Asian-inspired glaze packs flavor in this slow cooker recipe

February 7, 2018
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Cafe Delites‘ Asian-glazed chicken. (Image Courtesy of Cafe Delites)

Bright in color and full on flavor, Cafe Delites‘ slow-cooked Asian glazed chicken fillets are an easy, no-fail dinner option for when you don’t have time to cook.

With six tablespoons of brown sugar, we can’t guarantee this is the healthiest recipe you could make — but it may be one of the tastiest.

The glaze is made with reduced sodium soy sauce, oyster sauce, the brown sugar and garlic cloves. A cornflour and water mixture is used to thicken the glaze. After about 6-8 hours in the slow cooker, this dish is ready to be served with some rice and vegetables for a complete meal.

See the recipe, including ingredients and cooking instructions, from Cafe Delites online.

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