Nectarine Relish for Chicken

Total Time
Prep 28 mins
Cook 2 mins

A fruity, sweet and sour relish that is great with grilled or pan-fried chicken breast and white rice. This might work with firm-fleshed peaches, too. You can substitute the dried ginger with fresh.

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. Note: If you sub fresh ginger for the dried, warm it together with the honey.
  2. Wash and dry nectarines and bell pepper, cut nectarines from pit. With a potato peeler thinly peel the pepper ( this works good only with fresh plump peppers, but it makes for a much nicer texture of the dish). Cut peppers and nectarines in 1/8-1/4 inch dice. Wash and trim scallions, cut into 1/8 inch rings.
  3. Warm honey in a small pot over medium low heat. Add nectarines, scallions and bell pepper and cook for 2 minutes, stirring frequently.
  4. Add all the other ingredients, adjust taste and put in a serving bowl. Serve cold or slighly warm with chicken and rice.


Most Helpful

I thought it was okay. It my husband rated it, he would give it a one star. He seriously gagged on it and had to take it off of his chicken. I don't think I like the mixture of the tastes too well. I think I would have liked just a fruity relish better. The strong oniony, red peppery flavors were too much with the nectarines.

motherknowsbest June 30, 2010

I used white onion instead of scallions and used more honey and ginger than what this called for. It's delicious! I'll make it again.

BurtonFanatic July 30, 2008

Delicious! I love the sweet/savory combination of flavors in fruit salsa, and this salsa is a definite winner. The ingredients work together very well and compliment each other perfectly. I served this cold over boneless chicken breasts which were grilled on the barbeque. I used white-fleshed nectarines and doubled the amount of fresh ginger. My family loved this and gave it 2-thumbs up. Thank you for sharing this wonderful is definitely a keeper!!

Bayhill July 23, 2008

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