Connoisseurs of food experiment a lot and try new recipes too. Their spunk to try new dishes make them confident. Sarika shares a new recipe Baked pineapple chicken. She tells us that it’s an easy dish. An exclusive for Different Truths.
Never stop exploring your world, I strongly believe in this statement. But, as an adult experience frighten us, while, on the other hand, it also make us stronger.
However, for me cooking and learning go hand in hand. I love experiment with new dishes and my family has to suffer it. Sometimes my husband doesn’t like to hurt me and diplomatically refuses it, especially when I prepare sweet dishes, but my 10-year- old is my real critic. His feedback is very important for me which helps me to improve every time.
Though I love cooking and experimentation, at times I also love easy and less time consuming food. These days everybody is in hurry. Time is crucial. It’s very important for us at every step. Once I tried to make baked pineapple chicken. It’s a very easy recipe but being a Bong it was quite challenging. I was bit skeptical too. But, the ultimate result was good. I scored 8.5/10 in terms of taste from my critic.
Let me share the recipe with you all.
I confess, it’s a very easy and tasty recipe. Just pour the sauce over the chicken and pineapple and bake it. It’s ready to eat.
Baked Pineapple Chicken
Serves: Three Time: 1 hour
Serve as a dinner
Boneless chicken breasts-3
Soy sauce-1/4 cup
Black pepper- 1/4 teaspoon
Spring onion and sesame seeds for garnishing.
Whisk corn-starch and water in a mixing bowl.
Combine brown sugar, honey, soy sauce, vinegar, garlic, ginger, black pepper together in a pan.
Now boil over low heat for 2 minutes.
Allow it to cool for some time.
Preheat the oven to 400 degree F or 204 degree C.
By this time arrange chicken and pineapple in a baking pan.
Pour sauce on top and make sure all the chicken and pineapple pieces coated properly.
Bake it for 25 to 30 minutes or until cooked properly.
Finally, garnish with spring onions and sesame seeds.
©Sarika Sarkar Das
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