I stumbled across the recipe for this sauce a couple of weeks ago. The original recipe actually goes with homemade meatballs...also delightful. So here is my adaptation of Hawaiian Meatballs ala Chicken and Asian noodles for a little Hawaiian Stir Fry.
Star of the Show: The Sauce
1/2 cup brown sugar
1/3 cup rice wine vinegar (regular works too)
1 T soy sauce
3/4 cups pineapple juice
2 T cornstarch
diced green pepper
canned pineapple (juice used above)
Mix everything in first set of ingredients, except the cornstarch, in a small sauce pan. Then whisk in corn starch until completely dissolved. Heat over med/high heat until boiling. Stir constantly. Remove from heat when sauce begins to thickening. This sauce is great with all different kinds of meat or just as a dipping sauce. So go and experiment with it.
Add pineapple and peppers just before adding to stir fry mixture*.
*Stir Fry Mixture:
Cook up 2-3 chicken breast cut up, seasoned with salt and pepper. Once chicken is cooked add store bought Asian noodles (these were bought from an actual Asian supermarket. Pick your favorite kind of noodle, lo mien, stir fry etc.). Noodles should have been cooked according to package. Pour sauce, with pineapple and peppers in it, over the noodles. Stir to coat. Continue to heat until warmed through.
Sprinkle with green onions and sesame seeds before serving.
Okay so yummy.