The other night my husband and I were talking about takeout vs. homemade meals. We both agreed homemade is usually a lot healthier, as you can adjust the amount of fat and sodium. We also agreed that quite often homemade is also just as tasty, if not even more delicious than takeout. So why were we getting takeout meals so often, then? It’s because we’re too busy to cook! Or maybe just too lazy… Anyway, that made me search for easy-to-make recipes that would help us cook more!
Usually when we’re ordering Chinese food, it’s because the house doesn’t want to do anything but sit back and relax. Well, you can still do that with this recipe, and save money too! Grab your slow cooker for this one. Although most Chinese food is actually cooked in a wok, you’ll be astonished at how tender this meat comes out, but still remains crispy as well. It’s a true weeknight, set-it and forget-it, dish!
Recipe and photo courtesy of The Recipe Critic.
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