Recipe by Robyn Webb
"Chicken breasts with a fruity marinade. This recipe is from The WEBB Cooks, articles and recipes by Robyn Webb, courtesy of the American Diabetes Association. Preparation time: 10 minutes."
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skinless, boneless chicken breasts
fresh lime juice
grated fresh ginger
hot pepper sauce
minced fresh oregano
This recipe was really yummy but I made LOTS of alterations to it. I didn't use mango chutney b/c I didn't have any. I used dried ground ginger and garlic b/c I didn't have any fresh. (I decided to make this last minute and didn't have time to run to the store.) I also had no pepper sauce so I just added some chili pepper, red pepper, and paprika spices. I also used dried oregano instead of fresh. I also added a little fresh cilantro just b/c I had a lot of extra in my fridge. I cut the chicken into cubes and put on kabobs. It was really delicious. Thanks for the recipe...and for all of those who try it, don't be afraid to used the dry ingredients like I did~mine tasted great!!
Marinade didn't seem to do much for the chicken --I could hardly taste it! If I prepare this again, I think I'll follow the advice of some other reviewers and boil the remaining marinade down to a glaze for serving.
This was very tasty. Somewhat sweet and spicy. I cooked the leftover marinade, brought it to a boil to kill any bacteria and served it over the top of the chicken. I served this with grilled zucchini and couscous.. wonderful meal. Thanks for the recipe.
This was a good recipe. After marinating and grilling the chicken, I made a glaze with mango chutney, orange juice, and fresh ginger by reducing on the stove for ten minutes. Just baste during the last minute of grilling. Was a great recipe, will have again.
I only gave this a 4 because I HATE mango chutney! I make a mango salsa using 2 mangos, juice from 1 lime, and jalepeno, cilantro, onion and crushed pineapple to taste. You can mix it in with the marinade as you would the chutney or spoon it on top of the chicken at serving time.
I love this recipe, I never marinate it much over an hour and it comes out wonderful. I have yet to try it on the grill though. Us Michiganders are fond of the George Forman 50% of the year.
I don't like this recipe. I used 2 chicken breasts and fresh squeezed orange juice. I found the recipe to be too tangy from the lime juice. Maybe o.j. from the carton would have been sweeter and thus sweet enough to combat the lime. Anyway, I don't think I'll make this again.
recipe was very tasty! my boyfriend and i enjoyed it so much we prepared it two nights in a row!
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
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Amount Per Serving
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