We don’t do this too often, maybe once a month, but it is divine. This is Honey Chicken from Key Ingredient.com with a few modifications to make it Paleo.
Since this isn’t from a paleo website, we did make just a few modifications. It calls for Soy sauce, but you can use Tamari, or preferably Coconut aminos, obviously the difference being soy vs coconut. Also, it says vegetable oil or olive oil, so don’t sully this dish with rancid vegetable oil. And then it says to use cornstarch, but you can use any other starch and it will work just the same like arrowroot, tapioca, or even potato starch. We actually leave out the sesame seeds, but that is by choice. Our daughter loves the green onions we use with this dish and wants a green onion in every bite, so we end up using a lot of green onions for this recipe rather than scallions.
As I said before, this meal is fantastic. We usually serve it over a bed of rice, or you could do cauliflower rice if you wanted, along with some kale. Part of our kale went bad before we got to fix it on this round, but normally we have at least double that amount, which makes for a fantastic meal. And one of the best parts is that it just sits in the crockpot for a few hours, so supper comes around and you’re ready to eat. Definitely makes for a less stressful supper when it isn’t all rush to get the table set.