Chicken in Pineapple Sauce may sound like an Asian dish, and I am glad to say, it is not. The recipe does not contain any pineapple slices, chunks or jam. I only used fresh pineapple juice in the recipe.
There are hundreds of chicken recipes with Pineapple. Whether the dish is prepared with pineapple juice, chunks or slices, each recipe is unique. Many of these recipes are also sweet which is not a personal preference.
I remember browsing the web one day for steak recipes. A food blogger categorized her recipe as a Caribbean dish. W……. !!!! You can figure out the rest.
This type of ignorance got me so heated that I had to make sure that you, my followers, knew that just because pineapple is added to a recipe, it should not be categorized as a Caribbean dish. Who does that!!!
Let’s move on!
Many of the recipes on the internet only instruct the readers to season the chicken with salt and pepper. My recipe is the contrary. You do need to season your chicken correctly for real flavor. Salt and pepper are not the only seasonings for chicken.
Whoever says to season your meat with only salt and pepper, please don’t listen to him or her. Marinating your chicken with real spices, or with fresh herbs and spices is always a good idea. You will have a delicious and enjoyable meal at dinner time.
How about we have we have one of my favorite chicken recipe, Chicken in Pineapple Sauce? I say, oh yes!!! First, the chicken pieces are cleaned with lemon. The pieces are then, seasoned with a mixture of herbs and spices and my Pineapple Gourmet Hot Sauce; marinated overnight in the refrigerator. The next step is to dredge the chicken in flour and fried them
The final step is to cook the chicken pieces in onion, peppers, pineapple juice, chicken stock wine and Gemma’s Pineapple Gourmet Hot Sauce.
Dinner is ready! Are you starving yet? I usually serve my Chicken in Pineapple Sauce with white rice and a side of salad or leafy or green vegetables.
Cook healthy and stay healthy.