Total Time
22mins
Prep 10 mins
Cook 12 mins

Has the kind of flavor both kids and adults love! Cooks really fast.

Ingredients Nutrition

Directions

  1. Mix together vinegar, ginger, and chicken in a bowl, making sure chicken is coated.
  2. In a skillet, heat 1/2 cup reserved pineapple juice, broth, brown sugar, Worcestershire sauce, chili powder, and cloves; bring to a boil, then reduce heat.
  3. Add the chicken to the skillet and cook for 5 minutes or until chicken is cooked through.
  4. Mix together cornstarch with water, set aside.
  5. Add pineapple, tomatoes, green onions, and cornstarch mixture, and cook, stirring, until chicken is thickened and bubbly, about 2 minutes.
  6. Serve with rice, if desired.

Reviews

(6)
Most Helpful

I used my new pressure cooker to make this recipe, omitting the cherry tomatoes and cloves. I added some hot sauce, salt, and pepper. It was nice, but next time I'll add even more spices.

gordongates July 15, 2005

My family found this more of an "okay". The cloves brought an odd flavor that we're not used to in this sort of dish. The family thought that it lacked flavor, but I think they just noticed the lack of garlic and either salt or soy sauce. Overall, the basic taste was a little more bland than we like. However, I like the basic recipe itself and the idea of experimenting with pineapple, cloves, and ginger--they go well together. Next time, I think I'll add a little minced garlic, and salt. I think soy sauce would overpower it and make it just another teriyaki style recipe. I think I might increase the worcestshire as well, but not by very much. For me, this recipe is a good start, but not quite there yet.

Muffie February 14, 2005

Something about this recipe didnt work for me. I didnt like the idea of the cherry tomatoes - so I did without them. It was easy and quick and its worth another try - next time I'l do without the cloves and use a bit more chili powder and maybe salt & pepper.

FarAwayLea November 29, 2003

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