Ingredients

How to make it

  • Using a large pot or a dutch oven, add all of the ingredients except the chicken and bring to a boil over a medium-high heat.
  • After reaching the boiling point, add the chicken thighs, stir and cover the pot.
  • Reduce heat to a low flame and simmer for an hour.
  • Remove chicken from the liquid and place on a large baking sheet covered with either a silicone baking pad of Release Aluminum Foil.
  • Bake for 30 minutes at 350 degrees, skin side up!
  • Serve with or over fresh rice.
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  • rse329 6 years ago
    OMG!!!! delicious...i'm a fan...
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  • rse329 6 years ago
    Im making this right now and just smelling it is making my mouth water...very easy to make...
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  • annieamie 6 years ago
    That sounds so good, Haolewife. Mahalo!
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    " It was excellent "
    haolewife ate it and said...
    I just made this tonight. Instead of smmering and baking, I marinated the chicken in the shoyu mixture for about 12 hours and then grilled it. It was perfect!
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    brandyprz ate it and said...
    I just made this for dinner tonight and both my husband and I absolutely LOVED it! Thank you! I gave it a 5 but really it is a 10!!! :)
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    " It was excellent "
    lor ate it and said...
    Oh yummm, this recipe sounds absolutely and positively delicious!!! Thank you for sharing it Annie.
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    " It was excellent "
    robertg ate it and said...
    This a have to make post,thanks for sharing....
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  • annieamie 6 years ago
    Mbelisle, you can add crushed chili peppers to it or "japonesa" dried peppers while simmering the chicken. I'm sure that any dried small HOT pepper will work. I make Kung Pao Chicken and use them all the time. Just remove them before serving or make sure that the kids don't eat them. They're too papery in texture to be eaten anyway. You could also add some seeds from a fresh jalapeno pepper, too. (The skin would change the flavor but it sure would spice it up!) And thank you for trying the recipe. I'm glad that everyone in your home enjoyed it.
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    mbelisle ate it and said...
    I made the recipe with the changes I noted in my last comment. The consensus from the family was to definitely keep this one and repeat it! The only question is how to make it a bit spicier. Does anyone have a suggestion as to what kind of spice might go well?
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    mbelisle ate it and said...
    I'm making this, as usual, with what is in the house (30 below is too cold to be running to the store!). I am using chicken thighs, a can of crushed pineapple, soy sauce, ginger, garlic and ground black pepper. Simmering the chicken in the sauce and serving over steamed basmati rice. Should be done in 30 minutes then I can comment on how it worked out. Thanks for the great ideas in your recipe.
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    " It was excellent "
    peetabear ate it and said...
    these are great..
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  • mrtnzangel8 6 years ago
    Yummm!
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