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I made these for a party & everyone said they loved them. Funny one person actually thought they were bacon-wrapped scallops even after she ate them! My husband liked them very much also which is always a plus. I didn't have parchment paper to bake them on just tin foil and so there was a lot of grease from the bacon. It might not be a bad idea to brown them in a pan first drain on paper towels and then bake to finish.
I cut up one breast to try this recipe and it was a hit. I made some marinated and some not. The ones that weren't marinated had more of the pineapple flavor. My husband suggested adding the pineapple piece just before baking the marinated ones instead of marinating it too. Definitely will make this again.
I tried this as a main dish and it turned out very well. I was serving 8 so I doubled the recipe. It got a lot of compliments but I don't think I will do it again the same way. Sticking all those toothpicks got to be a problem. Also cooking time increases dramatically. I would up broiling them for 5 mintues to cook the bacon (watching the parchment every second). I'm going to do it again with water chestnuts and maybe bell pepper. Just marinate the chicken put it in the pan with the chestnuts and pepper slices cover it with bacon strips and then with chunk pineapple.
This was a really good receipe.My family really liked it.It got a thumbs up to have again!But it does take some time to roll the chicken in the bacon so leave your self time for that. I didn't have time to meranate it but it was still really good.We had it as a main course with rice and broccoli.
This was my base idea but as I did not have any teriyaki sauce I had to make my own marinade... 1/2 cup soy sauce 1/2 cup brown sugar 2 tsp dried mustard 2 tbls minced garlic 2 tsp adolph meat tenderizer and 1/2 cup of the pineapple juice. I then grilled them on a well oiled grill.. talk about DELICIOUS!! We could not get enough of them!!
Great recipe! I made it for tailgating and my family. It was a hit with everyone that tried them. I did a few things differently though. I cut up the chicken marinated it over night then put them together. I cut up sliced pineapple since I had some in my cupboard that needed using up and bought a can of chunks. The slices seemed to fit on toothpick better and were easier to work with. Baked for 20 minutes on a broiler pan then broiled for until the bacon was brown. I will be making this again soon. My daughter wanted me to make more the next day.