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Thai Chicken for the Crockpot

 

4 (4-oz) boneless skinless chicken breasts

3/4 cup salsa

1/4 cup whipped peanut butter*

2 tablespoons lime juice

1 tablespoon soy sauce

1 teaspoon grated ginger root

2 tablespoon chopped fresh cilantro

 

Place chicken breasts in the slow cooker.

 

Mix the remaining ingredients except the cilantro together in a small bowl and then pour over the chicken.

 

Cook on low for 8 – 10 hours. Remove chicken with slotted spoon. If sauce is very thin, mix with 1 tablespoon cornstarch. Pour sauce over chicken, sprinkle with cilantro, and serve hot.

 

Serves 4 @ 5 Points Each

 

* If you are using regular PB the points change to 6 points each.

 

[ February 05, 2004, 10:23 PM: Message edited by: Paris Madeleine ]


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Man, Paris! You are on-a-ROLL, providing us with GREAT recipes! ((big smile)) ((thumbs up))


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Ok gonna have to give this one a shot.Looks easy and nothing strange in it, lol.Thanks Paris , bet your dh doesn't get bored with your cooking.You go girl.


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I agree, you keep knocking em right out of the ballpark..one right after another, and we are reaping the benefits! Thank you!

 

This looks like another good one to me, and I have everything here to make it over the weekend!

 

Thank you~thank you~

Dawna


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Paris, thanks! I just bought some limes and now I know what to do with them!


---Katie, CEO of Me, Inc & living my new-normal

highest:375(fall '98),5'4"//11-19-08 WW restart:277//current:247//2nd 10%:225//NEXT MINI GOAL:239//goal:150

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Love Thai, thanks Paris


Grainne

 

3/16/02- Made WW Lifetime

4'11"...SW 176lbs CW 154 lbs WGW 115

Rejoining weight 11/17 154 lbs

 

 

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I made this and served it over Thai noodles. My DS, who is usually negative about anything Asian-y that I cooked, scarfed it down in two seconds. I did tweak the recipe a bit, decreasing the PB, using Vietnamese fish sauce instead of the soy and adding snow peas and red pepper strips to cook for the last 5 minutes.


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I have this recipe in my pilsbury slow cooker cook book. I made it last week. It was wonderful!!!!! so yummy My whole family tore it up! You will not regret trying this. I served it with green beans and lipton Thai seasme noodles... I had a 1/3 of cup of noodles for 3 points 3 oz chicken breast with a little of the sauce I counted it as 5 points total....

Stacey


Recommited 2-13-04<br />sw 185<br />cw 176<br />goal 140

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Okay, I can imagine that whipped peanut butter is just what it is, but does one purchase it this way or does one whip it herself? (Don't want any extra points for non-whipped PB donchaknow.)


Elle

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It is in the crock as we speak, looking forward to it.


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I made this tonight and it was gobbled up!! what a great recipe, thank you Paris!!


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Thanks, Pari, have lots of chicken and just made my shopping list for the other items smile.gif .

 

GTF


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I made this last night and it was great! I cut my chicken breasts into strips before crocking, and at the end threw in some frozen baby carrots and broccoli. I had mine with 1 cup of whole wheat pasta, and the rest I tossed with regular spaghetti for my daughter and husband. Very good! Thanks Paris!:bcbsalute


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Paris.......

 

This looks great !!! Am going to try this next week when I go back to FP for a break. (Currently doing core for past 5 weeks.)

Thanks for all the wonderful recipes . Keep them coming !!!!!

Karen :water1: :strong:


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OH MY GOSH!

DH :buddysmoo and I tried this recipe Monday, and are having the leftovers tonight. First word out of DH's mouth... KEEPER! This is excellent. I served each portion with 2 ozs. of Dreamfield's pasta. A million thanks once again Paris! I salute you!

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Thanks Paris,

 

I made this today. I came back from my WW WI and the first thing my husband said was that chicken recipe was wonderful. It's a good thing he liked it because I thought it would be good so I doubled the recipe. So many of your recipes are great. One that I repeat often is Minestrone Soup. This Thai chicken recipe will be another one. Thanks so much for sharing.

 

Carmen


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This sounds like a good one. I love Thai food and haven't had any in a while. I think I will try this out next week. Thanks!


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SW: 208.4

CW: 165

GW: 165

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Putting the ingredients on my shopping list! YUM! I just bought some Thai style green beans at Trader Joe's that I had no idea what to make with them - now I know :)

 

Thanks!

Gina


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Goal 150 09/2003

Now 155

 

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This was one of the best crockpot dishes that I have had in a long time!!!

 

YUM ~ thanks for sharing!

Christine :D


208.2/169.5/144

SW/CW/WW Goal (PG TBD)

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I am making this right now :) Smells YUMMY! Thanks Paris!


Jodee SW: 223 CW: 177 PW:178.5 GW:??

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