Tuesday, August 3, 2021

Hawaiian Chicken

I saw this recipe on my friend Lindy's Facebook page last week and decided to make it this week. The recipe called for it to be cooked in a crockpot for 6 to 8 hours, but I used my Instant Pot instead. I also added the cornstarch slurry because Bailey likes her food to have a thick sauce. 

I cut up the chicken breast into small bite sized pieces because that's the way we like it. It was served with rice and broccoli and it's a really good and simple recipe. We both really enjoyed it and I will be making it again. 

Hawaiian Chicken


Ingredients:


2 pounds Chicken (I used two breasts, cut how you like it)

1/2  cup Brown Sugar

1/3  cup Soy Sauce

1 cup Pineapple Juice


Cornstarch Slurry


1 tablespoon of cornstarch 

2 tablespoons of water


Directions;


Combine all ingredients together and cook in an Instant Pot for 10 minutes. 

Once done and opened, turn on sauté feature, add cornstarch slurry, and stir until thickened.


Belinda
~ Living within our Means ~

14 comments :

  1. I bet that is good. Such a good way to stretch your meat.

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  2. Sounds good!!
    Do you use natural release or quick release?
    Thanks 😊

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    1. I did the natural release on this, Kathy. I usually always do the natural release, especially on beans, as it is less messy to clean the lid. LOL

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    2. We really enjoyed the chicken! I added the drained pineapple at the end. Thanks for the recipe!

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    3. Thank you for letting me know, Kathy. Adding the pineapple was a great idea! I need to do that, Bailey loves pineapple.

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  3. Sounds really good Belinda. I am definitely going to give this a try. Though I will probably try it on the stove and use my Instant Pot to make some rice.

    God bless.

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    1. That’s a good idea, Jackie. I hope you like it like we did.

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  4. This sounds tasty! Now I have to figure out how to ketofy it.

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  5. I’ve been making that as a chicken marinade for years. It’s one of our favorites.

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    1. Oh, how neat, Tammy. That’s good to know for future reference. Thank you.

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