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Baked Hawaiian Chicken

Baked Hawaiian Chicken created by looneytunesfan

I created this recipe one year when I needed to serve 75 fourth graders at their annual Valentine's Dance. It was a huge success with the kids. See if your picky eaters will enjoy it! I serve it over rice.

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  • Preheat oven to 400°F.
  • Rinse chicken and place in a shallow casserole dish or 9X13 pan. Sprinkle chicken with salt.
  • Drain pineapple, reserving juice.
  • Mix pineapple juice, garlic, cornstarch, Worcestershire sauce, Dijon mustard and rosemary until cornstarch is smooth.
  • Pour sauce over chicken.
  • Arrange pineapple slices over the chicken and place a cherry inside of each pineapple center.
  • Cover the pan and bake for 30 minutes.
  • Remove the cover and bake for 5 minutes longer.
  • Spoon sauce over the chicken (and rice) when serving.
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"I created this recipe one year when I needed to serve 75 fourth graders at their annual Valentine's Dance. It was a huge success with the kids. See if your picky eaters will enjoy it! I serve it over rice."
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  1. shellie
    i think the above poster doesn't know how to cook. Great recipe, very moist, flavoful! and pretty too. :D (hint above poster, if you marniate the chicken for an hour before baking, then bake slow, it will be moist and juicy)
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  2. looneytunesfan
    Baked Hawaiian Chicken Created by looneytunesfan
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  3. looneytunesfan
    This was moist and delicious and very flavorful. I made it with my Hawaiian stuffing recipe #163582 and we pretended we were in the tropics. Thank you for the enjoyable dinner.
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  4. Princeton Chefs
    I can't imagine eating something drier and more tasteless. I was literally stunned when the chicken came out so flavorless; I think that eating baked paper would be preferable. Do yourself a favor: DON'T make this.
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  5. angie_pangie
    I created this recipe one year when I needed to serve 75 fourth graders at their annual Valentine's Dance. It was a huge success with the kids. See if your picky eaters will enjoy it! I serve it over rice.
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