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Slow-Cooker Sweet & Sour Chicken

Slow-Cooker Sweet & Sour Chicken recipe
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Have dinner ready and waiting when you get home tonight. This slow-cooker version of a take-out favorite has everything you love (except the little white boxes).
15 min
4 hr 45 min
6 servings
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I thought the sauce and veggies turned out fantastic. However, my chicken was dry. I haven't seen where anyone else had that problem, so maybe I did something wrong. I enjoyed the flavor though, so I'll try it again.
This dish was well liked by my very picky 11 and 14 year olds. They have a policy of not eating anything from the crock pot. I did leave out the pineapple though. It was great!
Very good, very easy...but will cut soy sauce next time.
my husband and i liked this one, but the kids really didnt like it much. ours didnt get very sweet, was mostly soy sauce.
Wonderful! I followed other comments and cut the soy sauce to 1/4 cup, and I also left out the ginger root. In a pinch, the recipe can also be followed as a stir fry. First, saute' chicken pieces in a little olive oil and add vegetables and ingredients on a condensed timeline.
I used more pineapple and the light done right canatla dressing and it turned out great! I did have to add more soy sauce for flavor - low sodium.
Browned chicken-used more onions, celery and pineapple with 3 lbs. chicken. Used less soy sauce and Splenda brown sugar. It was absolutely fantastic. Husband does not like chicken, but loved the taste of this!!!!
This was excellent! More sweet than sour, however. We try to watch our sugar intake so I used Splenda brown sugar blend, as well as pineapple sweetened w/ Splenda. We ate it over instant brown rice. I did add about a tablespoon of cornstarch dissolved in a couple tablespoons of water at the last hour when i added the peppers and pineapple to thicken the sauce a little. Yum!
I'm thinking the amount of soy sauce was a typing error . Even using lite soy sauce as I did and cutting the amount to 1/4 cup was still too much.We were not able to eat it . If I were to make this again I'd cut the amount to 2 tbs.
Enjoyed this recipe, I went easy on the soysauce and used the low salt brand. Found it quick and simple and it was really enjoyed by my family! Thank you and keep up the good work. I love this web-site and use many, many of the recipes! Tea to you!!
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