Slow Cooker Hawaiian Chicken Recipe

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If letting dinner cook itself so you can come home to a delicious smelling house and a warm dinner sounds good to you, then this slow cooker Hawaiian chicken (or slow cooker pineapple chicken) recipe might be just the recipe you’re looking for.

This delicious meal is great all by itself, or served over rice.

And up close shot of this Slow Cooker Pineapple Chicken being served over rice.

Mini Chef is going through a phase where he will only eat white rice. I don’t have a problem with it, so white rice is what he got. If you don’t eat white rice, feel free to use brown rice, quinoa, millet or any other grain you enjoy. You’ll be cooking it separately in its own pot to package directions.

This meal is so satisfying and filling, and it’s made from scratch with real food ingredients. You can’t beat it! It’s mildly sweet and its flavors can easily be intensified with the addition of salt and a little extra maple syrup at serving. This is easily adjustable to your own tastebuds. So enjoy!

What Is Hawaiian Chicken?

Traditionally, it’s a dish made with chicken, pineapple, bell peppers and brown sugar. The liquid component is meant to be a glaze with the whole thing being served over a serving of rice.

Typically, this dish will be dairy free and can be easily made gluten free as well. And in this case, it’s made without refined sugar as well.

How Do You Make Slow Cooker Hawaiian Chicken?

The base is made in a slow cooker. The chicken, peppers and pineapple get cooked together for several hours until the chicken is cooked through.

All the sauce components, except for the starch, are cooked in the slow cooker as well.

At the end, the starch is stirred into the sauce in the slow cooker to help thicken it into more of a glaze.

This is then served over rice.

Why Is My Slow Cooker Chicken Tough?

Keeping in mind that every slow cooker cooks just slightly different from the next one, generally speaking, chicken becomes tough in a slow cooker when it is overcooked.

Chicken also has less fat than most other meats, so it’s a good idea to make sure that any chicken dish you cook in a slow cooker has at least a little bit of added fat. Not all recipes will call for this, and you can certainly slow cook tender chicken without it. But if tough chicken is your problem, those are the things to look at in addition to your particular slow cooker possibly not needing to cook as long as the recipe calls for.

A good rule of thumb? Cook your chicken to 165 F. and no more.

Does Slow Cooking Chicken Make It More Tender?

Chicken cooked in a slow cooker CAN be tender, but that doesn’t mean it always is. Some of that will depend on your recipe, and some will depend on your appliance and how it cooks. Slow cooker chicken is most tender when there is some added fat, and the chicken is only cooked to 165-170 F. Longer cooking times will dry the chicken out.

Is It Better To Cook Chicken On High Or Low In Crockpot?

While there are tons of conversion charts for high and low temperature settings on a slow cooker, chicken is best cooked on low temperature, regardless of adjusted times for high temperature cooking.

Can you put raw chicken in a slow cooker?

Absolutely! That’s the best way to cook it! If your chicken is pre-cooked (like a shredded chicken dish), consider cooking everything else and stirring the cooked chicken in about 30 minutes before the cooking time is up

Just keep in mind that each time you lift the lid on a slow cooker, you’ll want to add about 15 minutes to your total cooking time.

Slow Cooker Hawaiian Chicken Ingredients

Base

2½ lb. raw chicken breasts, boneless and skinless – You’ll want to cut these into small, bite-sized pieces. They will shrink slightly during cooking however, so don’t cut too small either. A good stew meat size is about right.

2 cups canned pineapple chunks – You can certainly use fresh pineapple if you prefer, but keep in mind you’ll have to purchase some extra juice. Make sure that you find pineapple without added sugar. (Dole has a good selection (not paid to promote them)

2 cups chopped red bell pepper – Here again, these will shrink durning cooking. So cut these about the same size as you cut the chicken.

Sauce

½ cup soy sauce – You can use either regular or low sodium soy sauce, whichever you prefer. Coconut aminos are also a healthy option here.

½ cup pineapple juice – I used the juice from the canned pineapple I bought. However, if you are using fresh pineapple, you’ll want to purchase some extra juice. Just make sure it doesn’t have any added sugar. 100% juice is what you’re looking for.

¼ cup granular sweetener – I used xylitol because that’s what is easiest on my blood sugar. But Xylitol is processed. If your goal is clean eating, then opt for sweeteners such as Sucanat, coconut sugar or monk fruit.

1 tbsp. garlic granules – I used granules, but garlic powder in equal amounts is fine too. Just don’t use garlic salt.

1½ tsp. ground ginger – I used dried, ground ginger, but you can also use fresh. If you opt for fresh ginger, them go for about a ½ tsp. grated on a zester or extra fine grater.

Slurry

2 tbsp. arrowroot powder – I try to avoid corn, so I use arrowroot powder. But you can also substitute cornstarch if that’s what you have. Either will work. You’ll want to play with this amount a bit. 2 Tbsp. is just a jumping off point. You may need more or less depending on how much of your liquid cooked out.

To use arrowroot powder, whisk it together with the vinegar in a separate bowl to make a slurry. Then stir the slurry into the slow cooker 30 minutes before the cooking time is up.

2 tbsp. rice vinegar – You can also use regular, white vinegar is that’s what you have on hand. The rice vinegar just gives it a little something extra.

Garnish

2 tbsp. sesame seeds – these are optional, but tasty!

How To Make Hawaiian Chicken In A Slow Cooker

Place the chopped bell peppers, pineapple and cut chicken breasts into a slow cooker and stir to combine.

In a medium mixing bowl, combine all the sauce ingredients and stir.

Pour the sauce over the chicken. Secure the lid on your slow cooker.

Set to cook on low for 5 ½ hours.

Whisk together the slurry, and pour it into the slow cooker.

Continue cooking for 30-45 minutes, or until the chicken reaches 165 F.

When finished, cool slightly and serve over cooked rice, or on its own.

Video Notes

When I first made this recipe, I added the starch to the slow cooker at the beginning. After making this a few times, I discovered the sauce gets much thicker if you add it towards the end. So please disregard that one oops in the video. The written recipe is correct.

Slow Cooker

If you are in need of a good slow cooker, this one is a good one to consider.


All-Clad Gourmet Slow Cooker, 5 quarts, Silver,SD492D50

This slow cooker has a 5 quart capacity, a 5 star rating on amazon, and 4 programs that will do the job of 4 different appliances.

Functions: Slow cooker, steam, brown and rice

Cleaning: Hand wash the crock

Warm Timer: Up to 6 hours

Program Timer: Up to 20 hours

Accessories: Steam container and rice measuring cup

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Slow Cooker Hawaiian Chicken Recipe

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Slow Cooker Pineapple Chicken served in a wood bowl over rice, sitting on a table.

Slow Cooker Pineapple Chicken

This might just become a favorite in your house. Simple and delicious, you’ll make this again and again!
5 from 1 vote
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Course: Main Course
Cuisine: American
Prep Time: 10 minutes
Cook Time: 6 hours
Total Time: 6 hours 10 minutes
Servings: 8 servings
Calories: 261kcal
Author: The Gracious Pantry

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Equipment

  • Slow Cooker

Ingredients

  • lb. raw chicken breasts, boneless and skinless (cut into small chunks)
  • 2 cups canned pineapple chunks (no sugar added)
  • 2 cups chopped red bell pepper (about a ½ inch cut)

Sauce

  • ½ cup soy sauce (or coconut aminos)
  • ½ cup pineapple juice (from the canned pineapple chunks – no sugar added)
  • ¼ cup granular sweetener (Sucanat, coconut sugar or monk fruit work great)
  • 1 tbsp. garlic granules (or garlic powder)
  • tsp. ground ginger

Slurry

  • 2 tbsp. arrowroot powder (or cornstarch)
  • 2 tbsp. rice vinegar

Garnish

  • 2 tbsp. sesame seeds (optional)

Instructions

  • Place the chopped bell peppers, pineapple and cut chicken breasts into a slow cooker and stir to combine.
    The chicken, peppers and pineapple mixed together in the slow cooker crock.
  • In a medium mixing bowl, combine all the sauce ingredients and whisk well to combine.
    The Slow Cooker Pineapple Chicken sauce being whisked together in a small, white mixing bowl.
  • Pour the sauce over the chicken. Secure the lid on your slow cooker. Set to cook on low for 5 ½ hours.
    The lid placed on the slow cooker, preparing to cook this Slow Cooker Pineapple Chicken Recipe.
  • Whisk together the slurry, and pour it into the slow cooker.
    Continue cooking for 30-45 minutes, or until the chicken reaches 165 F.
    When finished, cool slightly and serve over cooked rice, or on its own.
    The finished Slow Cooker Pineapple Chicken, served over rice in a wooden bowl. The bowl sits on a red and white checkered towel.

Notes

Please note that the nutrition data given here is a ballpark figure. Exact data is not possible.

Nutrition

Serving: 1serving | Calories: 261kcal | Carbohydrates: 20g | Protein: 33g | Fat: 5g | Saturated Fat: 1g | Trans Fat: 1g | Cholesterol: 91mg | Sodium: 978mg | Potassium: 754mg | Fiber: 2g | Sugar: 15g | Vitamin A: 1239IU | Vitamin C: 56mg | Calcium: 46mg | Iron: 2mg

Original recipe from the Gracious Pantry® archives, originally posted 7/10/11. Recipe has been updated.

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111 Comments

  1. Hi Tiffany,
    I’ve been eating clean for almost a year now. I love this new way of life! I’ve lost 20 pounds (that was only in the first 3 months, too!) It came off very easily and I’ve kept it off, but I would love 10 more lbs. and I can’t seem to drop it no matter what I do. That’s frustrating, but I’m still working on it. I started with the book “Ultrametabolism” by Dr. Mark Hyman. I found this so easy and I was so ready for it at …gulp…49 years old. I have more energy, love to walk the dog as part of my exercise, sometimes I even jog at a track by me – and I love it! If you knew me, you’d be laughing, because I was a couch potato! Now I know, if I feel tired – I need to walk and it perks me right up. It’s my quiet time all for myself, so it plays a double role – weight loss and mental health. What I love most about this is how it’s made me feel about myself – I’m proud that I actually followed through with something. I feel beautiful again. I feel healthy. I love to cook for the first time in my life! I love the whole feeling I get from cutting up fresh vegetables and preparing the meal. I feel like I’m doing something so good for myself. I am so appreciative of your website. I check it each day,as I’m sipping my green tea.

    1. Anonymous says:

      Bette – Wow! Congratulations!! You’re doing an amazing thing for yourself!! And you are so right. Walking is so very therapeutic. I really need to include more of it in my daily routines. Keep up the great work!!! You rock!!!!

    2. Anonymous says:

      Bette – Wow! Congratulations!! You’re doing an amazing thing for yourself!! And you are so right. Walking is so very therapeutic. I really need to include more of it in my daily routines. Keep up the great work!!! You rock!!!!

  2. Congratulations Bette and Tiffany. Both stories are the inspiration I need. I too check in daily Tiffany ~ for your blog is awesome. It is real food that you can feed your family after working…..keep ’em coming

    1. Anonymous says:

      Lucy – Awwwe, thanks! Glad you’re enjoying my recipes!

  3. Tiffany, I’ve been following you for about 6 months now (since my sister got me started on the clean eating journey). I actually just put a link to your site up on my blog: http://whatschoonseat.blogspot.com. I love your recipes, tweaking them to work for my family and being inspired to keep on keeping on. I have a similar salsa chicken crock pot recipe on my site. It is a big time favorite for our family. Congrats on the loose waistline too. That’s been the most exciting side effect of eating clean for me. I’ve lost 50 lbs since last summer, 25 baby lbs and 25 from my pre-baby weight. Now to figure out what kind of cake to make my baby for her 1st birthday…

    1. Anonymous says:

      Dayna – Congrats on the weight loss! That’s exciting! Keep up the great work!

  4. Helen Mills says:

    I sadly don’t have access to Trader Joes 🙁 can you reccommend other good brand names, or let us know the ingredient list for the trader joes salsa so I have a look at others myself?

    1. Anonymous says:

      Helen – I know there are a lot of them out there. Really, all you can do is read labels. Pace may have a clean salsa. but not positive on that. The trader joe’s salsa is simply tomatoes, onions, chili peppers and a few other basic ingredients like that. Nothing unpronounceable or unrecognizable. Wish I could be more help but I haven’t purchased salsa anywhere else in a really long time!

  5. Mmmm, looks yummy! Is there another veggie that would go well with this other than zucchini? My husband can’t stand it it!

    1. Anonymous says:

      Sarah – I think you could put just about any veggie with this and it would be good. Cauliflower would be good!

  6. Natalie Carpenter Collins says:

    I love Crock Pot cooking! If you are on Facebook, and want to join my Crock Pot recipe share group, come find me! Search for “SLOW COOKER RECIPES” group page! I’ve posted some of my “clean” recipes there too!

  7. Seemichellecook says:

    This looks so delicious! I love recipes simple and clean like this.

    1. Anonymous says:

      SMC – Me too! The more simple, the better! I just don’t have time for fancy stuff and I think most people these days don’t either. Enjoy!

  8. happy eats says:

    think I might even shake it up a bit and make is spicy Mexican pulled chicken with avacado….yummy

    1. Anonymous says:

      HE – Oh!! That sounds wonderful! Enjoy!

  9. LuAyne Barber Brown says:

    you know ive been looking for more clean crock pot meals. The heat here puts a damper on trying to make meals and the crock pot produces much less heat. Im adding this to my list of recipes.

    1. Anonymous says:

      LuAyne – Ya, it’s a great way to beat the summer heat and still get a nice, home cooked meal! Enjoy!

  10. L_A_King8084 says:

    If you follow the clean eating plan what would you say is a typical first week loss? Just curious.

    1. Anonymous says:

      LA – It will be different for everyone.

  11. Anonymous says:

    Monica – Yay!!! I’m glad you enjoyed it! Nice tip on the pita bread, I’ll have to try that!

  12. Josephine says:

    Wonderful recipe!..Doubled nicely and my husband loved it!..Josephine

    1. Anonymous says:

      Josephine – Fantastic! It’s definitely a good one for the guys!

  13. I make this recipe without the pineapple, but put black beans in as well… or during the winter I put fat free/range free chicken broth and make it into a soup! YUM! So filling!

    1. Anonymous says:

      JBow – Yum! No matter how you make it, you can’t beat crock pot chicken!

  14. Anonymous says:

    Uh if you want low sodium salsa, make it yourself! I don’t put any salt in when I make salsa fresh. It’s a preservative in the jarred stuff.

    1. Anonymous says:

      FB – Actually, with the stuff I buy, it’s actual salt that they add. Yes, I’ve made my own salsa and have a great recipe for cilantro salsa on my blog here. But in a pinch, it’s nice to know you can open a jar and be done with it. Just depends on how involved you want to get with it. But you’re right, homemade salsa has very little sodium and it’s delicious!

  15. Irishmumof5 says:

    Okay, so seeing this recipe so reminds me of my crock pot chicken recipe. It’s great for cooler weather months. I use chicken breast, and apple sliced up (any old way it cooks down!) and some nutmeg, salt and pepper…I also use organic chicken broth and a bit of organic apple juice…it comes out sooooo yummy. Now I will have to try this one!

    1. Anonymous says:

      Irishmum – Holy moly!! I MUST Try your way next. Sounds amazing!

  16. Catherine Haddow says:

    I can attest that this recipe is freaking AMAZING!!!!!! The chicken was THE most tender chicken I’ve ever put in my mouth. I can guarantee this will be a regular. I made this into a sandwich the next day, too! *drool*

    1. Anonymous says:

      Catherine – LOL!! Glad you loved it!! The crock pot is pretty much the only way I’m making chicken these days for that very reason!

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  20. Christina Patterson says:

    This is in my crock pot right now!!!! This is actually my first time using a crock pot. Thanks for the recipe. 🙂

    1. Anonymous says:

      Christina – Wonderful! Please let me know how it turns out!

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  22. Anonymous says:

    Michaelaplant – Ooops!! I doubt it will be inedible, but it won’t taste like it’s supposed to either. Hope it’s okay!

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  27. graciouspantry says:

    Christinamarth – I hope you enjoy it!

  28. controllerofchaos says:

    what would you serve this with?

    1. graciouspantry says:

      If you want carbs, I would serve it with some brown rice. A green salad on the side is always nice too.

  29. graciouspantry says:

    Rhbutterfly – Oh yummy!

  30. Thismay be a stupid question, but when you say 2 large chicken breats, do you mean 2 large chicken breast halves? or is it actually 4 halves?

    1. graciouspantry says:

      Laruick – I purchase frozen chicken breasts at Costco. They are about 7-8 ounces each. I hope that helps.

  31. graciouspantry says:

    Njshery – That’s fabulous! Welcome! I know you’ll do great. 🙂

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  33. Bridget Early says:

    I would love to make this for dinner for the week for myself, but work has put a crunch on my schedule. Is there a way to convert it to the High setting and cut down on cook time? Thanks!

    1. graciouspantry says:

      Bridget – It might get done a little sooner, but not much. Generally speaking, you don’t typically want to cook less than 4 hours in a slow cooker unless you are making a pasta or grain.

  34. We will be having this for supper tonight.. thanks for sharing clean recipies with us.

    1. graciouspantry says:

      Awesome! Enjoy!

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  36. Kacie Jackson says:

    I just put the chicken and salsa in my crock pot, and plan on eating it for lunch this week – along side some brown rice or whole wheat couscous. I usually take a frozen meal for lunch out of convenience (when they are on sale for cheap), but wanted to focus on eating more clean in September. After reading the reviews, I am excited to try it out, as well as your other ideas for the remainder of the month!

    1. graciouspantry says:

      Thanks! I hope you enjoy it!

  37. graciouspantry says:

    Many salsas on the market are clean. But you do have to read labels at the store. I believe Pace has a few clean varieties.

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  40. graciouspantry says:

    Just to be clear, the chicken was no longer cooking when you added them, right? It could have been the chicken you used, or maybe, if the chicken was very hot, the zucchini cooked down a bit. Could be a lot of things. I’m glad you were able to still enjoy it though!

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  42. I have the chicken and salsa in there right now. Have you tried cooking the pineapple and zucchini and if so at what point would you add them into the crock pot? Thanks!

    1. The Gracious Pantry says:

      I don’t recommend cooking the pineapple and zucchini. I think you’d have a mushy mess on your hands and it wouldn’t be as flavorful.

  43. Just got a crockpot and this was my first receipe I used with it!

    1. The Gracious Pantry says:

      Awesome! Hope you liked it. 🙂

  44. This might sound silly, but what is clean salsa?

    Thank you!

    1. The Gracious Pantry says:

      Jody – Salsa with just recognizable ingredients in it. So tomatoes, garlic, peppers, etc. No dextrose, sugar or other additives.

      1. Rob Swartz says:

        What about the ingredient ‘natural flavors’ – like in Pace?

        1. The Gracious Pantry says:

          Rob – I have tried to look into that on a few occasions. From what I’ve read, manufacturers can hide a lot of not-so-great stuff under that term, so I tend to avoid it. That being said, there is really no way to know what they include under that label as they are not legally required to say. So it’s kinds of a gamble and totally a personal decision. The way I think about it is, if you are eating really clean, then that little bit probably would not be an issue (80/20 rule). You don’t use that much with spices anyway. But it totally depends on how strict you want to be.

  45. When is the zucchini and pineapple added? An hour before meal time?

    1. The Gracious Pantry says:

      Cassie – You can toss them in right before serving if you like. I added mine right after cooking because I served it right away. But it’s pretty flexible.

  46. I want to make this tonight. Is it just as good without the zucchini?

    1. The Gracious Pantry says:

      Karen – Sure!

  47. Sounds yummy!
    Can I use frozen chicken? Or is that not considered “clean”?

    1. The Gracious Pantry says:

      Brenda – You’d have to read the ingredient list. The thing is, you want to thaw it first. It’s not recommended to put frozen foods in a slow cooker. Aside from that, it should be clean if it’s just chicken with nothing added. Freezing doesn’t make something “unclean”.

  48. Tracy | Pale Yellow says:

    I made this last night for dinner and threw the zucchini and pineapple (I used a 20 ounce can in pineapple juice) in with the chicken and salsa. After cooking for 3 1/2 hours I shredded the chicken and added it back to crock pot to simmer for another hour. Probably not as clean, but super tasty, easy, and filling! Great recipe!

    1. The Gracious Pantry says:

      Tracy – If there was no added sugar in the pineapple, it sounds clean to me! Glad you enjoyed it! 🙂

  49. If I do not like eating raw zucchini, could I put that in with the chicken? at the same time, or more towards the end? thanks! xo

    1. The Gracious Pantry says:

      Tara – I would cook the whole thing, and then when it’s done, toss the zucchini in and let is sit in the hot food. That should cook it just fine without it turning to mush.

  50. I would like to cook the zucchini… I don’t like it raw… when should I put it in? I’d also like to cook the pineapple. When should that be put in? Who makes a clean salsa?

    1. The Gracious Pantry says:

      Lauren – You can put them in any time you like, but you will lose some of the overall flavor. As for salsa, that depends on what you have available to you. I shop at Trader Joe’s and I get the Salsa Authentica. You just have to read labels at the store.

  51. Just wondering…how long do you cook it after you add the pineapple and zucchini?? Thanks!

    1. The Gracious Pantry says:

      Jamie – You don’t. Stir them in after everything is done cooking.

  52. What type of sides would you serve with this delicious meal..
    Brown rice. .. ?

    1. The Gracious Pantry says:

      Hope – I ate it by itself, but rice would be lovely. And a green salad. Yum!

  53. Delicious! I put it over quinoa…we will be having this again for sure!

    1. The Gracious Pantry says:

      Shelloy – I’m so glad you enjoyed it!

  54. Corey Dunn says:

    This is a great recipe! I even included it on my on my 30 Whole30 Recipe Round up. Thanks for sharing!

    1. The Gracious Pantry says:

      Corey – Thanks so much! I’m so happy you enjoyed it! 😀

  55. elizabeth says:

    This might be a silly wuestion but after adding the raw zucchini and pineapple how much longer should it cook?

    1. The Gracious Pantry says:

      Elizabeth – You don’t. You add those in when you are done cooking. It’s great with the raw zucchini! Promise!

  56. If you have access to a Wegman’s grocery store, they make a fresh, clean pico digallo that is delicious. Use it for the salsa. It is in the produce section, not on one of the inside aisles where the processed foods are. I started Paleo 4 weeks ago and I am a changed person. Feel wonderful, more energy, pain gone and sleeping great. This looks so good, can’t wait to make it.

    1. The Gracious Pantry says:

      Eva – Thanks for the tip! I’m sure many of my readers have one near them. 🙂

  57. Do you use frozen chicken or thawed?

    1. The Gracious Pantry says:

      Kristin – It doesn’t matter how you buy it as long as it’s thawed/raw when you put it in.

  58. Did you drain all of the juices after cooking? When I cook chicken in my crock pot there is a lot of liquid at the end.

    Thanks!

    1. The Gracious Pantry says:

      Kelsey – Ya, I just leave it behind when I scoop everything out, then discard it if there is a ton. If these isn’t too much, I just mix it in when I shred everything.

  59. I made this a couple of days ago it was great.

    1. The Gracious Pantry says:

      Carolyn – Fabulous!! I’m so happy you liked it! 😀

  60. How Much longer do you cook once you add the zucchini and pineapple? Thanks

    1. The Gracious Pantry says:

      Monica – You don’t. 🙂 If you prefer the zucchini cooked, then add it about 20 to 30 minutes before the cooking time is done. But I love it raw.

  61. Delicious and so easy to make! We sometimes opt for canned pineapple in a pinch or a hurry, and it’s still fantastic. Also great with boneless skinless thighs if you’re not excited about white meat

    1. The Gracious Pantry says:

      Kristen – Fabulous!!! I’m so happy you liked it! 😀

  62. Hi! Trying this for tonight. How much is considered a serving size? Thank you!

    1. The Gracious Pantry says:

      Jess – I didn’t measure, I just divided it all into four equal portions. Sorry, wish I had measured…

  63. Is it possible to cook this on high for a shorter amount of time?

    1. The Gracious Pantry says:

      Molly – Sure! I think there are conversion charts online. I’m not sure what the difference in time would be.

  64. 5 stars
    Loved this!! It was easy and a perfect combination of sweet, tangy and crunchy! ?

    1. The Gracious Pantry says:

      Lisa – Fantastic! So happy you enjoyed it! 😀

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