The combination of the different flavors really compliments each other. I especially love the pineapple on top! That is my favorite part. I have used chunk pineapple and just poured it all over the chicken. That works too. When using the rings, it does help to separate the portions better.
It's my birthday this week! To celebrate, we are doing another giveaway! For this one, you will receive $20 of your choice to the Baby B Boutique. She has some amazing items for your little ones. If you don't have little ones of your own, they will make great baby shower gifts or Grand baby gifts.
Here is a little info about the creator of Baby B Boutique. She is a busy mom of 2. Her son, known as "little man" is her inspiration for her ties- "I was tired of him ripping off the store bought ties that came with his church suits." Her daughter, "Miss Ellie" is her inspiration for all things girl. She creates her products during nap time and bed time! She likes to make things for her kids and for her home. You can check out her craft blog: here. Some of her favorite projects found on her blog are the bib shirt and matching hairband she made for her daughter and her jewelry organizer. Check it out! She is amazing!
Here's what you have to do to enter the giveaway...post a response telling me your favorite thing to make with your kids in the kitchen. To add a second entry into the giveaway, email me your favorite recipe using 6 ingredients or less. (If you can please send a picture of you making it. Or a picture of the finished product.) You can email me at firstname.lastname@example.org. We will feature the winners recipe on here next week.
Your chance to enter the giveaway will end on Monday the 23rd of May. I will announce the winner on Tuesday. Good luck!
6 chicken breasts
6 slices of ham
6 slices provolone cheese
6 pineapple rings
1 jar of Teriyaki baste and glaze (I use Kikkoman)
Lay chicken breasts in an oven safe pan. Bake at 350 degrees for about 45 minutes or until cooked through. Remove from oven (drain excess juices if desired) and layer the chicken with ham, cheese, and pineapple (you can secure it to the breast with a toothpick)Then drizzle with sauce. Turn oven to a high broil. Bake for about 5 minutes until cheese gets bubbly and golden. Serve immediately.
We have really enjoyed grilling this recipe. We like to slice the breasts in half (unless it's a really thin one). Then with a kitchen mallet/tenderizer, pound the chicken down, to tenderize and flatten it a little bit. Grill it on med high heat. Since it's so thin, you will only need a few minutes on each side. You can also throw on the pineapple to grill for a few minutes at this time to bring out the flavors. When the chicken is just about done, add on the cheese, then ham, sauce, then grilled pineapple. (to the top) Grill without flipping sides, just until cheese is melted and sauce starts to caramelize. Remove from grill and enjoy!