Tasty, more-ish Asian inspired honey and garlic chicken which is fall-apart tender from slow-cooking
It just takes 5 minutes to put together the sauce for this easy and delicious honey garlic chicken, a simple combination of ingredients, slow-cooked with chicken breasts which are shredded into sauce at the end of cooking. Perfect served with egg-fried rice, stir-fried vegetables and smothered in spicy sriracha.
I’ve always loved the slow-cooker- it’s an easy way to make great tasting food without having to put in a whole lot of effort! A slow-cooker is also a really cheap piece of kitchen equipment. Mine is nearly 20 years old and works as well as when it was new. If you are looking to buy a new slow-cooker there are many on the market, and to suit any budget. Lots of supermarkets make their own brand, and you can find loads of great deals on Amazon such as this one:
Once you have started to experiment with a slow-cooker you will find out how versatile it is. The first thing I ever cooked in mine was a beef and ale stew- and it was so good that it was all I made for years! Here’s my recipe for beef and ale stew .
Do you want to explore some more slow-cooker meals? Have a look at some more of my slow-cooker recipes here.
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