Sweet Crockpot Chicken

I received this recipe from a neighbor in Hawaii almost 20 years ago. She actually changed the recipe from the original, this is the one majority of my family loves. I WILL FOREWARN YOU . . . THIS DISH IS VERY SWEET . . . NOT EVERYONE WILL LIKE IT! But I will give you a hint on how to tone down the sweetness.



  • 4lbs skinless, boneless chicken thighs
  • 1- 10oz bottles worcestershire sauce
  • 1-15oz can tomato sauce
  • 2 cups sugar
  • Rice
  • SIDE DISH: favorite vegetable


  1. First boil chicken, until cooked thoroughly;
  2. Place chicken, worcestershire sauce, tomato sauce and sugar in to pre-heated crock pot;
  3. Cook on high until water starts to boil, then turn down to low and simmer for 4 to 6 hours (**hint the longer this simmers the better it taste**)
  4. This is important, you will want to taste this occasionally to see how sweet it is. If it is too sweet add 1/4 cup water, let simmer about 20 minutes then taste again. Now remember this is a sweet dish and if you water it down too much it will not taste right.
  5. cook the rice.
  6. Serve over rice
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Tina ♡

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