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Quick & Easy Two Meat Three Ingredient Polynesian Dinner

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Preparing a Polynesian dinner does not have to mean spending a long time in the kitchen as your own sous chef! You can impress your family with a delicious and colorful meal in under 30 minutes. This basic recipe boasts 2 meats and 3 ingredients. You can serve it just like this or personalize it with your family’s culinary favorites. This Quick & Easy Two Meat Three Ingredient Polynesian Dinner is sure to please!

Two Meat Three Ingredient Polynesian Dinner served over a bed of rice.intelligentdomestications.com

Quick & Easy Two Meat Three Ingredient Polynesian Dinner

INGREDIENTS

2 or 3 boneless pork chops

2 or 3 boneless skinless chicken breast or tenderloins, cut up into bite size chunks

1 Can pineapple chunks, Do not drain

1 jar whole cherries

1/2 Vidalia onion, cut up

Salt & Pepper to taste

INSTRUCTIONS

In a large skillet which has been sprayed with non-stick spray, cook pork chops, cut up chicken and onions together. After the meat is done, pour in the pineapple chunks and cherries. Continue cooking just until the liquid is steaming hot. No need to boil.

Serves 4.

Serve over a bed of your favorite rice and Enjoy! You may like to consider serving these scrumptious Pecan Glazed Green Beans as a side dish, the colors will make your table pop along with the bright colors of your Polynesian dinner! The recipe can be found here.

Variations: This is a basic Polynesian dinner recipe. You can personalize this meal for you family by adding cut up vegetables and seasonings of your choice. Have fun with it and enjoy the compliments from the family! If you choose to add vegetables, you may want to consider cooking the cut up vegetables for a few minutes prior to adding the meat.

Note: If you do not want your meat to appear pink, drain the cherries. This is a great dish for celebrating events such as Cherry Blossom Festival. You can read about the Cherry Blossom Festival in my home town here.

 

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14 Comments

    1. I’m right there with on the simple to make thing! The great thing about this recipe is also that you can add any of your families favorites ingredients as well. Thanks for stopping by Stacey.

    1. Zan you could absolutely cook this in the crockpot but it wouldn’t take long. You wouldn’t want to cook it for more than 2 hours because those meats won’t take long to cook.

  1. I love quick and easy one-skillet dishes! And, in my opinion, anything with pineapple and cherries has to be good! Pinning!

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