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12 servings, 1/12 recipe (184 g) each
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Serve with hot cooked rice and steamed green beans.
If you don't have fresh gingerroot on hand, you can use 1-1/2 tsp. ground ginger instead.
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I love the concept of this recipe but it certainly needs some tweaking. The chicken needed salt and my sauce burned with the 6 hours on low. I think the next time I will try adding some orange juice concentrate like the other reviews stated and add a little less BBQ sauce. I think part of my problem may have been that I have a large crock pot and I think a smaller pot would have done the trick. May try it in the oven next time too.
I love this recipe, but my husband wasn't that big of a fan. Worth a try. Great with rice.
We've made this about three times now and my husband and I love it. So easy to make and tasty. It's also super cheap if you buy the marmalade from the Dollarstore. Actually, you can also get Kraft bbq at the Dollarstore or on sale at the grocery store for $1.