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Easy Spicy Thai Slow Cooker Chicken

Rated as 4.22 out of 5 Stars
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"This is an inexpensive, time-saving recipe for anyone who loves spicy Thai but can't always afford to get carry-out."
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Ingredients

4 h 5 m servings 564
Original recipe yields 6 servings

Directions

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  1. Stir together the sesame salad dressing, Thai chili paste, ginger garlic paste, and peanut butter in a bowl until the mixture is well combined. Dip chicken pieces in the mixture, and place into a slow cooker. Pour the remaining sauce over the chicken. Set the cooker to Low, and cook 4 to 6 hours, until the chicken is very tender.

Footnotes

  • Partner tip: Try using a Reynolds® slow cooker liner in your slow cooker for easier cleanup.

Nutrition Facts


Per Serving: 564 calories; 51.1 10.7 17.5 48 1171 Full nutrition

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This had a really nice flavour, I followed recipe exactly, I was a little apprehensive of the heat of the thai chilli paste, I licked a little off the spoon, before I threw it in the sink, it wa...

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I made this dish this week for my son and my Thai exchange student. I wanted to cook something that would meet our American taste as well as satisfy his Thai cravings. I followed the recipe ex...

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This had a really nice flavour, I followed recipe exactly, I was a little apprehensive of the heat of the thai chilli paste, I licked a little off the spoon, before I threw it in the sink, it wa...

This is really good. I made it last night for dinner but wanted to cut calories so used 1/2 bottle of light Kraft Asian dressing. It turned out great with complex flavor that was not overpowered...

I did enjoy this dish very much. However, next time, I will make one modification - I will use half the amount of Asian Dressing. That's more than enough. Normally I don't modify a recipe until ...

Husband says 3, I say 4. I halved the recipe, but left the chile paste, ginger garlic paste, and peanut butter the same. I really couldn't taste any of those seasonings distinctly, which was fin...

The first thing out of my husbands mouth was "YUMMY", so I know it was a hit. Fixed it exactly as written(found the garlic ginger paste at Woodmans). I did take the juice, put it in a saucepan, ...

I made this dish this week for my son and my Thai exchange student. I wanted to cook something that would meet our American taste as well as satisfy his Thai cravings. I followed the recipe ex...

This was tasty and oh so easy! I only used half the bottle of salad dressing, and doubled the chile paste. I found ginger garlic paste in my grocery's Indian section (Laxmi Brand). I used skinl...

This was absolutely delicious! I used 6 whole breasts of chicken and still had a lot of sauce left over. I also added extra chili paste (it wasn't nearly spicy enough for us) and served it over ...

Good and easy. I love thai peanut chicken and my family loves it. I think I would rather have it cooked in a wok w/ bell peppers and to make my sauece from scratch, but for a quickiet this recip...