Visit your local DAVIDs Tea and pick up the incredible Pineapple Oolong tea. For this recipe you will need two tablespoons for maximum flavour.
Partially defrost (or use fresh) 2 medium-large sized chicken breasts. I often put them partially frozen in the crockpot to avoid overcooking. No one likes rubbery chicken!
Take out two of you DAVIDs Tea filters and add a tablespoon of your Pineapple Oolong into each of them, and pull string tight.
Look how beautiful that Pineapple Oolong looks!
While I adored the little logo teacup on the filter, I don't enjoy eating them. Remove this little tag for this recipe.
Get that crockpot out! You know, the one you had to have that you swore you'd use from a the recipes you've pinned on Pinterest.
Measure out your chicken broth to 3/4 cup and pour into the crockpot.
Measure out your 1/2 tablespoon of citrus seasoning and pour into the crockpot. I've used Clubhouse seasoning but you can use your favourite brand.
Place chicken breasts in crockpot, and give them a couple pokes with a fork to let the juices soak in.
Take those tea filters and submerge them into the broth mixture, and lay along side of the breasts - for now. Later on, you'll be moving them. Don't worry, it's not that hard!
Set your crockpot on low for 8 hours and go watch some Netflix. I mean, do laundry and clean the house. Yes...that's what I meant. ;)
After 4 hours in the crockpot, move the tea bags to sit on top of the chicken breasts and continue cooking.
As your chicken ends it's cooking time - make your basmati rice. Remember - 2 cups of water per 1 cup of rice!
Place your rice and Pineapple Oolong Chicken on a plate and garnish with pineapple rings! Enjoy!!!
- 2.0 Chicken Breasts
- 2.0Tbsp Pineapple Oolong Tea
- 0.0c Low sodium chicken broth
- 0.0Tbsp Citrus seasoning
- 1.0c Basmati rice
- 1.0 Crockpot
- 1.0 Pot
- 2.0c Water
- 1.0bnch Pineapple rings or chunks