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**Slow Cooker Balsamic Chicken

Slow Cooker Balsamic Chicken

  • Cooking Time:

    4–5 hours
  • Servings:

    10–12

Ingredients

4 lb. chick­en thighs (skin)
2 c. light brown sug­ar
1/2 c. sprite (coke)
4 T. crushed gar­lic (fresh)
2/3 c. red wine vine­gar
2/3 c. bal­sam­ic vine­gar
black pep­per
4 T. light soy sauce
cous­cous or rice of your choice, cooked
  1. Place all ingre­di­ents except couscous/rice in a slow cook­er. (Option­al: Add cher­ry toma­toes!)
  2. Cov­er. Cook on Low 4–5 hours.
  3. Remove chick­en from Crock and if desired, remove the bones and skin. (I have use boneless/skinless chick­en breasts for this recipe — just be sure not to over­cook!)
  4. Place the couscous/rice in a bowl and then top with the boneless/skinless Bal­sam­ic Chick­en and some liq­uid from the slow cook­er and sprin­kle with feta cheese.

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Jenn Bare is a Mom, Chef & the Crock-Pot® Girl. She hosts a weekly "Mom Monday" segment on ABC-15 in Phoenix. Jenn is the founder of GetCrocked, the #1 resource for slow cooking with over 1.5 million online followers. She innovates recipes daily with her favorite tool in the kitchen, the Crock-Pot® slow cooker.

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Katie Copeland
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Katie Copeland

How would I go about mak­ing this recipe with chick­en breasts?

Susan
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Susan

I only have diet coke! Any sub­sti­tutes for the soda??

Michele
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Michele

So do you use sprite or coke?

Rachel
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Rachel

99% of of a day’s cho­les­terol?? Are there any sub­sti­tu­tions that may help make this a lit­tle more healthy?

Thanks!

Dianna
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Dianna

This recipe was awe­some and my 7 yr old have it a thumbs up! I espe­cial­ly loved how easy it was to make. Def­i­nite­ly bet­ter with chick­en thighs vs.breasts.

Stephany
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What does the T. stand for? Tea­spoon or table­spoon?

Christy
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Christy

Your recipe ingre­di­ents say: sprite (coke). Which one should be used, sprite or coke?

Christie
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Christie

Is the nutri­tion­al guide infor­ma­tion for 1 serv­ing or the entire meal?

Brittany
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Brittany

By crushed gar­lic, dp you mean fine­ly minced or pressed?

Kimberly
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Kimberly

Will tak­ing the skin off after it’s cooked make the chick­en loose it’s fla­vor?

nanette
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nanette

What’s the pur­pose of the soda? Can some­thing else like a table­spoon of sug­ar be used with the chick­en broth?

nanette
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nanette

Anoth­er ques­tion, I want to use chick­en cut­lets for all of your chick­en recipes instead of chick­en breast with bone. Hoe long would you sug­gest the cook­ing time be? an approx­i­ma­tion would be help­ful, if you can… thanks

sara
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sara

What are the toma­toes pic­tured? Are they sun — dried or raw cher­ry toma­toes or what? Are they cooked at all? It looks deli­cious and would like to try it the way you have it pic­tured.

karen
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karen

Would chick­en legs work with this recipe?

mary
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Is 1/2 c sprite 1/2 cup or can?? And which did you like bet­ter coke or sprite?

Laura
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Laura

Extreme­ly high in calo­rie and carb main­ly due to the soda and brown sug­ar i’m sure… Have you tried diet soda and a sub­sti­tute for the brown sug­ar? Or less brown sug­ar? This sounds amaz­ing to me but i’m dia­bet­ic and this will send me over the top LOL 😉
Thanks!!!!

Maria
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Maria

What is the serv­ing size for this recipe? I used a kitchen con­ver­sion cal­cu­la­tor app to find out what 480g would be equiv­a­lent to and it looks like it’s about 1 pound. No one in my fam­i­ly eats 1 lb. of chick­en in one sit­ting so if we cut the serv­ing size down then the nutri­tion­al val­ues would look much dif­fer­ent. You may want to con­sid­er chang­ing the serv­ing size that your nutri­tion­al cal­cu­la­tor uses to make this recipe even more appeal­ing. I ini­tial­ly thought it looked deli­cious but was con­cerned that there was 900 calo­ries and 99% of the… Read more »

bob
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bob

There is way too much added liq­uid. End­ed up like soup.

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