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Slow-Cooker Orange Chicken

Slow-Cooker Orange Chicken recipe
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Saucy and sweet and sure to be a weeknight winner.
20 min
3 hr 20 min
8 servings, one thigh each
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Horrible, we had to throw it away. Flavor what gross. Marmalaid left a horrible after taste.
needs more orange and a little less BBQ. how about replacing some of the BBQ with hoisin sauce? I used honey BBQ sauce and ground dry ginger instead of fresh. who buys that stuff any way? my husband & 3 yr. old loved it!
I made this recipe from the magazine (OJ was not listed) and the directions are completely different. I thought it was horrible. No orange flavor at all, just BBQ, which didn't go with the rice. I really thought I could make it better, so I made it again, this time excluding the BBQ sauce and doubling the marmalade. It was much better, but I think if made with the OJ and minus the BBQ sauce, it might actually be acceptable.
Used recipe printed in Food & Family magazine...the 1/4 c. OJ was not listed as an ingredient therefore it burned somewhat. Also, tasted more like BBQ than orange. Not enough flavor. Disappointed.
This was yummy! My family liked it and it was really a cinch. The sauce that is made after cooking tastes great over the rice as well.
This is a simple, quick dish that is delicious! My family begs for it. My friends have asked for the recipe.
It was tasty and easy to make, everyone thought it was good!
bad after taste from the marmalade. chicken was very moist and juicy though.
I see that this recipe has been changed -- I actually made similar changes myself after reading some of the previous reviews. I added OJ to the BBQ/Marmalade/Soy sauces to make it a little "orangy-er" but it still was pretty heavy on the BBQ taste. The chicken turned out very tender and the sauce was ok, but not really a strong orange flavor at all. Won't be going in my "favorites" file, but not nearly as bad as some of the previous reviews indicate.
I made this with about only a tsp. of the called for ginger. I checked it after only 5 hours of cooking and it had already started to burn. We were still able to eat it. We are not that picky and I would say that I was definitly disappointed with the outcome.
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