Very good! I bet this would be good with pineapple or papaya, also. Maybe a few sprinkles of toasted coconut as a garnish? Or maybe serve it with coconut rice. Next time I think I will add a minced clove of garlic along with the peppers and ginger. I bet water chestnuts would be great in it, too. Seems like it could be a very versatile recipe. Thanks for the recipe and the inspirations, Sassy!
This was wonderful! I cut back quite considerably on the curry paste because I knew that my brand was VERY hot. I used maybe a tsp. and a half and that was just about right. It was nice to leave the chicken in larger pieces rather than cutting it into inch cubes. The mangoes and the peppers were really lovely with the chicken and sauce. Great recipe!
Made this for company last night and it was a big hit. I made homemade curry paste which was more work, but delicious! I think it takes more time than Sassy Sandra says, but I'm slow at peeling and slicing mangoes!
This was a very good recipe, lots of interesting flavors all combined. I happened to have 2 mangoes and was looking for a way to use them, this was perfect. It is very easy to put together. Served it with white rice, but no salad. I figured it had enough fruit and vegetables right in it. I think I will try adding some fresh garlic with the ginger next time I cook it and maybe try your suggestion of adding more curry paste. I was afraid 4 t. would be too much, but it wasn't at all. Thanks for this great recipe. I will be fixing it again.
My kids (ages 7 and 9) pretty much begged me to lick the serving bowl. HOLY SMOKES it was good with the following slight tweaks: 1 tb of sugar instead of 3, 1 ts of chili paste instead of 3, added thinly sliced onion to the peppers, and then topped it with green onions AND cilantro. My mouth is so happy right now. Our mango obsession has officially infiltrated dinner time! Enjoy!
I tried this and my family loves it! I made some modifications coz I didn't have enough ingredients as stated in this recipe but I'm glad it turned out great. I highly recommend this recipe to everyone!
I modified by using coconut milk instead of broth, and curry powder instead of paste (used half of the powder as recipe calls for paste). Served over quinoa, very yummy!!
It was okay but not great.
Simply delicious! My first attempt on here and recipe just spot on! Thank you!