could i cook this chicken on high for a shorter amount of time?
Chicken can be a tricky one to cook. Mostly because it can dry out in the slow cooker quickly.
You could cook it on high for a shorter amount of time (about 3-4 hours with frozen chicken breasts) but we recommend cooking it on low, for a longer amount of time, so the juices don’t cook out, and the chicken is more tender and juicy.
You could always cook it higher, then add a little bit of your own teriyaki sauce after cooking, to help with the dryness, but we recommend cooking it on low for longer.
what could i serve with this recipe?
Side dishes are the most tricky part of dinner to me. I am always exhausted after making the main dish, and now they want side dishes? However, we have a few simple dishes that would pair perfectly with this Korean dish.
Here are a few we recommend:
- Cauliflower Fried Rice (you could replace this with the rice, or serve it as a side)
- Baked Avocado Egg Rolls
- Baked Veggie Egg Rolls
- Ramen Noodle Oriental Salad
- Baked Crab Ragoons
- Spaghetti Squash Chow Mein
- 5 Cup Creamy Fruit Salad
- Island Fruit Salad
- Grilled Caramelized Brown Sugar Pineapple
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