Korean-Inspired Slow Cooker Chicken

28 August 2016
I love Korean food and have ever since I went to Korea Town in Los Angeles one labor day in 2011.  The balancing act of heat, sour, savory, and sweet, amazes me and I love the strong flavors of sesame.   And, while this recipe is not a traditional Korean recipe, I tried to capture all the flavors I love from Korean food.  Serve with rice, easy homemade kimchi, and a glass of soju.

As seen in: New Beginnings & Slow Cooker Korean Chicken

 

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Instructions
  1. Mix gochujang, soy sauce, sugar, sesame oil, ginger, garlic, and salt in a bowl (with a lid for covering) or ziplock bag.
  2. Add chicken and coat evenly. Cover or seal bag and refrigerate overnight.
  3. Add to slowcooker and cook on LOW for 8-10 hours or HIGH for 4 hours.
  4. Remove chicken. It should be falling off the bone, but go ahead and help it off with a fork and shred.
  5. Move to a cast iron or other heavy bottomed pan and broil or char using a blowtorch.
  6. Serve atop rice, as a fusion taco topping, or with salad.
  7. Top with roasted sesame seeds.

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