5 Reviews

I made this for my family tonight as a rule I don't normally eat chicken but on making this it looked nice I must say it was lovely enjoyed by all only thing I would say is hold back on the water just add a little until you pour sauce over chicken add a little of the pineapple juice as required

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Helen O. January 14, 2016

While this was tasty I encountered several problems with the recipe. 1) The lovely chicken & vegetables were simply swimming in sauce. Note: I copied the recipe before the reduction in water so didn't see the change before making the dish. 2) There is no indication on whether to drain the pineapple tidbits. I drained them into a measuring cup & used as part of the water amount. 3) The ingredients aren't in the order used so do read carefully. After everything is chopped & assembled the recipe goes together easily. I added 1/2 pound of fresh asparagus in step three and liked the addition. We ladeled the chicken, veggies, & sauce over chow mein noodles for added crunch. Made for Spring 2010 Pick A Chef.

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Susie D April 06, 2010

This is an easy and tasty treat! I used a bag of frozen stirfry veggies i lieu of the green pepper (added them in frozen with the chicken), and used pineapple tidbits instead of the chunks. The sauce was a little bit bland for my tastes, but this is definitely worth tweaking!

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ChefMDTP February 28, 2010

This is awesome. It really tastes like it came from a chinese restaurant. I could not find golden syrup so used pure maple syrup. I would love more of these recipes rob16. Thank you.

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Muise4 February 16, 2010
Chinese Pineapple Chicken With Cashew Nuts, Ginger, Spring Onion