This week, while looking through the 7/10 Dahl’s ad, I saw that King’s Hawaiian brand now makes hamburger buns! There is something about the sweetness of these rolls paired with the flavor from the grill that sounded delicious! With the weather cooling down a little bit from last week, grilling won’t be quite as hot and from being stuffed with burgers and hot dogs at our Fourth of July gatherings, grilled chicken sounded like a nice change of pace. Below is a recipe that is so simple and can easily be changed depending on what flavors you like.
What you will need:
- King’s Hawaiian Hamburger Buns ($2.99 for 6)
- Smart Chicken boneless skinless chicken breast ($4.99/lb)
- 1 bottle teriyaki sauce
- Canned pineapple rings, drained
- Tomato, sliced pretty thick (On the vine tomatoes $1.99/lb)
How it is done:
Place chicken in a sealable plastic food storage bag; pour half of the teriyaki sauce over the chicken. Marinate in the refrigerator for 1-2 hours, making sure to turn at least once or twice. Remove chicken from the bag and discard the bag and all its contents.
Grill the chicken. This will take about 6-8 minutes on each side. While grilling, baste the chicken with the remaining teriyaki sauce.
This next step is optional, but if you like the taste of food off the grill, I highly recommend it. Grill the buns and the sliced pineapple, turning once. This will only take a couple of minutes.
Assemble your sandwich by placing the chicken on the bun and then the pineapple, tomato, and lettuce.
You could add mayo to the sandwich if you like some type of spread, but you could also make avocado dressing and use that instead!
Enjoy the grilling weather!
*Prices are reflected in 7/10/2012 weekly ad.
(Recipe adapted from www.kingshawaiian.com)