This recipe I found sounded simple, tasty, healthy, and inexpensive, all words a college girl loves to hear!
Now when you first get started cooking you will have to buy the basics which might get a little expensive but, for example soy sauce is a main ingredient in this recipe is also a base in many other recipes. Catch my drift?
To the recipe! I edited a little bit to cater to my needs!
- I used about half a (8oz) can of crushed pineapples and put it in a small bowl
- To the small bowl I also added 1 and 1/2 TBSPs of Soy Sauce, 1 TBSP of Honey (added a little extra to the bowl because a lot stuck to the tablespoon), 1/4 of a teaspoon of pre minced garlic (it is much easier, and quicker with the same great taste, I used a heaping tsp because I love garlic!) and 1/2 tsp of ginger (Can reuse later for ginger snaps).
- Mix it together and put it in a ziplock bag with 2 chicken breasts to marinade, I would probably make the marinade before class and stick the chicken in the fridge, after class it would be all ready to cook (at least 30mins to marinade)
- **Put aside some teriyaki to put on the top!**
- Cover a baking sheet with foil, and place the marinaded chicken breasts on it, than top the breasts with the remaining marinade.
- Pre heat the oven to 425 and bake the breasts for 30-40mins depending on the thickness of the breast.
I think it has a really nice flavor however I forgot to set some mariande aside and it was a little dry to say the least, if i had remembered it would have been very good! Nevertheless my extremely picky eater brother likes it despite the sauce I forgot!