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Sweet and Spicy Chicken

Sweet and Spicy Chicken created by Chef shapeweaver

I found this on an old recipe card, and tried this, and it is very good.

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  • Spray a 5 quart slow cooker with vegetable oil, and arrange chicken pieces in bottom of cooker.
  • Combine chili sauce, brown sugar, dry onion soup mix, cayenne pepper, barbecue sauce, peanut oil, and 1/4 cup of water in a large bowl, and spoon over chicken.
  • Cover and cook on low for 6-7 hours.
  • Serve over hot, cooked rice.
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  1. 16Paws
    Made this in the crockpot with one change, used only 1/2 cup of brown sugar. The flavor is so much more complex than just using BBQ sauce alone, DH loved it. Next time I will bake this or simmer on the stove as the sauce was a tad too thin for my taste. Great recipe weekend cooker, thanks for sharing!
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  2. Jazzes Mom
    Great and easy crockpot meal! Will be making this again!
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  3. RedVinoGirl
    DELICIOUS! I used boneless/skinless chicken thighs...omitted the brown sugar...used Open Pit BBQ sauce and used olive oil in place of peanut oil. I also increased the cayenne! Perfect amount of sweetness and spice! My crockpot cooks hot so mine only had to cook on low for 4 hours. Served over rice with a side of popcorn cauliflower. Excellent meal! Kids and adults were both happy!
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  4. RedVinoGirl
    DELICIOUS! I used boneless/skinless chicken thighs...omitted the brown sugar...used Open Pit BBQ sauce and used olive oil in place of peanut oil. I also increased the cayenne! Perfect amount of sweetness and spice! My crockpot cooks hot so mine only had to cook on low for 4 hours. Served over rice with a side of popcorn cauliflower. Excellent meal! Kids and adults were both happy!
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  5. bunnylove in NEW EN
    I made this last night. I had pulled chicken thighes out of freezer at 6am before leaving for work, no idea what exactly what I would do with them when I got got home, but, oh well, can always jump onto 'zaar and find something. Like always, I did. I had everything in house for this, except for cayenne. I jsut subbed some crushed red pepper flakes, and some texas pete. I had 5 huge chicken thighes, i just put everything in a huge bowl, chicken and all, coated it really well, let sit for an hour, stirring every 15 min. or so. Wasn't prepared for crock pot meal, so coated roasting dish with cooking spray, dumped it all in, spooned sauce on top of chicken, and threw into 350 oven for a little over an hour, basted a few times. I took skin off for my portion, alas, due to cholesterol issues/diabetes, it was in my best interest, left skin on for hubby and son. I had rice, with some sauce spooned over, cauliflower with this, my husband also had garlic bread, again, i had to skip on that. my hub suggested I post on site, told him thats where I got recipe. He said okay 10 stars! ( He ate 3 thighes!) and my son ate his plate at 1am when home from his chef job. This was so flavorful, leaving for an hour in sauce let flavors permeate meat. Even on my skinless portion it was crispy on outside, and so moist on inside. unlike other reviewers I did not find sauce to e "thin". (maybe because the chicken pieces I used were "super huge") I will definetly make this again, may try in crock pot, but really, really liked in oven. GREAT WEEKDAY MEAL. thanks!
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