Recipe by EKUTINAC
"Pineapple, peppers and teriyaki sauce are packed in aluminum foil with chicken breasts. This yummy recipe is easy to prepare and to cook! Tastes great over rice."
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skinless, boneless chicken breast halves
bottled teriyaki sauce or marinade
green bell pepper, seeded and sliced into strips
red bell pepper, seeded and sliced into strips
1 (20 ounce) can
pineapple chunks, drained
Really very good. I did make a few changes. Cut the chicken into cubes and marinated it for about 30 minutes then placed all ingredients into a casserole dish and baked it for about 35 minutes at 350 and served over hot rice. Next time I think I will add garlic powder and a few red pepper flakes for a little added zip. I also may try doing it as a stir fry so I can thicken the sauce a little bit. Regardless it was very good and super easy!
this was just ok... didnt have much taste and the chicken reminded us of boiled chicken... it was very quick and easy to make though. thanks for the recipe, but we probably will not try this again.
I made this on our camping trip this weekend, and it was a big hit! Only it took closer to 40 minutes to cook. We didn't mind because we were having so much fun sitting around the fire, watching them cook.
I love cooking in foil packets because it's fast and easy. This recipe is no exception! I grilled the packets and the chicken was super moist. The combination of the veggies, sauce, and pineapple is very tasty. I served the contents over rice (be sure to pour the juice from the packet over everything...yum!) This freezes exceptionally well, too.
These are delicious!! The only changes I made was that I used breast strips, a sweet onion and I also marinated the chicken for an hour in the teriyaki sauce. I was having a friend over for dinner so I cut up the veggies and stored them in the fridge along with the marinating chicken so that when we were ready to eat all I had to do was throw them together. So easy, so good, and yet good for you. This will definitely be a regular of mine.
Very good and super easy. I added sweet peppers and mushrooms to the mix and then let everyone make their own packets. The kids even liked it!
Since the skies opened up today, I had to fix these in the oven which I'm sure affected the flavor at least a little. I baked them in the foil packets for about 45 minutes total at 450 degrees (checked at 20 and they weren't ready). I used fresh pineapple and that was very good with it, the best part of the dish I thought. The chicken didn't absorb too much of the flavor, I marinated it for about an hour prior to cooking as well, so once on the plate I added a little drizzle of the teriyaki sauce over the meat and rice. It was overall a good dish, I loved the veggies in it! Easy to prep, simple and tasty.
I made this and it turned out incredible!! I used chicken tenderloins, and added a yellow bell pepper and used red onion. Cut everything up (except the chicken) and added it all to a bag. Drenched everything in KC Masterpiece Honey Teriyaki and let marinate for 1 hour. Put everything in each packet, added the pineapple on top and sealed them up. Cooked on the grill for about 45 min and served over white rice. It was a flavor explosion! I think the honey teriayki was the key. Will definately make again!!
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Easy Hawaiian Chicken Packets
Serving Size: 1/4 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 4
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 16
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