Total Time
Prep 15 mins
Cook 15 mins

A wonderful recipe that tantalizes the taste buds. Sweet, tart and slightly salty, though a relatively low calorie meal, it is very satisfying. Easy to prepare and enjoyed by all family and friends.

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. Cut chicken and bell peppers and onions into bite size pieces.
  2. Slice carrots into 1/4 inch disks.
  3. Grated (or minced) ginger (grating is easily done when ginger is frozen).
  4. Slice Mushrooms.
  5. Mix together reserved pineapple juice, water, chicken bouillon and soya sauce.
  6. Heat to a boil on stove top or in microwave.
  7. Mix the vinegar and cornstarch together in a small container.
  8. Set aside.
  9. While waiting for the sauce to boil, saute onions and ginger for one minute, add chicken.
  10. Cook until pink colour is gone.
  11. Add remaining vegetables including pineapple pieces.
  12. Stir fry until tender crisp.
  13. Once pineapple juice mixture comes to a boil, add vinegar/cornstarch mixture to it.
  14. Heat (stirring occasionally) until thickened.
  15. Add pineapple juice mixture to vegetables and mix thoroughly.
  16. Serve plain or on rice.
  17. Note: Other vegetables such as brocolli, snow peas and bean sprouts can be added or substituted in this recipe.
  18. Note: If using unsweetened pineapple, add 1 tablespoon of brown sugar to pineapple/bouillon mixture.


Most Helpful

Quite tasty...nice change from regular stir fry! I also added in some pea pods, brocolli and water chesnuts! Yum

brunettebaker February 18, 2008

A very tasty dish that I'll definately make again. I used sesame oil to brown the chicken and I think it added to the tastyness.

JoolieJoo April 29, 2006

Wonderful combination of flavours and an attractive dish that I wouldn't hesitate to serve to guests!

Kim A. Heaphy July 12, 2004

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