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This is a filipino dish that my niece turned me on to and my whole family just LOVES it. I serve it with brown rice.
"Wow - this was fabulous! I cut dwn the recipe a little and used bone-in chicken thighs and it only required 40 minutes of stewing. Next time, I'm making a larger recipe and keeping the leftover chicken for a second meal later in the week. My husband loved this!"- adacooks
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Place all ingredients in a pot and simmer until chicken is tender, about 1 hour. Serve hot over cooked rice. It can also be cooked in a crock pot on low setting all day. this easy recipe can be prepared ahead and it freezes well.
musket42 4 months agoWay too long cooking time. Bland, I added ginger, peppercorns, less water.
travisj 1 year agoHad average expectations and was blown away by the results!! Impressive.
amandamiller2 1 year agoi make mine in a crock pot and use the less sodium soy sauce. i also use way more garlic and add green beans, potatos and boiled eggs. After that i add more water to fill the crock pot. SET IT AND FORGET IT.
jaklynmela7 1 year agoIt's okay! It wasn't a spectacular recipe like my mom's or sister-in-law's..it was just ALRIGHT. I substituted white vinegar with apple cider vinegar so it wouldn't be so sour and I also used only a cup of soy sauce instead of a cup and a half. I didn't want it to be too salty either. Next time I'll tweak this recipe a little more by frying the chicken a little in the end before serving on the rice.
angelashoe 1 year agoExcellent dish!! I love it!!
christeran 1 year agoGood n easy to make.
michy_55 1 year agoI love this recipe, I added potatoes to it and yummyyyy!
adacooks 1 year agoWow - this was fabulous! I cut dwn the recipe a little and used bone-in chicken thighs and it only required 40 minutes of stewing. Next time, I'm making a larger recipe and keeping the leftover chicken for a second meal later in the week. My husband loved this!
onegraybabe 1 year ago
junevavjulio 2 years ago