Crockpot Soy Sauce Chicken
This post is sponsored by Kikkoman and all opinions are my own.
We love Kikkoman Soy Sauce so much in this house and can literally go through a bottle in such a short amount of time! I also have a passion for creating new crockpot recipes and when Kikkoman offered the opportunity to work with them, I immediately started creating this Crockpot Soy Sauce Chicken recipe. I mean who can resist anything covered in soy sauce?
This crockpot soy sauce chicken is exactly what you think it would taste like, but has a slightly sweet flavor enhanced within. One of my goals here at Crockpot Empire is to make delicious dishes that are full of flavor, but with as minimal ingredients as necessary. Most of us are on budgets and time constraints, so I try to create meals that are satisfying and worthy without sacrificing flavor! I will say that this isn’t a “true” representation of what Cantonese soy sauce chicken traditionally is, and the ingredients vary from various cultures, from spices like cinnamon, five spice powder and one to two pieces of star anise. I chose to keep it simple based upon my love for five ingredient or less crockpot cooking, so feel free to get creative and add in the above
I chose to use chicken breasts and thighs to see if the flavor would be enhanced with the dark meat. I will say the combination of the two different meats paired well together, but you can use boneless chicken or all thighs depending upon your preference.
This slow cooked soy braised chicken is tender and not too overpowering. If you’re anything like Fred and me, you will choose to even add more soy sauce before eating! I am serious when I say we love our soy sauce!
- 1 cup soy sauce
- 2 cups water
- 3/4 cup white sugar
- 3/4 cup brown sugar
- 1 Tablespoon jarred minced garlic or 1/4 cup minced garlic
- 1 Tablespoon ginger, powdered
- In a large bowl, combine soy sauce, water, white and brown sugars, garlic and ginger. Mix well. Add chicken to crockpot. Pour soy sauce mixture over chicken. Cook on low 4-6 hours or high 6-8 hours.
- Serve with rice or noodles and garnish with green onions and sesame seeds if desired.
I hope you are having an awesome week! I am headed to the beach tomorrow morning for a girl’s getaway and can’t wait to share all that we did while on #30A. What are you and your families up to this weekend? See you back here next week, and as always thanks for stopping by!