- 2 pounds boneless, skinless chicken thighs (I don’t recommend chicken breasts, as they tend to dry out)
- 1/2 cup coconut aminos
- 3 tablespoons honey (or use 3 large, pitted Medjool dates to make this recipe Whole30 compliant – see instructions below)
- 4 cloves garlic (fresh, minced)
- 1 1/2 teaspoons fresh ginger (minced)
- 1 teaspoon sea salt
- 1 tablespoon toasted sesame seeds (optional)
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* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your Daily Values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.
Amy 14 days ago
Wonderful! Definitely would try again! It was super easy to make. I used low sodium soy sauce because I didn’t have coconut aminos and it was really good!
Cossette 23 days ago
Found the sauce really overpowering.
William A. 23 days ago
I ended up using soy sauce instead of the cocunut aminos and it turned out way too salty. This is just not a good recipe imo.
Jessica 2 months ago
It was ok. I felt like something was missing. It needed salt, so maybe next time I will do half soy sauce and half coco aminos. I added broccoli for more texture and that was good but still felt like it needed more. I will consider making again.
Hannah H 2 months ago
I felt the sauce was a little too overpowering
Vicki P. 3 months ago
I forgot to add the salt from the beginning. I added it later and it was too salty. I will cut the salt next time. Good recipe though and I will definitely make it again.
Ryan Fuller 4 months ago
Chicken was great, It really fell apart once I took it out of the pot. However, I found the cook time to be a little too long. The sauce was definitely worth cooking. I Would cook it again.
Sarah 5 months ago
So good my uber-picky child ate his entire share, no complaints! Needless to say, will make this again if he’s going to eat like that every time. The chicken was a little dry. As for a syrupy sauce, I had to leave it in the pan over heat for 10+ minutes to get it to syrupy. It was a very good sauce, though. And my first time cooking with coconut aminos. Couldn’t tell any difference.
Josh Ficklin 6 months ago
it was great just extremely salty! Next time ill use low sodium soy sauce and no extra salt.
Osborne 6 months ago
Great meal. Chicken was super tender. Cooked rice and broccoli while heating the sauce. I also had trouble with it thickening even after adding a bit of cornstarch/water.
Alea H. 6 months ago
Husband LOVED it. I didn’t do the extra step of simmering the sauce; instead I added some chopped kale for a splash of green 30-60 minutes before it was done.
Chuck S 7 months ago
ok so, coconut aminos seem to be like white rhinos. i was told by several people to use liquid aminos as a substitute. NOPE! Too salty. Good flavor though. Im saving the reduction in cubes for other dishes.
Nichole Sanders 7 months ago
I think I messed up somewhere as it didnt turn out how i expected but it still had a great taste and the whole family enjoyed it. will definitely be making it again.
Skulstad 8 months ago
The taste was great except that I did one step wrong. I diced the chicken prior to cooking it, so the meat was a "tad” dry. Other than that, it was amazing ❤️ I’m definitely cooking this again.
Olivia 9 months ago
This chicken was amazing!
Larissa Oglesby a year ago
I didn’t have any ginger, but it still turned out great