My boyfriend is actually the person who turned me on to the idea of cooking pineapple with chicken.
It was one of those things where I thought, hey why haven’t I done this yet?
When I say barbecue tofu, I don’t mean that you have to turn on your grill or anything. Unless the grill is already going, I’m not going to turn it on just for meal prep.
Instead, I use my favorite barbecue sauce (right now it’s Dinosaur Barbecue) and cook the tofu on a grill pan or regular skillet.
If you’re not a fan of barbecue sauce, I’ll let you know which spices to use instead below.
As always, I want you to be able to adjust these recipes for YOUR dietary preferences.
The second time I made this, I added brown rice at the last minute.
I used the rice as a base and put the flavored chicken, pineapple and green beans over it. The result? Deliciously soft rice that made me feel full for longer.
What’s better than that?
Storage & reheating notes:
This recipe makes three lunches and lasts for four days in your fridge in an airtight container.
You can reheat it in the microwave, in the oven or on the stove. I recommend the microwave or stove because you don’t want the chicken to dry out!
If you have ANY questions, reach out directly to me: @workweeklunch on Instagram or email@example.com or in the Workweek Preppers Facebook Group.