Recipe by HEZZZ1223
"This is a real yummy recipe. Serve it over a bed of rice. The leftovers go nicely in a whole wheat pita the next day for a warm delicious lunch. Hope you all enjoy!"
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skinless, boneless chicken breasts, cut into cubes
green bell pepper, sliced thin
yellow bell pepper, sliced thin
red bell pepper, sliced thin
1 1/4 cups
sliced fresh mushrooms
1 (8 ounce) can
pineapple chunks, undrained
crushed red pepper
This is a wonderful recipe! It's quick and has a delicious taste. I actually marianated my chicken breasts overnight in a teriyaki marinade for extra flavor in the breasts. I also added snow peas (in the pod) and it was absolutely delicious!
I followed the directions and ended up with a very thick, over-sauced waste of a meal. IF I ever make this meal again, I will skip the flour and add less teriyaki sauce.
Delicious and super easy recipe, and flexible too! I only made three changes: 1) used Tbsp of minced garlic instead of powder, 2) sauteed onions and garlic prior to adding chicken to the skillet, 3) upped the pineapple to 10oz (just because I really like pineapple). Tasted great!!! I will definitely make it again and perhaps add some sugar snaps and julienned carrots.
What a great recipe! It was easy and very, very good! I served it over rice. I didn't add the mushrooms because I didn't have any but I loved the peppers...not too many for us at all. I used corn starch instead of flour to thicken it. I didn't marinade my chicken...just cooked it on the stove until cooked through and it was very tender and full of flavor. Thanks for the great recipe! PS - my younger son did think it was a little too spicy, so if you have younger children you could watch how much of the crushed pepper you add. But we liked it!
Came out great! I did spend a little more time on the chicken because I decided to dip it in flour and then fry it. It tasted great, I loved the sweetness of it and the pineapples.
Really good recipe served it with brown and wild rice. I used fresh pineapples,(can have a high sugar content)grilled on the george forman grill. It only took a couple of minutes and the grilling added extra flavor
If I could, I would give this a four and a half. Had a great flavor! It made too much sauce for my taste, but my bf loved the sauce. I will only use half the pineapple juice next time, and 3/4 C teriyaki. I really liked the cooking method, I was skeptical of not sauteeing the veggies before adding the liquid, but this way they stayed fresh and crisp. I also used cornstarch instead of flour, and that gave me a nice glossy sauce (even though it was too much!). Will make again.
Fast, easy and transports well. I took to a potluck and it was the first dish to go. I cooked the night before to save time and reheated the next day just before the party. I topped off with pineapple rings grilled on my Mr Grill. This dish really went over with the teenagers.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Teriyaki and Pineapple Chicken
Serving Size: 1/8 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 8
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 49
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