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Heaven Under a Palm Tree Chicken

A delicious Chinese takeout copycat dish you can make in your slow cooker!

By: Campbell's Kitchen
Updated April 10, 2018
Heaven Under a Palm Tree Chicken
Heaven Under a Palm Tree Chicken

Heaven Under a Palm Tree Chicken is a tasty slow cooker Chinese copycat recipe made with simple ingredients, such as soy sauce, garlic, bell peppers, and pineapple. Sweet and savory come together in perfect harmony for this Asian-style delight. Pineapple makes everything better, and this slow cooker chicken recipe is no exception! This recipe incorporates both pineapple chunks and their juice, adding a sweet and tart kick to the otherwise savory sauce. After letting the chicken cook all day in your slow cooker, garnish it with sliced almonds. You'll swear this dish came out of your local Chinese restaurant.
 

Serves4

Preparation Time5 min

Slow Cooker Time LOW8 hr

Easy

Ingredients

  • 2 (10-1/2-ounce) cans of Campbell's Condensed Chicken Broth
  • 1 cup water
  • 1 cup soy
  • 2 cloves garlic
  • 8 skinless, boneless chicken thighs cut into 1 1/2 inch pieces
  • 1 medium or red pepper cut into 1 1/2 inch pieces
  • 1 (20-ounce) can of pineapple chunks in juice, undrained
  • 1 cup uncooked, regular long-grain white rice

Instructions

Stir the broth, water, soy, garlic, chicken, pepper, onions, pineapple with juice and rice in a 6-quart slow cooker.

Cover and cook on LOW for 7 to 8 hours or until the chicken is cooked through.

Optional: Sprinkle toasted almond slices before serving.

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I'm not sure if this naming contest is still going on or not, but I might call it "Hot Chicks on the Beach!" I have been perusing some of other people's comments on this one, and it seems that many of them are in regard to the rice being too overcooked and mushy. I might either add the rice halfway through the cooking to alleviate this, or even use cooked rice that you add in toward the end. Hope this helps!

Not the Slow Cooker "Hang On Soupy" Chicken recipe as listed but a repeat of Heaven Under A Palm Tree Chicken recipe. Please correct this. This is the second recipe that does this.

I wish I'd read the review about the cooking time before doing this. After five hours, the rice was complete mush, there was no flavor, and I was left with a meal that was completely unsalvageable. Very disappointed, since it sounded so good. I may try this again, only doing it in the oven next time. Rice in the slow cooker is just to unpredictable when you can't be at home to constantly watch the cooking process.

Followed recipe exactly. Cooked 8 hours on low. Rice disintegrated, and there was not much flavor at all. Nobody liked it, will not make it again.

Needle Whiz - You are our winner with "Heaven under a Palm Tree Chicken." We will be contacting you to get your info to send a prize! Thank you to all who participated! Keep an eye out for more recipe naming contests in the future. - Editor, AllFreeSlowCookerRecipes.com

Hi, have you announced the winner for the no name chicken recipe contest? I thought the winner would be announced to day and I cannot find anything about it. Thank you

Aloha Chicken

Chicken Almondine

Slow Pineapple Chicken

"Heaven under a Palm Tree Chicken"

I would call this dish Slow Cooker Sweet and Tart Asian Chicken

Hawaiian Chicken

Oriental Chicken and Almond Delight

Luau Chicken

Sweet Island Chicken

chicken delight

Pineapple Pao Chicken with Rice

Hawaiian Sunshine Chicken & Rice

Asian Pineapple Chicken Almondine

Sweet Tart Chicken is a good name.

Aloha Chicken

Hula Chicken and Rice because it makes your tastebuds DANCE!

Taste of the Island

Sweet Fruitie Chixonrice

Hawaiin Holiday Chow Mein

I would call this dish Asian Festival Chicken, because some of the ingredients have an Asian influence.

It sounds like it should be Chicken Almond Yum

Aloha Chicken and Rice

Peking Pineapple Almondine

Tropical Chicken and Rice Delicious

Nutty Pine Chicken Bell

Hawaiian luau Chicken (luau means feast)

sweet garlic chicken and rice

How a out ASIAN ALMOND CHICKEN

Chicka-Hula

Paradise Chicken

Hawaiian Chicken and Rice

I know this is technically Chinese but I also think it has a Polynesian flair. I would call it Polynesian Party Chicken

Chicken Supreme

QUICKY CHICKY YUM YUM

I would call this Ni Hao Ji (nee how jee) which is Chinese for "How Are You Chicken" basically, "Hello Chicken!" Or Wo Yao Chi Ji Rou meaning "I want to eat Chicken."

Asian Sunshine Chicken

I will call this dish --- chicken Aloha!!!...

I would call it Pollo Para Aca, which is latino for "chicken this way" or "chicken come here"

I would call it pineapple chicken and rice

I would call it "Chinese Spice Delight"

I would call it "Chicken Paradise" or Paradise Chicken"

Sunshine Chicken and Rice

I would call it " Tropical Island Chicken and Rice "

ChickMixYum

I would call it "Hawaiian Delite Chicken and Rice"

I would call it Sweet and Tangy Chicken

Luau Chicken or Chicken Luau!

Spring Chicken!

Chicken Aloha!!!

I would call it........Chicken TropiCal

Island Cluck

I would like to name it: Golden Gem

Chicken Pineapple Suprise

Chicken Pardise

Hawian delight

Hawian chicken and rice

Perfectly Pretty Pepper & Pineapple Chicken

I would call it "Sweet and Sassy Chicken"

I LIKE THE NAME "CHINESE DELIGHT " IT WOULD DEFINITELY SPIKE MY INTEREST =]

I'd call this Pineapple Perfection! :)

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