9 Reviews

These are wonderful, with just the right amount of spice. I did one thing differently, however. I let the sauce boil down so it was more like a gravy. The directions do not say to do this and, if you keep the dish covered, it won't happen because the cover will keep the moisture in the pan. So I removed the cover to let the sauce boil down to the thickness I wanted. We loved this recipe and definitely will make it again. Thanks for sharing!

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Chris Reynolds September 07, 2008

Fantastic, we loved this recipe, i didnt add any water and used mango chutney, also doubled up on the cayenne. This was so good, im sure it would be great with chicken or fish also.

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ChefDebs February 23, 2008

Very easy to make and one of the kids even asked for more! Substituted Mango Pepper Jelly for the chutney (excellent) and served over Grande CousCous cooked with the rest of the leftover coconut milk. Will make this again!

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petretta August 15, 2011

Great flavor, easy to make. I had to substitute mango salsa for chutney, but the flavors were great!

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eaglewind June 23, 2011

Doubled this recipe, used mango chutney, and used a little less water so that the sauce would be thicker. Used review advice and simmered sauce uncovered to thicken. Very good flavor-the banana was a great addition

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KatKerz March 31, 2011

LOVE it! Easy to make and so delicious! I didn't use any water and added twice the amount of coconut milk and 3x the amount of chutney called for. i used mango chutney and used less ceyanne than it called for. So good!

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Chef Frisbie May 13, 2009

These were yummy, didn't take too long to make and I was quite full afterward. The flavor is very strong, not bad, just strong. My wife tells me she liked it too.

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CallMeStephen January 16, 2008

This was SOOOOO good!! I doubled the recipe, lightened up on the ginger, and agree that I should have boiled down the sauce, too. The coconut milk I used was on the watery side, so next time I may omit the water alltogether. I will make this again for company. The flavors remind me so much of the two years I lived in Puerto Rico, I can't wait to share it with friends!!

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Nongrata in WA October 27, 2006

this was very good. I added salt and pepper, and made my own chutney, after doing some research to find out what it was...lol. I took the advice offered and let it thicken, uncovered for a few minutes, but it would have been fine without it. I can't wait to try this with boneless chicken! I also put a spoon of the chutney on each serving.

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Lou August 29, 2006
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