Hawaiian Chicken Grillers are one of my favorite things to cook on the grill! I used to buy them at the local grocery store, but once I realized how simple they are to make…..I started making my own
They are really, really easy to make and do not require any special gadgets. As you can see, I’ve been playing around with the picmonkey again…..
See, I wasn’t lying….totally easy to make! The other reason that I started to make my own, was so that I would know exactly what products were being used. You will notice that the recipe calls for organic chicken breasts and un-cured bacon. I tried to find the least processed ham cubes that I could and the pineapple was cut up by yours truly :) The ones that you purchase at the grocery store are also much bigger, like they used chicken breasts from a scientific experiment huge! These are much closer to the appropriate size for a meal.
The sauce that you see above is my Whiskey Glaze (recipe coming soon), which worked perfectly with my Italian Pasta Salad. Normally I use Teriyaki Sauce and serve it with rice and vegetables.. Alex prefers his with barbecue sauce
Now…..for that announcement that I have been teasing you with all week. Claire from A Little CLAIREification has asked Cindy from Little Miss Celebration and I to join her in hosting The Best of the Weekend Link Party! That’s right, I will officially be co-hosting a link party right here every Friday night at 8:00p.m. EST.
I am so excited to work with these awesome women :) We have become such good blogging friends and have the craziest conversations on facebook! In fact making the Peanut Butter Cup Boozy Brownies started from one of those crazy conversion that we were having one night!
So how does this benefit you? Here’s how! The three of us are crazy pinners on pinterest, in fact Cindy has over 20,000 followers! Every link will be pinned to our Best of the Weekend pinterst board, and well as our personal boards! We also spend an insane amount of time posting on facebook, so you will definitely be getting some exposure if you come link up with us! I am still learning to use twitter, and now I will have more fun things to tweet about!!!
I will be talking more about Claire and Cindy, and formally introducing you to them tomorrow night at our first party together! AND I will be making a special Boozy Brownie Treat to celebrate our new party!!!
This recipe can be found partying at these link Parties this week!
Hawaiian Chicken Grillers
|Prep time||15 minutes|
|Cook time||20 minutes|
|Total time||35 minutes|
|Meal type||Main Course|
- 1 1/4 Pound organic chicken breasts (boneless, skinless)
- 1/2 cup chopped ham
- 1/2 cup pineapple tidbits
- 8 Slices uncured thick-cut bacon
- sauce of your choice
Chicken breasts come in all different sizes, so cutting them into equal portions can be tricky. To make it easier, you could just buy 4 breasts, flatten them and use them without cutting. Just make sure to adjust the amount of filling that you will need.