I think I picked this up out of Diabetic Living's Weekly Newsletter. Unfortunately, most of the recipes I grab offline don't print the "where" for me and I've had them for so long I couldn't begin to tell you where they came from. This one is recent, though so I'm pretty sure I have the source correct.
You'll have to forgive my pictures. I don't have a super-amazing camera and it's been dropped a time or two (it has nothing to do with the photographer... really... ) and I'm definitely not a "stager" by any means. Hopefully I get better over time.
Back to dinner: I will say, even if you follow this recipe to the letter you might want to add a bit of the stir fry sauce. And more pineapple. I was so afraid the red onion would overwhelm everything but it didn't.
In addition to that? Make sure you cut that chicken thin. I didn't cut it anywhere near thin enough and it took almost 10 minutes for it to cook through. Finally, I served it with Rice A Roni (yes - I know - pathetic but...give me time) and next time I'd serve it with something much nicer like jasmine rice or even plain brown rice. Mixed together that would be wonderful.
All in all? A success. Yummy. Aaron said I'm doing a pretty good job with this cooking thing. I think he knows better, though, than to say anything negative. Ask him what happened with the ironing...
'til next time. Tonight is leftovers. That's the other thing I have to learn - how to cook for 3 people, not 10, on a daily basis. I never think I'm making enough and we end up with leftovers. So far, I cooked last Tuesday through Thursday and we had leftovers on Friday and Sunday... and we're having more tonight. Tell you anything about my need to learn portion control? Ugh...
If you do decide to try this recipe, please...let me know and let me know what you did to make it yummier. I am definitely open to suggestions! I am not a "play in the kitchen" kind of person so this is an adventure to me.