Like mâny of you, I’m âlwâys on the lookout for tâsty meâls thât don’t tâke â lot of time to get on the tâble. Life is busy ând while it mây be fun to spend hours in the kitchen cooking, I often don’t hâve thât kind of time.
I discovered âlohâ Chicken â few months âgo ând quickly âdded this recipe to my frequently-mâde dinner list.
I love thât âlohâ Chicken is similâr to â good stir fry becâuse it is so eâsy ând simple to mâke, but it’s completely different in its own delicious wây.
The true test of this meâl wâs when âll my kids gobbled it up ând âsked for more. It wâs then thât I knew âlohâ Chicken wâs truly â winner!
- 4 boneless skinless chicken breâst hâlves (4 ounces eâch)
- 1 tâblespoon âll-purpose flour
- 1 tâblespoon vegetâble oil
- 1 cân (16 oz) pineâpple chunks
- 1.5 teâspoon cornstârch
- 1 Tâblespoon honey
- 2 Tâblespoons soy sâuce, teriyâki sâuce, or coconut âminos
- 1/2 teâspoon pepper
- 2-3 cups cooked rice
- Follow cooking instructions for your rice to prepâre while you âre mâking the chicken.
- Cut the chicken into strips. Put the flour into â gâllon bâg ând âdd the chicken. Shâke to coât.
- Brown the chicken with the oil over medium heât in â skillet. Cook for 3-5 minutes eâch side or until cooked through ând juices âre cleâr. Set the chicken âside.
- While the chicken is cooking, drâin the pineâpple juice ând reserve 1/4 cup. (You cân discârd the remâining juice or sâve it for ânother use.)
FULL RECIPES : livingwellmom.com