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Mango Chicken with Rice and Vegetables

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created: 2011/10/01 changed: 2011/10/18
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Ingredients

Portions4 portion(s)
Mango Chicken

  • 420g can mango slices in syrup,drained
  • 170g can coconut cream
  • 1 tablespoon vegetable stock concentrate
  • 80 grams water
  • 2 cloves garlic
  • 1 red chilli fresh
  • 4-6 Chicken breasts 125g each or boneless thighs
Rice and vegetables

  • 250 grams basmati rice
  • 400g Green beans, trimmed
  • 300g broccoli
  • 1 fresh sprig parsley or coriander
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45m
Preparation 10m
Baking/Cooking
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Recipe is created for
 
 Thermomix ® TM 31
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Recipe's Preparation

Chicken Mango

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add drained mango slices, coconut cream, water and stock to TM bowl and blend on speed 7 for 10 -20 seconds or until smooth. Set aside. add garlic and chilli and chop on speed 7 for 5 seconds add oil and sauté for 2 minutes/100o/speed 1 add chicken and cook for 15 minutes/100o/reverse/speed soft add mango puree and cook with MC off for a further 10 minutes/100o/reverse/speed soft.set aside in Thermoserver


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Cook rice as per Everyday Cookbook. Place vegetables into Varoma Dish and steam while rice is cooking



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Recipe's preparation

Chicken Mango

1.

add drained mango slices, coconut cream, water and stock to TM bowl and blend on speed 7 for 10 -20 seconds or until smooth. Set aside. add garlic and chilli and chop on speed 7 for 5 seconds add oil and sauté for 2 minutes/100o/speed 1 add chicken and cook for 15 minutes/100o/reverse/speed soft add mango puree and cook with MC off for a further 10 minutes/100o/reverse/speed soft.set aside in Thermoserver


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Cook rice as per Everyday Cookbook. Place vegetables into Varoma Dish and steam while rice is cooking



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COMMENTS (34)

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Great recipie! Whole family loved it. Will def make it again! Thank you.

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Made this for dinner, minus the chilli and it was great! Hubby loved it, as did my 6 month old (hers was puréed). I also cut chicken into bite sized pieces & only needed 5 mins of cooking time (as per a previous comment).

Will definitely be making this one again!

Enjoyed this! Thought it needed just a little bit of zing though and added some lime juice. Added broccoli when the sauce was added back in too. Easy and yummy

Yummy! My son's are fussy eaters, they both cleaned their plates. The fussiest of them all went back for seconds. I snuck some veggies in and chopped them up with the garlic  Smile

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Whole family absolutely loved this dish and we will definitely be making it again. We left out the chilli and I used 20g oil.

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Hubby,16 month old and I all loved this, thank you

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Great recipe! I used low fat coconut cream but wish I added more mango (next time!). Instead of rice, I used cauliflower 'rice' (www.superkitchenmachine.com/2012/15926/mock-rice-thermomix-recipes.html) which is a healthy alternative.

 

 

313 Mango and Chicken Curry with Cauliflower 'Rice'

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Delish! Thanks for sharing

#Maxy#Thermo#IncrediblyInLOVE

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This was lovely!

 

Will be making this meal over and over. It was delicious and my 2 1/2 yo even loved it. We did leave out the garlic and chilli though and used a fresh mango as they are in season. Thankyou for sharing a lovely recipe.  Big smile

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My 9 year old helped me to cook this and the verdict from the whole family was lovely, lovely, lovely! We don't usually eat chilli so I used about 1/3 teaspoon minced chilli and it was perfect for us. I even braved the Varoma for the veggies!

This sounds delicious, going to try it for dinner tonight.  Smile

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Delicious! I used the flesh of 3 Kensington Pride mangoes. My veges didn't cook while the sauce was cooking, but it was on 100'C, not varoma, so I just steamed them separately at the end. I look forward to making it again. 

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Family loved this, but next time i would definitely add some cornflour and maybe more mango Smile

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where does it mention oil?? what oil & how much? I'm sorry but I can't see it.

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I'm not a huge mango fan but I had fresh mangoes to use so I thought I'd give it a go. It is so delicious! I left out the chilli as I made this for my kids, and added in red lentils as I only had a small amount of chicken, but it was very tasty and the kids loved it!! I do think chicken thigh would be better than chicken breast but I'm just being picky now. Very yummy!

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Absolutely beautiful...used 800g can mangoes and 270g can lite coconut cream, handful of pineapple sage, tbsp of cornflour and no water. This will be a new regular addition to our family staple!!! Thanks for sharing. Smile

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I used lite coconut milk and it worked well. Didn't use the water, just used more coconut milk. Flavor prob would be better with coconut cream but still very nice. Added some corn flour to thicken. Cut chicken thigh into bite size pieces and cooked them on their own for about 5 mins or  so not the 15 mins stated. Was perfect and not shredded. Thanks for a great dish.

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Tried this tonight as I had fresh mangos I needed to use up. So I used 400g of fresh mangos. I couldnt see how much oil to add so I just added 20g. And I used chicken breast. I had them in quite large chunks but the blades always shred them even in reverse. It didn't take away anything from the recipe though. It was great and so easy! I added a whole chilli which added a lot zing to my husbands liking. I accompanied this with a spinach, avocado and mango salad with dried cranberries. Was a hit!  Thanks for posting! 

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Maybe it was the light coconut cream, but this just didn't work well. 

Great recipe. My family loved it. I used chicken thighs cut into bite size pieces. Thigh pieces tend to keep moist better than breast in this kind of dish.  Thanks for the recipe.

Life's too short to eat fake cake

This sounds lovely


As this is my first week of owning Thermomix :bigsmile:   i think i will try this for dinner tonight


Thank you for sharing


 

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This sounds lovely


As this is my first week of owning Thermomix :bigsmile:   i think i will try this for dinner tonight


Thank you for sharing


 

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Loved this recipe!  Thank you for posting.

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Awesome

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Made this last night for the carnivores and it was celebrated by all! Should have left the chicken in larger pieces though as the chicken was so tender, it was coming away in stringy bits but didn't take away from the flavour of the recipe thank you.

Smile think my girls will love this ....

Joanne Blake

I cooked this at my daughters and had to adjust a bit

Used fresh mango and cut the chicken off the bone

It tasted good but some chicken was too small and got caught under blades

Will try again at home

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I used thighs and pre cut them into 6 bite sized pieces.  Next time I do this dish (and I definitely will),  I will cook the chicken in the first stage for about  12 mins. Great flavours...it's a keeper!

Phil

Having got my Thermomix yesterday afternoon, I cooked this tonight.  It was delicious.  But I found the chicken to be a bit tough - still nice! I reduced the cooking time by about 2 mins and I think I could reduce it further.  Thanks!

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Laughing out loud My whole family really enjoyed this meal, even my fussy eater 10 year old!!  Defiantely will be on my remake list. Answer to Elsie, I was a bit confused also but did cut up the chicken into bites sized pieces as I was worried about overloading the  Thermomix, but I did ask on the face book forum and the answer was 125gm pieces... not sure if I would like that in my machine that way??

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My family loved this! I used 800grams of chicken cut into small cubes and basically doubled the recipe but made it in 2 batches(as I am only new to the Thermomix and wasn't sure about overloading the machine) Absolutely delicious!!Smile  

Personally I would cut up the chicken into slightly larger than bit size peices. That way the chicken can move around the bowl and cook threw.

Can you please tell me if the chicken should be cut up or do the breasts go in whole?  Thank you.