The Asian Slow Cooker Cookbook Giveaway (Closed)

I’m excited to give away two copies of The Asian Slow Cooker: Exotic Favorites for Your Crockpot by Kelly Kwok of Life Made Sweeter!

Slow Cooker Honey Garlic Chicken Sliders Cooking Process

The cookbook provides great new flavors to try in your slow cooker. These simple and delicious recipes will have your favorite Asian dishes waiting for you right when you get home. With the press of a button, you can make authentic dishes that are healthier and tastier than their restaurant counterparts.

You’ll experience a wide variety of flavors; choose spicy, vegetarian, noodles or rice. There are even recipes that have 5 ingredients or less. Extra long day? Kelly’s fuss-free one-pot and skillet recipes will have dinner on the table in 30 minutes or less―and with only one pan to wash, cleanup will be a breeze. Whether you’re in the mood for General Tso’s Chicken, Pad Thai Noodles with Chicken, Beef Chow Fun, Panang Curry, Mapo Tofu or Tom Yum Hot and Sour Soup, you can have fast, delicious meals every day of the week the easy way.

Slow Cooker Honey Garlic Chicken Sliders Cooking Process

I made this Slow Cooker Honey Garlic Chicken Sliders by using the recipe from the Asian Slow Cooker Cookbook.

Giveaway Rules:

  • This giveaway will be open from March 18th and will close on March 26th at 11:59 pm CST.
  • This giveaway is open to US residents.
  • One winner will be selected via Random.org and contacted via email so please include a valid email address in the email address entry box (Your email address won’t appear on the website).
  • The winner is required to respond within 48 hours to claim the prize.

How To Enter:

Required:

  • Ticket 1: Leave a comment on the bottom of this post sharing your favorite Chinese dish or dishes.

Bonus Entries (optional):

You will have a total of five tickets for a chance to win this amazing prize.

And the winner is:

Britton and Annette! Congratulations for winning the giveaway 🙂

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144 thoughts on “The Asian Slow Cooker Cookbook Giveaway (Closed)

  1. Kimmy Ripley

    I love making a big pot of wonton soup! My whole family loves it and it is so good on a cold, winter day!

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  2. Kimmy Ripley

    Facebook fan of Omnivore’s Cookbook. Last entry and fingers are crossed! I have this book on my Amazon wishlist.

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  3. Sandy H

    My favorite Chinese dishes are Dim Sum, but I always go out for that. For at home cooking, my favorite is Broccoli Beef where my secret ingredient is Black Vinegar.

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  4. Sandy H

    Been following you on facebook since I found out about you from your connection to Center Cut Cook. I am so glad to find you, I love your recipes and have no problem finding the ingredients at the market down the street. follow as Sandy Headtke

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  5. nonie railey

    3/19/2017
    I have just joined your “family” so haven’t had a chance to try your recipes yet, but am excited to try the orange chicken and particularly excited to learn to do the crispy fry part. It sounds wonderful.

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  6. Alfred Alarcon

    One of my new favorite is the Chinese herbal chicken noodle soup which you don’t need a excuse to make it.

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  7. Cheena

    My favorite Chinese dishes are almost any vegetable, especially the greens such as gai LAN, spinach, long con cai etc. I never liked cooked vegetables until I moved to China!

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  8. Sonia Colon

    I have not meet a Chinese dish that I don’t love. Visiting China 1 1/2 years ago was an epicurean’s delight. But roast pork fried rice, egg rolls r just a few of my favorite foods

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  9. Rebeca Torres-Rose

    I LOVE aromatic squid, lightly battered and fried w/ onions salt and szechuan pepper. YUM! But then again, it’s hard to pick a favorite. I could just really go for that right now!

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  10. Audrey

    Maggie, ever since I found your recipe for Tomato and Egg Stir Fry, the family and I enjoy it at least once a week. AND the kids never tire of it!

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  11. SAP

    My favorite is homemade Real-Deal Kung Pao Chicken and Szechuan fried Eggplants and Mapo Dofu and … . Szechuan kitchen is great!

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  12. Riah

    Hello! This looks like an amazing cookbook! My favourite recipes would be Panang Curry and Wonton Noodle Soup (what can I say, it was the first Chinese dish I tried as a kid!).

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  13. Don Donadio

    My favorite Chinese dish has always been shrimp with lobster sauce. Ever since I was in high school when we drove down to Newark, NJ for rehearsals for the Allstate Orchestra we would always go to a local Ch inese restaurant for dinner after the rehearsal. The only dish I ever ate there was the shrimp in lobster sauce and I have been trying to duplicate that recipe for over 60 years now with varying success. I still love that dish.

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  14. Sharon C Turner

    When I don’t feel so good, Egg Drop Soup always makes me feel better.
    On a side note: I’ve always wanted how to learn to make Chinese or Asian Dishes and have several cookbooks but, nowhere to go to learn these ingredients or cooking techniques. We now have an Asian Super-market here in St Petersburg FL but most items do not have English on the packages and employees usually don’t speak English fluently……so many interesting items, yet no way to know what they are or how to use them. My heart beats faster even thinking of shopping at this super-market!

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  15. Celia Manangan

    I have been following your page for so long! My family and I love dim sum, sweet and sour fish, tangerine beef, crispy noodles topped with chopsuey and shark fin soup.

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  16. Zoe Lau

    Growing up my grandmother would make delicious homemade dumplings filled with cabbage, shrimp, pork served with chinkiang vinegar! 🙂 yummy!

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  17. Maya Saccuzzo

    Homemade ramen noodle bowl. With bone broth made in a slow cooker. Just made fresh noodles this week. Yum!

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  18. phyllis

    my favorite chinese dish depends on the time of day! i love dim sum, congee, peking duck, chicken feet, garlic crab, anything and everything!

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  19. Britton Davis

    Of the Chinese dishes I’ve experienced so far i truly love Sichuan foods! Some of my favorites are cumin lamb, braised fish and clear noodles with chili oil, sliceed fish and sour cabbage soup, soup dumplings & any dumplings really!! 🙂

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  20. Evelyn

    I have recieved your e- mail something new dish . I also follow your recipe to cook for my family almost everyday different meal . They are love it and delicious. Thank you!

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  21. elisabeth zolomy

    I nearly love all Chinese dishes 😉 but my prefered ones are ginger and spring onion beef, dumplings (all kind) rice desserts, spicy and sour soup, sooo much more !
    Thanks for sharing all these goodnes with us.
    Xoxo

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  22. Hannu Räty

    My favorite Chinese dishes are Dim Sum. Getting free omnivore´s cookbook. This not fear: “This giveaway is open to US residents”!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! . I am living in Finland.

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  23. Susan Torgersen

    My favorite Dish is General Tso’s Chicken and I love to experiment with many other dishes for healthy dinners!

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  24. ROB

    I love the sauces. Just returned from being away for two months and Maggie’s black bean sauce is wonderfully flavorful as a dipping sauce for Organic Chicken & Veg Pot-stickers. What a wonderful web site. Please keep up the great work.

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  25. Caryn Stardancer

    My favorite Chinese dishes are all noodle dishes! Won ton, hand pulled, soups, stir fry. I can never get enough.

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  26. Nick

    My favorite Chinese dishes are Buddha’s delight and hot and sour soup. I love woodear mushrooms and lily buds!

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  27. Marie-Andree Cloutier

    I was nicely surprised by duck thong in Shanghai when attending a traditional dinner. I was a little less enthused with the pig ears! I just love Chienese and other Asian inspired cuisine.

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  28. Lisa Krieger

    What a great looking cookbook!
    I can finally prepare a decent bok choy dish, but there’s always room for improvement.

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  29. Tracy F

    I love so many Chinese dishes. A colleague recently told me about soy sauce chicken that his mom makes. I’d love to try it.

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  30. Ellen portal

    Love your recipes. I live in Houston and it’s easy to get the ingredients…your recipes are easy to follow and tasty. I love your steamed broccoli recipe …I hope I win the cookbook! Thanks for sharing your expertise !

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