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This was very delicious! There were so many flavors going on here that melded together beautifully. I couldn't find any chestnuts, so I used cashews instead. Also, I drizzled the butter mixture over each individual serving and then sqeezed a little tangerine juice over it. Yum!!
DELICIOUS. The flavours are divine, and its far easier than I thought it would be. (It looks so hard to a noob like me!) I used marg and paprika instead of the chilli. Healthy, scrummy, different - my only complaint is that there isn't enough of those perfect flavours that so wonderfully meld together and compliment each other! I would suggest making 2 tablespoons of the butter dressing with a teaspoon of orange zest and 1/2 teaspoon of chilli per serving. It may be less pretty, but I'd serve the butter on the side so that you don't have some bits all yummily flavoured ans some plainer parts. I'd also chop up the chestnuts into bitesize pieces - mine were whole. Thanks so much! <3, the NOOBchef.
Divine dish for my meatless meal night! Most might make this as a side but since I'm regularly cooking for one, this was great for me for a main dish. I don't have a regularly scheduled 'meatless meal' day, but I try to incorporate the idea from time to time, especially since I started eating healthier to lose weight a couple of years ago. Since I already achieved my goal and have kept it off for a year, I went ahead with the larger amount of butter and oil, but it would be very tasty without the extra fat. (my nutrition numbers would be different with the slight change, which is fine) I used chili powder for the 'spice' and I used real roasted chestnuts (I'm probably the only person around who had them on hand, lol). The Beau loaned out our camera! :( But I still have more fresh chestnuts that I have to use up before they turn and I know The Beau, aka The Picky Eater, would love this dish. I'll serve it for him as an accompaniment to something, and can't wait to make it again. Thanks Kumquat the Cat's Friend!