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Tuesday, January 30, 2007 

Mango Chicken...


This recipe is made with half-ripe mango which is not too sweet and not too sour just full of divine mango fragrance.

Ingredients:
* Chicken 500 gms
* Mango 1 medium
* Yoghurt tbsp
* Garlic 5-6 cloves
* Garam masala 1 tbsp
* Red chilli powder 1 tsp
* Dhaniya powder 1 tsp
* Salt
* Oil

Procedure:
Blend peeled mango, yoghurt, garlic and all the powder spices into a smooth paste.
Marinate chicken in this mango paste for atleast a couple of hours.
Heat oil. Add garam masala and then chicken.
Cook on high heat till oil seperates and keep stirring.
Cook on low heat for 20 minutes.
Serve hot with chappatis.

Hi,
I wanted to know whether this recipe turns out a bit sweet !!!

hi there

it totally depends on the type of mangoes you are using. Mangoes here are not to sour nor too sweet so the dish turn out just perfect. depending upon the taste of mangoes, you can add more or less of it.

Thanks.....
I'll try this recipe on the weekend.
I have tried many of your recipes and they all turned out to be exceptionally good so I'm positive about this one too.

thank you :-) let us know how it turned out

wah wah pothiwala .......chicken in mango !lush ...........kya baaat haai ...sirf tasveeer dekh kar khush hogayi mein ...nice experiment.

hehe :-D thank u thank u ab bana kar aathif bhai ko khilao to kuch baat bane :-p

I've made mango tofu and love the flavors in it. Will try mango chicken now... looks fabulous!

Wow mango chicken that's a new recipe to me will try it...I tried your Khaman Dhokla will give 5 stars.....best dhokla ever, they turned out so soft and fluffy. It really is Jhatpat dhokla.....Thanks a lot and also i tried the cold choco cake loved it.I made them on my wedding anniversary.

Hi! I have been visiting your site for the past two months or so and I MUST tell you... Your recipes are (MASHALLAH!!) so good. Your site is definitely one of my favourites. Keep up the good work.

I tried Mango with mutton a couple of time and it turned out perfect. Minus the yoghurt though. I had cooked it like a dopyaza and then added the mango for some tangy taste and it turned out Ummm...mmm.
My grandma would add the Mango stones (gutli) in dopyaza when I was small... that tastes good too.

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hi...i've been a freq visitor of ur blog and i cant stop myself from appreciating u for the wonderful recipes u've given...keep up the good work...
this is my blog...do visit...and leave ur comments....
http://sabita-recipeden.blogspot.com/
am adding ur blog link as my favourite in my blog...

Many thanks Sri, Aysh and Sabita

Sri glad to know that dhoklas andd chocolate cake turned out good :-)


Aysh... mango-gosht is a nice idea too but i am cutting down on my red meat these days :-(

Sabita, thanks for your kind words, i will definitely go through your blog and comment :-) thanks for adding my blog to the list

http://recipe-den.blogspot.com/
hii...i've just changed my blog address a bit...bye.

thanks Sabita

you have a wonderful blog... keep up the good work :-)

Looks lovely, mums gonna make it for me soon :=D

it will be good if you make it for your mom

how many tablespoons of yogurt? please thanks

oops... please add 4 tbsp of yoghurt. i will update the blog

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