I was wondering the last time I ate Hawaii pizza on my cheat day whether how those pineapples happened to be on a pizza for the first time. But it actually works. Okay, many people hate it, but I personally really like to pair fruits with meat, and sweet with savoury.
This recipe gives a similar experience to Hawaii pizza but it’s much healthier. The "dough" is the chicken breast in this case and the processed ham is swapped to natural, unprocessed Parma ham.
A well-balanced, protein packed, and delicious meal option that is super easy to make at any time of the year.
Make sure to cut the chicken breasts in halves horizontally to get 4 thinner slices. If you leave them as they are, it might not cook through as fast and the toppings could get lost on the whole pieces of chicken breasts.
Serves 2 people.
2 chicken breast fillets (cut into 2-2 slices horizontally)
Pineapple chunks (8 cubes or 4 slices)
4 slices Parma ham or something similar, like Serrano
Sea salt & black pepper
1 tbsp oregano
0.5 tbsp cayenne pepper
Grated cheddar cheese
Preheat the oven to 180 degrees C.
Cut the chicken breasts into 2-2 thinner slices horizontally. Season with salt, pepper, cayenne pepper and oregano on both sides. Fry the chicken breasts in a pan on some coconut oil for 3 minutes each side.
Put the chicken breasts on a baking tray lined with baking paper and place the ham slices, the pineapple cubes, and the grated cheese on the top of the chicken. Roast for 15 minutes.
Serve with grains and some vegetables.