Add about 1/4 cup of the reserved pineapple juice to the skillet and cover (you can add water here instead of the juice, if desired). We love this and think everyone should make it at least twice a month. Bake at 350 degrees for 20-25 minutes or until it is hot and bubbly. (Despite some pretty awful iPhone photos. Very thinly slice the chicken breasts, pat them dry, and toss them in a medium bowl with the cornstarch and salt and pepper. Pour mixture into a greased 9x13 {or 12"round} baking dish and bake for 20-25 minutes or until mixture is hot and bubbly. This meal is happening soon!! My sauce never really got thick at all though – is it not supposed to be thick? Gosh, I love a good stir-fry. Teriyaki Chicken Stir-Fry is loaded with vegetables, full of lean chicken breasts, and served over rice for a quick, easy, and healthy alternative to Japanese takeout. Vegetables: it probably goes without saying, but the vegetables in this recipe are highly adaptable to what you have on hand or what you prefer. Jacqueline, sometimes it helps to pat the chicken dry before adding it to the cornstarch. I partially freeze (or partially thaw, depending on the initial state) my chicken and then I run it through a slicing disk on my food processor: it makes strips far thinner than I have patience to cut myself. 1 tablespoon rice vinegar I love a good stir fry, and this looks delicious. ","position":2,"name":"For the sauce, combine all the ingredients together...","url":"https:\/\/www.melskitchencafe.com\/teriyaki-chicken-stir-fry-30-minute-meal\/#mv_create_751_2"},{"@type":"HowToStep","text":"Heat the oil in a large, 12-inch nonstick skillet over medium-high heat until rippling and hot. Stir fry & teriyaki …. Kids and husband liked it. 1 1/2 to 2 pounds boneless, skinless chicken breasts My husband can’t eat pineapple, so I left it out, but I substituted grape juice for the pineapple juice in the sauce. In class, I always have students who are adamant that they don’t like veggies. Could I leave it out? I love seeing all the goodness you are whipping up in your kitchens! Cook Time: Stir until combined. I’ve made many recipes from your site since finding it a couple of months ago. I’m glad I found it again when I needed something to do with leftover chicken. As an Amazon Associate and member of other affiliate programs, I earn from qualifying purchases. Great one, Mel! Yum!!! I had to cook the veggies in a different pan because the stuck on chicken was burning on the bottom of the other pan. To get all the latest delicious recipesstraight to your inbox. 1 1/2 lbs. molasses 1 tablespoon cornstarch I was so happy to see all the comments expressing love and kindness about Saturday’s post… You are a force for good here in Internet land !!! Is the vinegar seasoned? Required fields are marked *. Teriyaki Chicken Stir Fry with Pineapple INGREDIENTS. I’m thinking that may help the sticky issue. Add about 1/4 cup of the reserved pineapple juice to the skillet and cover (you can add water here instead of the juice, if desired). Serve warm and watch your family enjoy every last bite. Thank you. For the sauce, combine all the ingredients together in a bowl or liquid measuring cup and whisk until smooth. Your email address will not be published. Serves 6. I’m a “closet” kind of “issues person”. I do have a question though as I did have a slight problem. If your chicken is sliced super thin, it won't take long to cook through. It will be replacing the sweet and sour chicken (the stir fry version you have). This is a great recipe and even with a necessary substitution, it was fabulous! If you like your veggies super crisp don’t bother blanching.). Add half of the chicken to the skillet in a single layer without overlapping and let it cook until nicely browned, about 30-45 seconds. Who wants to spend all evening prepping dinner? Long live the food processor! ~2 Tbsp. I made this for my family last week and I’m making it again tonight! It definitely goes well with the teriyaki.) 2 tablespoons brown sugar I love seeing all the goodness you are whipping up in your kitchens! Oct 11, 2019 - Explore mykoregon's board "Teriyaki pineapple chicken" on Pinterest. Filed Under: All Posts, Chicken & Turkey, Dinner, Pasta & Rice, Recipes Tagged With: chicken, dinner, hawaiian, main dishes, pineapple, stir-fry, teriyaki, Your email address will not be published. In a large bowl combine all of the base ingredients. If your chicken is sliced super thin, it won’t take long to cook through. Add the chicken back to the skillet. brown sugar Rice, shredded chicken and stir fry vegetables. . The absolute best dishes to prepare are stir fries. If your chicken is sliced super thin, it won't take long to cook through. Let the chicken sit for about 10-15 minutes while whisking the sauce and prepping vegetables. Learn how your comment data is processed. They don’t taste the same nor do they cook the same. I was surprised to see the pineapple chunks mix right in and know even my picky eaters will enjoy this one. Packed with sweet tropical teriyaki flavors and made in less than an hour, this Hawaiian chicken teriyaki stir-fry will quickly become a permanent dinner item! YUMMY! 2 teaspoons cornstarch The sauce was just runny enough, I am careful now to slice the chicken evenly, it cooks so quick you need to make sure all of it cooks , if there is a few thicker pieces in there its easy to undercook, even turning all the time. Delicious on vegetables, chicken, beef, pork, or shrimp. This particular teriyaki version is fast and simple and totally delicious. But this recipe fooled me into thinking so. Thank you! The sauce is really good and so versatile for adding what is on hand. Looking through my fridge I figured I guess I could do a quick stir fry! Add all of the vegetables and pineapple to the hot skillet and cook, stirring often, until the vegetables are bright in color and barely tender. But tonight was the first time that I made the chicken as directed instead of using previously cooked chicken. One question though – a lot of stir fry recipes call for coating the meat in cornstarch before cooking, but every time I’ve done that, it’s just created a big sticky mess in the bottom of the pan. I’m with you about the carrots. Accomodating food allergies is SOO much easier with your tried and true recipes! Remove the chicken to a plate and repeat with the remaining chicken. Follow @melskitchencafe on Instagram and show me the recipes you are making from my blog using the hashtag #melskitchencafe.