Yield: 4 servings
|6||Chicken thighs; skinned|
|6 ounces||Mushrooms; sliced|
|3||Garlic clove; minced|
|per Michael Sullivan (email@example.com)|
|½ cup||Teriyaki sauce|
|2||Handfuls of bean sprouts|
Put everything except the bean sprouts in a crock pot in the morning.
Mix them up and set to low. Should be mostly done when you get back home. Prepare some rice to spoon over. After you start the rice put bean sprouts in the crock pot and mix up. When the rice is done, the chow mein is done. Serve over the rice. Note that the chicken is so tender that it will literally fall off the bone. What I like to do is de-bone all my pieces and mix everything (chow mein, rice) up together.
Submitted By FLORENCE THOMPSON On 03-22-95