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Aloha Chicken and Rice
"This Dump-and-Bake Aloha Chicken and Rice is an entire dinner that cooks in one dish! With just 10 minutes of prep you can stir together uncooked rice, raw chicken, and a sweet-and-savory sauce that’s finished with crispy bacon. It’s an easy weeknight meal that the entire family will love! This “Aloha” Chicken and Rice brings together so many of my favorites in one meal — it’s no wonder that the supper has become a regular on our family table! You seriously can’t go wrong with a meal that involves almost ZERO prep work. You don’t have to boil the rice, you don’t have to pre-cook the chicken, and you don’t have to monitor or stir a skillet. Plus, there’s only one dish to wash at the end!"
Preparation Time10 min
Cooking Time30 min
Cooking Vessel Size9 x 9 baking dish
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Sep 22, 2017
This Aloha Chicken and Rice recipe will have you dancing the Hula in your kitchen. A great "one pot wonder" with a sweet and sour flavor that your family will love. Using instant rice is so easy and convenient, and the addition of chopped bacon on the top at the end is superb. This dish is definitely part of the regular rotation at my house.
Aug 10, 2017
Yummm! Instant rice is not a thing here in Africa but as our family mostly follows a low carb diet anyway we left the rice out of the recipe altogether. As a result we reduced the liquid a little but even with those changes the dish was really delicious and definitely worth having again. The brown sugar, garlic and soy sauce provide a wonderful flavor, as do the pineapple tidbits.
Jun 13, 2017
So this is basically a sweet and sour chicken casserole? I love it. Easy to cook up in one pot, and much cheaper than ordering Chinese takeout. I will leave out the onion, but keep the rest the same. Who knew bacon would complete this dish? My family will love this unique dinner recipe.
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Jun 06, 2017
I love to use the instant rice in one pot dishes like this one - it saves so much time and I always have it on hand! The sweetness in the sauce goes great with the chicken, and it gives the rice such a nice flavor. Since it is sweet, the kids will love it, and it is topped with bacon, which is a big husband pleaser! A win - win!
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