Hawaiian Baked Chicken : Marinaded in a garlicky-pineapple juice mixture, this is the most flavorful chicken you will ever make! Hey, Friends! Happiest of Sundays!
Pineapple roasted chicken is unlike any other chicken I have tasted. The pineapple gives off a sense of sweetness; alternatively, the soy sauce yields a sour, salty flavor. The combination of the two is simply out of this world.
This dish was so easy to put together. Easy enough that my boys could have prepped this meal on their own. Even better, everyone loved it!
The Nosher via JTA — I make chicken so often that my kids once told me we were all going to grow feathers and start clucking. There are few foods as versatile as this worthy bird, so it was always easy for me to prepare it in a multitude of ways. Over the years I learned that chicken dinner never has to be boring.
The pineapple sauce is made first by briefly simmering pineapple juice from canned pineapple, honey, soy sauce, curry powder, hot sauce and vinegar together then mixing in the pineapple. I thought it might be overly sweet but it has just the right balance of sweet and savory with a gentle kick of heat from the hot sauce and curry powder. The chicken soaks up the sauce to keep them juicy and the vinegar helps tenderize them making it easy to get good results.
This oven-baked pineapple chicken is an amazing combo of sweet and sour. The chicken ends up juicy and perfectly cooked with a tangy finger-licking sauce, perfect with rice or noodles. Oven-Baked Pineapple Chicken Recipe serves 2 prep time: 5 minutes cook time: 45 minutes total time: 50 minutes.
Coming soon to a kitchen near you: an escapist fantasy set under the sun, starring spicy-fruity glazed chicken. Spoiler alert: Your opinion of pineapple could change forever. What a pleasant surprise with this dish.
This is it! How about we have some barbecue sauce with that chicken today? This stuff is lip smacking good. You will eat and smack your lips and lick your fingers.
Pineapple juice and a variety of spices and seasonings flavor these simple baked boneless chicken breasts. The chicken is first coated with seasoned flour and browned in the skillet and then it's baked with a sweetened pineapple juice sauce. If you would like a sauce, it takes just a few extra minutes to thicken the liquids with a simple mixture of cornstarch and water.