Add the pineapple juice to a saucepan and place over strong heat. Once it starts to boil, simmer the pineapple juice down until it's almost gone for 7-8 minutes. Turn off the heat.
Add the other ingredients to the saucepan and mix well. Then, add the pan to a medium heat and simmer the mixture down for about 5 minutes until it starts to thicken.
Cut away any excess fat from the chicken. Then heat a frying pan over low heat and add in the vegetable oil. Cook the chicken on both sides until browned.
Take the chicken off the heat and cut into bite-sized pieces, or you can leave it as it is.
In the same frying pan, pour in the sauce from Step 2 and re-heat over medium heat. Once the sauce starts simmering, put the chicken back into the frying pan and quickly cover with the sauce and mix.
Serve the chicken up on a plate with whatever sides you want and it's done.
Story Behind this Recipe
This is one of my favorite Hawaiian dishes. I wanted to come up with a way to enjoy it at home anytime the craving strikes.
You can use pork instead of chicken. If you boil the sauce down too much and it doesn't adhere to the chicken enough just add a little water to make it a little smoother.