooray! thanks
This is a good recipe... I had to hold it in... I guess thats the bad part about crockpots.... is that it takes sooo long but smells soo dang good! :) thanks for a keeper in my books!
I used chicken breasts and this chicken was absolutely delicious. I shredded the leftovers and froze for another meal. With the leftovers, when I reheated the chicken, I added sliced carrots and sugar snap peas and it was just wonderful. Thank you.
This is one of the tastiest crockpot dishes I've made. The cloves give it just the right flavor. It's a pretty sweet-tasting meal that makes plenty of sauce to go with the rice. I used 4 chicken breasts (I'm not a big thigh person...well, I am but that's another story)and omitted the water, using 1 cup of light coconut milk. I used the leftover coconut milk and water to make jasmine rice. DH really liked this one, too. We'll be using this recipe often. Thanks!
We really enjoyed this. I added all coconut milk and no water. I have no reasoning for this, it just happened lol. I think next time I will cut the soy sauce in half sice it seemed a bit salty for me. Everything else was great...oh...I did mess up tho. Like a fool I turned that switch a bit too far and put it on high for 7 hours. When DH got home (B4 me) he noticed it was really bubbling and turned it down where it sat at low for another half hour. It didn't seem to hurt it tho, we still loved it. I served jasmine rice on the side rather than in a casserole, along with some peas. It was a lovely Shabbat dinner and we enjoyed dipping the sauce with our Challah. Thanks so much for posting. Next time I will be sure to get it right.