It’s that time again folks!
We’re cooking with OXO and I am super excited about today’s recipe!
My Hawaiian Chicken with OXO Good Grips Spiralizer is so quick and easy thanks to my new favorite kitchen gadget!
The Spiralizer is perfect for creating vegetable noodles, a tasty, healthy alternative to pasta.
Make quick work of creating uniform spirals from fruits and vegetables for curly fries, salads, garnishes and more.
It’s faster and safer than a knife, with a fun and unique end result.
Three stainless steel blades create spaghetti cut (1/8th inch), fettuccine cut (1/4th inch), or ribbon cut noodles, and the removable blade box keeps blades clean, safe and organized when not in use.
The Spiralizer features a Stronghold™ suction cup for non-slip stability on countertops.
I decided to use the green attachment because I wanted a spaghetti cut for this dish!
The attachments are so simple to install and we all know that ease of use is key for us kitchen gadget fanatics!
I decided to spiralize Squash because it’s one of my favorite veggies!
Look at how uniform the veggies are which is perfect in my book.
I’m telling ya’ this gadget will be utilized daily.
I love salads and I believe my new favorite kitchen gadget is going to help me create the fanciest salads in town!
It takes a lot to impress me because I’m a professional kitchen gadget buyer but OXO have outdone themselves with this one!
I am so obsessed with my spiralizer I almost forgot about the chicken we’re cooking!
My Hawaiian Chicken or as it’s called in the islands, Huli Huli chicken is chicken that’s been marinated in tropical ingredients overnight and often smoked.
The chicken is coated in a delicious Huli Huli sauce and served with rice and macaroni salad.
Because I wanted to cut my cooking time and make this quick and easy I opted to not smoke the chicken but to pan fry it!
It’s still just as delicious and it was ready to eat in minutes!
If you prefer to smoke your chicken it’s really simple.
Remove chicken from smoker and baste with sauce.
I used boneless, skinless, chicken thighs for this recipe.
You can use breast if preferred.
I find that thighs have more flavor and compliment the Huli Huli sauce well.
If you’re smoking I would suggest you use a skin on chicken.
You don’t want your chicken to dry out and the skin will help maintain moisture.
While our chicken cooked I made my Huli Huli sauce which consist of ketchup, pineapple juice, a little vinegar and lots of spices.
All you have to do is bring these ingredients to boil and allow the sauce to thicken.
This sauce is so good I put it on everything.
Our Hawaiian Chicken Bowls are ready to eat, served with a side of hot rice garnished with green onions and sesame seeds if you like.