The sauce was good, but the chicken didn't absorb a lot of the flavor of the sauce. I cooked it on high for about 3 hours. We served it with rice as suggested. The next day, we put the leftovers on buns with barbecue sauce and pineapple slices. I want to try this recipe again cooking it on low, that might help with the flavor of the chicken! Thanks weekend cooker!
I was surprised how good this was. I used crushed pineapple & left out the cornstarch. After the chicken was done & put the instant rice in the sauce to soak it up. Yum! Made for PRMR Tag.
I made a couple of small changes: using diced fresh ginger instead of the powdered, 1 half small chopped onion and added 1/4 teaspoon red pepper flakes. It still seemed to be lacking something, Used low sodium soy sauce so maybe that was part of it. I cooked on low 6 hours and ended up shredding the chicken and mixing it all together. It was OK but not sure I would make again.
This was okay, I used pineapple chunks instead of the pineapple slices but otherwise made as directed. We served this with broccoli for a very easy dinner. Thanks for sharing!
Very good! I was surprised that the chicken wasn't very pineapple-y, you needed to scoop sauce onto the bite to taste any. I use crushed pineapple and for the reason above, I'm glad. While the color of the sauce wasn't very appealing, it tasted great!
yummm. I used crushed pineapple...and cooked it on high for 3 hours...quite good - next time, maybe a little more pineapple juice, since I tasted some of the other flavors more than the pineaplle...but, definitely will make this again :-)
This was just ok for us, I found it to a bit bland, odd considering all the flavours in the ingredients
This makes a very easy and festive dinner! I served it over rice. This appeals to those who prefer sweet Polynesian cuisine to hot and spicy Asian cuisine! Thanks, Weekend Cooker! Made for Zaar Stars.
This was really good - nice, tender chicken & really nice flavour in the sauce! And, it couldn't get much easier. I actually prepared the night before, refrigerated & then hubby plugged in the crockpot before he went to work the next afternoon.
I used 3 boneless skinless breast halves, used a can of crushed pineapple (drained as much juice as I could) as that's all I had, adding 1/2 tsp. minced garlic, otherwise, I followed all the ingredients exactly. I cooked mine on High for 2.5 hours and they were a bit dry, but not bad at all! Will defninitely be making again! We served ours over hot buttered brown rice, side of green beans and a salad. Thanks weekend cooker!