Spicy Sesame Honey Chicken — 30 Days of Whole Food Garden Fresh Summer Slow Cooker Recipes


This is a recipe that’s simply delicious. Simple to put together, and delicious to eat!



Spicy Seasame Honey Chicken gives you some of those oriental flavors you may be craving, but in a healthier form. It’s served over brown rice and it has simple, fresh toppings that add a lot to the dish.

The ingredients in this one are picked with the paleo diet in mind. It’s good to have options and variety when you are trying to limit or eliminate your gluten intake that are flavorful and satisfying. But I have to say you don’t have to be eating paleo food in order to enjoy this one. The recipe is a bit of a fusion. The creator called it Asian meets Latin sort of flavors. Whatever the case, it looks good to me!

I think you could serve this sort of like a haystack. Top it with all kinds of chopped or shredded veggies like carrot, Chinese cabbage, red bell pepper for some added crunch and nutrition and to make it a one bowl meal.

Click here to read the whole recipe and instructions. 

30 Days of Whole Food and Garden Fresh Summer Slow Cooker Recipes


Looking for more recipes that feature whole food and garden fresh ingredients? Check out the rest of the posts in this 30 day series!

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