Dianna Kume Recipe

Sweet Chicken in the Crockpot

By Dianna Kume dkume

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I just found this on Pinterest. I want to try this, so I'm saving it to try later. I hope it is as good as it looks.


1 c
pineapple juice
1/2 c
packed brown sugar
1/3 c
light soy sauce
2 lb
chicken breast tenderloins

Directions Step-By-Step

Add all ingredients to crock pot. Cook on low 6-8 hrs and they should just fall apart.

About this Recipe

Course/Dish: Chicken
Other Tag: Quick & Easy

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James Graham braahp
Sep 17, 2014
Just a couple of things for people to realize.

1) to achieve the look of the picture, all meat you put into a crockpot must be seasoned and browned on a skillet. No matter who tells you otherwise, you cant just throw ingredients into a crockpot and cook. The browned seasoned meat is your flavor

2) you must also boil and double the wet ingredients. If u like thick sauce, 2tb of cornstarch mixed into 1/2 cup of water.

3) the amount of soy sauseis perfect, when boiled and simmered on a stove. You can also add a bit of ginger to make it more authentic.

Otherwise perfect. Happy cooking ;)
Deeda Be Deeda_Be
Aug 28, 2014
Love this recipe. We make it often and serve it over rice and broccoli. Yum!
Terry Maternowski Terry_Maternowski
Jun 22, 2014
This was a huge disappointment, didn't look like the it shows in the picture. Also the flavor was just ok.
Bronwyn Williams Bronzerat
Jun 4, 2014
I agree totally with the comments by Rick Holt on March 27, 2014. I also joined up just so I could say this recipe, which I followed exactly, looks absolutely nothing like the photo. In terms of taste, it was a total waste of good chicken. I washed the chicken to get the sauce off it hoping the dogs would like it but you guessed it, they sniffed it and walked away! Disgusting - never again . Perhaps Dianna Kume left some ingredients out? Looking at the picture I think maybe honey was also used?
Rick Holt Octoson
Mar 27, 2014
I took the trouble to sign up just to warn others that this is the worst recipe ever! It doesn't, nor will it ever, look anything like the photo. Scientifically and physically impossible. Don't tell me how to "tweak" it. The creator of this recipe has been tweaking enough. She must be a tweaker to have thought this was worthy of posting. Blech! What a waste of good food!