I served this as a salad tonight with the chicken and salsa over a bed of leaf lettuce. Healthful and light- just right for a summer night!
this was fantastic i loved the salsa but didn't put any heat in it (red pepper flakes or chilpote pepper)next time i will.
A delicious way to spruce up grilled chicken breasts. I actually let this marinate overnight, and also let the salsa sit overnight also. It was delicious. Thank you.
Delicious! Had a hard time not eating it all with chips before the chicken was done. Perfect combo of sweet and spicy. I couldn't find a chipotle pepper so I used a jalapano and it was great.
The chicken was good, but I really enjoyed the salsa. It was quick and easy. Next time I think I will add more chipotle. Thanks for sharing!
I made just the salsa portion of this recipe to go with Simple Caribbean Jerk Chicken. I had a ripe mango and your salsa sounded like the perfect fit. My husband and I thoroughly enjoyed it, but we both decided we'd prefer a chutney or something without onions and peppers next time (we like both of those things, and we like sweet/spicy together, but...). That said, it was actually very good, but just not what we were looking for. Thanks so much for sharing the recipe!
Great combination of flavours. I didn't remove the seeds from the chipotle & was initially worried that this was a mistake, but after the salsa had been sitting for a bit, it mellowed out nicely. The chicken was nice & tender, having been skilfully cooked by DH on the barbeque. Thanks Rita for another keeper.
Good, easy to make recipe. We marinated the chicken for about 1 1/2 hrs, but think it would be better with a longer marinating time. For the salsa, I subbed a jalapeno for the chipotle pepper, left out the red pepper and had to sub ground ginger for fresh. I served with rice and a salad for a nice different meal. Thanks for posting!
No fuss, easy recipe, and quick to the table. The combination was delicious - A keeper !! Thanks Rita! -michelle
Great marinade and salsa. The salsa was good by itself. I used whole chicken breasts, and smoked them slowly with mesquite--the result was out of this world. Thanks for posting.