Sweet and Saucy Chicken

OMG!! This was so easy and smells so good! It's in my crock pot right now. The guys can have it over rice. Me, I'll just enjoy the meat and sauce. The only change I made was I used Splenda brown.


Anonymous said…
Hi Lena, How are you doing? I made this last night. It was Just Yummy and so easy too. I had to use boneless skinless breast. That is what I had in the fridge. I only needed to cook it half the time. It was just melt in your mouth tender. Sauce is so tasty!!

I just figured without the bones it would take less time. I served it with sautéed broccoli, red pepper and onion and rice pilaf a sweet combo. This I will make again and an again I may even make this sauce and serve it with other meats.

Have you ever done a pork loin in crock pot? Do you think this may work? I love the caramelized pork recipe you gave, I make it all the time. Thanks for the recipes they keep me happy and busy. Love Kathy imaluckydog
Lena Austin said…
Hey Kathy! Wasn't it delish?

I've done pork loins in the crock pot so often, it's ridiculous. My fave "fast and cheap" trick is to buy the Lawry's Sauces (usually found near the barbecue sauces) such as the Hawaiian, or even a sweet-n-sour sauce from the oriental section of the grocery store. Yummm!!

My band is so tight that I have to run pork, chicken, and most beef through the food processor before I can eat it, so a bit of sauce really makes the processed meat tender and juicy.

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