My co-worker went to a street fair on sunday and she brought in her leftovers. which turned out to be this delicious the best OMG.. I think everyone should try this !!!
I followed the recipe exactly as written for the 4th of July, but my guests barely ate it. I thought it was DIFFERENT, but not anything I'd try again. The chili powder took over the mango taste.
I LOVE these! They may actually be my new favorite thing! I made these in my george forman grill. I cooked them for about 6 min and it wasn't quite enough. I'll go about 10 min next time. I also used cayanne instead of chili powder becasue I misread the directions but it turned out fantastic. Try these...you'll like them. Thanks Ducky!
Loved this! Made as directed except didn't oil the grill (pure laziness) which didn't cause a problem. Used mango that was perfectly ripe, fresh lime juice, and Penzey's chili powder for a real treat. Thanks for sharing the recipe!
I mixed the lime juice chili powder and salt along with a sprinkle of olive oil, place under a hot broiler flipping once. Using under ripe fruit so it kept its shape. Outrageous! refreshing! Wonderfully seasoned! Will make when the weather allows me outdoors to cook.
This was so good. Snow still on the ground so I took out the indoor grill. I love chili and lime so this suit me well. I used a coarse kosher salt which added an interesting twist as it gave these nifty salty snap on the tastebuds with the spicy-sweet of the mango and chili. Looking forward to trying this again when it gets warmer.
This is a fabulous recipe. You must treat yourself to this wonderful blend of flavors. I was served this as an appetizer by one of my housemates at a summer beach house. Sunset, my backyard is the ocean, and this lusciously juicy, spicy, warm heaven fills my mouth...