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Crockpot Sweet and Sour Chicken

Crockpot Sweet and Sour Chicken with bits of green pepper, pineapple and tender chicken. This mildly sweet dish served over rice is sure to delight.

Crockpot Sweet and Sour Chicken 1

 

 

To begin, cut three boneless, skinless chicken breasts into 1 inch cubes. Place it in your crockpot.

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Dice an onion. Place it in your crockpot.

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Add in a cup of pineapple chunks with the juice.

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Add in 1/3 cup each of ketchup and honey.

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In a small dish, whisk together 2 tablespoons of soy sauce, and three tablespoons each of corn starch and rice vinegar. {aff}

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Whisk until smooth; pour it in the crockpot.

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Cut a green pepper into 1 inch pieces.

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Finally add in a tablespoon of minced ginger {aff}. I used this kind that I get in the produce section – no mincing necessary.

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Stir it all together. Cook this on low for 6 hours, or high for 4 hours. Serve with cooked, hot rice.

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Enjoy!

Crockpot Sweet and Sour Chicken 2

 

Crockpot Sweet and Sour Chicken

Crockpot Sweet and Sour Chicken
 
Ingredients
  • 3 boneless, skinless chicken breasts
  • 1 onion
  • 1 green pepper
  • 1 c pineapple chunks, in juice
  • ⅓ c honey
  • ⅓ c ketchup
  • 2 Tb soy sauce
  • 3 Tb corn starch
  • 3 Tb rice vinegar
  • 1 Tb minced ginger
  • Hot cooked rice for serving
Instructions
  1. To begin, cut the chicken into 1 inch cubes. Dice the onion and cut the pepper in 1 inch pieces. Place those in your crockpot. Add in the ketchup, honey, and pineapple. In a small dish whisk together the corn starch, soy sauce and vinegar until smooth. Pour it in. Add in the ginger. Stir everything together. Cook in your crockpot on low for 6 hours or high for 4 hours. Serve over hot cooked rice.
  2. Enjoy!

About the author

Constance

Constance Smith is a homeschool veteran, having eclectically homeschooled three kiddos through graduation. After spending 25 years living an army life, she and her husband are planting roots in northern Alabama where she is starting a farm and enjoying country life. Constance has been blogging for over a decade and has had her content published in several local and national publications. You can find hundreds more recipes, photography, videos of her life and more at her website, Cosmopolitan Cornbread.

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