cindy January 16, 2015 COMMENT: no water, juice or chicken stock...yet still juicy?
CDKitchen Staff Reply: The crock pot creates steam while it cooks which creates the needed liquid in the recipe (assuming you have a properly fitting lid on it).
Member since: Oct 12, 2002
loveCook June 20, 2014 REVIEW:
I added some chopped bell pepper and thickened the sauce at the end and served it over rice.
Member since: Apr 11, 2002
FoodA October 28, 2013 REVIEW:
Don't add the cornstarch at the beginning, add it 30 minutes before it's done. The sauce will be thicker that way. I mix the cornstarch with some pineapple juice to make a slurry and stir that in but water would work fine too.
Guest Foodie August 17, 2013 REVIEW:
I cut up the chicken into bite sized pieces and served this over rice. Perfect dinner!
Member since: Dec 16, 2012
vmcelree December 16, 2012 REVIEW:
I made this for a youth Christmas supper, along with another wonderful rice dish.
At first when I looked at it, I thought it would be complicated....well, it was so easy. I did what it said and mixed everything (times 6)..I had to cook for 40...I mixed all the fruits, juice and all, put it in a turkey pan (needed something big) and baked it in the oven for 4 hrs at 300 and then 1/2 hrs at 350..it was so wonderfully coated, and delicious. The kids came back for seconds!!! Tons of compliments, almost all gone at the end of the meal. The two recipes from this site made for a wonderful Hawaiian nite for the young people. I think I'll keep this site. val