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  • Jessica Pilcher
    Jessica Pilcher • 2 years ago

    chicken breast many as needed KC Masterpiece Honey Teriyaki Marinade Directions Place chicken in crock pot. Pour desired amount of marinade onto chicken.Cover and cook on low 6-8 hours.

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  • Jayla Preciado

    with this recipe you have to take some sauce out and let it cool and add 1-2 tbs cornstarch and mix it all back in the crockpot and stir for a couple of minutes to get the glaze-y sauce :)

  • Bridgett Nelson

    Ahhh...thank you for that tip, Jayla! I'll try that next time. I knew I must have done something incorrectly. They really need to add those instructions into the recipe. Appreciate the help!