Budget Menu & Dirt Cheap Recipes Dump Recipes Slow Cooker Chinese Chicken with Rice

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    • #270027

      I made this one the other night. It was so good. Just serve a veggie on the side.

      2/3 C. soy sauce
      1/2 C. honey
      1/2 tsp.

      garlic powder
      2 C. hot water
      4 bonless, skinless chicken breast halves
      1 C. raw, long-grain rice

      Mix soy sauce, honey, and garlic with hot water in slow cooker. Add chicken breasts, submerging them as much as possible in the sauce. Cover and cook on Low for 5-6 housr, or High 3-4 hours, or until chicken is tender but not dry.

      Remove chicken to platter and keep warm. Stir uncooked rice into sauce. Cover and cook on High for 30 minutes, or until rice is tender.

      Add to platter with chicken and serve.

    • #414746

      This sounds so yummy! I will have to try this.

    • #414800

      Thanks JennyCup. It is good 🙂

    • #414848

      This sounds really yummy. My family loves Chicken. Thanks for sharing!

      🙂

      ~ Misty

    • #414932

      Question about the chicken once you remove it and mix the rice together with the sauce do you shred the chicken or what?

    • #414934

      Thanks for the recipe. It looks great. Sounds like one my son would like to try cooking.

    • #414935

      We like chineese food my husband is a huge fan of general to’s chicken. I like the chow mein noodles.

    • #415014

      I left the chicken whole, but I think shredding it would be better. It would save you from cutting it later. Thanks for the idea tina.

    • #415017

      Your very welcome.I think it would save time like you said.

    • #420780

      I have a question. When you say “2 cups of hot water” – is that “boiling” water or just hot water from the tap? Thanks so much!

      Sounds yummy!!! 🙂

    • #420787

      Such is usually just hot water so that ingredients will initially mix better than if you used cold water.

    • #420793

      @rtebalt 117326 wrote:

      I have a question. When you say “2 cups of hot water” – is that “boiling” water or just hot water from the tap? Thanks so much!

      Sounds yummy!!! 🙂

      I use hot tap water. Hope you like it…it’s one of my family’s favorite 🙂

    • #424111

      Definitely going to try this in the next few days. I so love recipes like this for using in the summer so I don’t have to heat up the kitchen!

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Budget Menu & Dirt Cheap Recipes Dump Recipes Slow Cooker Chinese Chicken with Rice