A super simple way to make a chicken burger that zings with flavor! Sometimes it's referred to as "hawaiian-style." This has been my husband's favorite for a long time, especially at Red Robin. That got too expensive after a while so I thought I'd try making it at home instead. He loves it! These burgers have been a big hit whenever we have friends over for a barbeque.
- Place chicken breasts in glass dish and smother with teriyaki sauce; turn breasts over to cover thoroughly.
- Marinate as long as possible, preferably in the fridge overnight.
- 15-30 minutes if you’re in a hurry.
- On stovetop or grill, cook chicken about 12 to 14 minutes.
- (7-8 minutes in a George Foreman grill).
- Chicken breasts (bone-in and boneless) should be cooked to an internal temperature of 170 F.
- Exact grilling times will depend on the heat of your grill/pan as well as on the thickness of the chicken breast.
- Chicken is done if, when pierced, the juices run clear or the breast is no longer pink inside.
- Spread mayonnaise on each bun, top& bottom.
- Place each cooked chicken breast on a bun and top with a pineapple slice.
- Serve alongside a summer salad or veggies and don’t forget a tall glass of iced tea!
We loved these sandwiches! Had them tonight, actually. Used the King's Hawaiian Hamburger Buns, which are a little on the sweet side, and marinated the chicken in Soy Vay Island Teriyaki for 2 hours. We took the suggestion of adding a slice of provolone cheese on top of the pineapple. Delicious!! We served with corn on the cob and pineapple. I'll definitely be making this recipe again!
Super Delicious, I made my own teriyaki sauce and marinated the breasts over night and it was AMAZING!
I make something similar to this, only I grill the pineapple ring and add a couple pieces of thick sliced bacon. Mmmm good.