After trying this General Tso’s Slow Cooker Chicken you’ll never order this for take out from a Chinese restaurant again!
I have a fun surprise! Today is a switcheroo Freaky Friday blog hop! A group of bloggers decided to poke around on each other’s sites, find a recipe to try, and reveal the identity of the blogger and recipe we chose today!
I’m happy to share a recipe from Who Needs a Cape? Are you familiar with the site? You’ll just love how this blog came to be. A group of five ladies became buddies online while supporting each other during their pregnancies, and now several years later the same super moms share their love for cooking, along with DIY tips and projects! How cool and unique for these friends to pull together their talents and share their creations with us! I’ve connected with Lori online who is in charge of the social media aspect of their site, but boy would I love to meet each of them!
I was so excited to see a tab on their blog dedicated to slow cooker meals. I’m enjoying the ease of using my Crock Pot and I’m alway so thrilled with the tender and tasty meals of slow cooking. I looked at lot of recipes before I decided on the General Tso’s Slow Cooker Chicken recipe. I picked this recipe to make since I thought the dish would be perfect to serve during the Chinese New Year celebration. Plus, it’s a low-fat dish, the ingredients are stock items in my kitchen, and it doesn’t involve any frying, which is typical way to prepare this dish. Furthermore, the sauce is not overly sweet. In fact, it has a little heat that is perfectly balanced with the honey that’s in this recipe.
I’m not done drooling over all the delicious food over at Who Needs a Cape? I printed a couple of more recipes that I want to try; Baked Broccoli Cheese Dip, holy yum! And this Mocklava (Easy Baklava)! Don’t they both look amazing?! Swing by and take a look for yourself. I know you find several recipes to bookmark!
- 2 pounds, skinless, boneless chicken breasts
- 5 teaspoons of garlic, minced
- 8 tablespoons honey
- 2 teaspoons ginger
- 6 tablespoons soy sauce
- 1 teaspoon crushed red pepper flakes
Freaky Friday Participants!
Please take a moment to visit each blog and check out what fun recipes each blogger made!
A Dish Of Daily Life
An Affair from the Heart
Aunt Bee’s Recipes
Big Rigs ‘n Lil Cookies
Café Terra Blog
Full Belly Sisters
Honey & Birch
The Foodie Affair
Who Needs A Cape?
Your next favorite recipe just might be in one of these recipes!