Recipe by KS
"Chicken breast is coated in a delicately spiced, and slightly sweet breading, then baked with grapefruit juice and nectarine."
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boneless, skinless chicken breast halves
mango hot sauce
fresh pink grapefruit juice, divided
Italian seasoned bread crumbs
ripe nectarine, pitted and sliced
Delicious! Moist and flavorful. As DH said, this recipe goes on the keeper list! I followed the directions for the most part, although I omitted the parchment paper and the mango hot sauce.
The flavors were really tasty. I used a Mango-Ginger habanero sauce - Love this sauce. The only complaint we had with this recipe is that the bread coating got really, really mushy. Next time, I think I'll just marinate the chicken in the Duck Sauce/Hot Sauce combination and bake it and skip the bread crumbs.
Yum! I cooked on 350 for 1 hour, turning at the half hour and only adding a 1/4 cup more grapefruit juice since someone said their was too much of it. I used 4 small nectarines. The nectarines were INCREDIBLE in this. I couldn't find hot mango SAUCE, so I used hot mango CHUTNEY, in the same amount. This is really good, and pretty easy to make. But, VERY spicy.
I have cooked this several times and noticed that the thinner the chicken the juicier it turns out.
I was only mildly impressed by this dish until I tried a bite with the nectarine (In season). It really made the dish; I am making it with double or triple the amount of fruit called for. It smells really outstanding, but be prepared for messy preparation!
This recipe was fantastic. It was a bit on the too spicy side for myself, but my husband and his coworker had no problem gobbling it up. Will definately make it again, but with a little less hotness. I made the recipe for 8.
So moist! I actually marinated the chicken in a duck sauce (no marinara, so I subbed more duck) and pineapple (no grapefruit either!) juice mixture, then baked the entire thing without using the bread crumbs due to other commenters' posts about mushiness. I mixed the spices and sprinkled them on top, then used mango (no nectarines!) around the sides. Definitely moist and scrumptious! Only thing I'll change is to halve the pepper next time, but otherwise, totally FIVE STARS! Made with a steamed cauliflower/broccoli mix and some cheesy broccoli rice for something bland-ish to go with the spicy chicken. Amazing!
This was excellent. The chicken came out so tender. Definately will make again!
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Serving Size: 1/4 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 4
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 33
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