Teriyaki Chicken Thighs
Total TimePrep: 15 min. Cook: 4 hours
Everyone loved it! Know your crockpot, though. If it runs hot, you will not need 4-5 hours. I cooked it for four, but I will cook it for about three hours next time. I didn't move the chicken to a platter. I kept it in the crockpot and threw in a bag of frozen broccoli while I made the sauce. After the sauce was made, I poured it back over the chicken/broccoli while the rice was cooking. Easy and delicious!
Why not just use teriyaki sauce and chicken? Simple 2 ingredients.
Wow!! I just made this and can't stress to you how delicious this was. I adjusted the recipe because I didn't have 3 lbs of chicken. I had less than 2 lbs so I reduced the amount it called for by half. I also didn't use the low sodium soy sauce since I didn't have any on hand. I just used the regular and it tasted fine so I'm not sure why everyone commented on how salty it was. Must try!
Great! Works well with chicken legs. Used brown sugar rather than white. Sauce did not thicken up as well as expected
We are a garlic family, so this was a great recipe for us. My kids had seconds, so this momma was thrilled. The meat was fork tender and the sauce was a nice mix of sweet and savory (between the sugar and the soy sauce.) Would make again! Plenty for 2 meals this this family of 4.
My favorite for sure! Easily translates left overs into BBQ sandwiches the next night. Love this!
We all loved this recipe; adults and children alike. I've made it twice. The second time with rice vinegar and I thought that was better than cider vinegar.
This was super easy for a weeknight meal! The family loved it! I used bone in thighs and cooked it for 8 hours. Will definitely make again! Thanks for sharing!
Super delicious, very tender and tasty! Will definitely make again!!
I’ve made this dish 2-3 times, changing the recipe slightly each time. The first time I followed the recipe exactly; the chicken was over cooked and the sauce seemed bland. The most recent time, I used brown sugar, cooked the chicken less than suggested (about 3 1/2 hours), doubled the cornstarch/water and it was the best attempt yet. Simple and tasty!