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A couple of weeks ago I found a great sale on chicken legs and thighs at a local grocery store so I stocked up. Now I have all this chicken in the freeze and I’ve been trying to find new ways to prepare it. Last week I made this Crockpot Hawaiian Chicken which was delicious and so easy!
Crockpot Hawaiian Chicken
Chicken (I used chicken legs but you could use any cut of chicken, bone in or out.)
1 Can Pineapple
1 Cup Barbecue Sauce of your choice
Place chicken pieces in the crockpot.
Pour 1 can of pineapple over the chicken. I only had a can of pineapple slices on hand but you could use slices, chunks, crushed pineapple, it really doesn’t matter.
Pour 1 Cup of barbecue sauce over the chicken.
Cook on low for 6 hours or on high for about 3 hours.
When the chicken is done it will be so moist and tender that if you used bone-in chicken it will fall right off the bone.
To go with this dish I prepared some sauteed vegetables that I had on hand, bell peppers, zucchini, mushrooms and onions. When the vegetables were almost done I poured some of the juice from the crockpot over the veggies and allowed them to simmer for a few minutes. I also prepared some rice in my Oster 6-Cup Rice Cooker which happens to have become one of my favorite kitchen appliances. I really didn’t think I would use it as much as I have but I love it!