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Ingredients of Chicken in Marmalade “Chutney”
- You need 2 of chicken breasts, washed and patted dry, cut into strips (fajitas).
- Prepare 3 tbsp of marmalade (we used a homemade grape marmalade, but pretty much any kind will work).
- Prepare 1 tsp of Korean red chili paste (Gochujang).
- Prepare 2 tsp of balsamic vinegar.
- It’s to taste of salt & pepper.
- Prepare as needed of oil.
Serve with mango chutney and lime wedges. Mango chutney is EASY to make! This tangy, tasty condiment is a perfect dip or accompaniment to chicken, pork, or lamb. You can also use chutney thinned with water, to glaze chicken or duck.
Chicken in Marmalade “Chutney” instructions
- In a medium bowl, combine marmalade, red chili paste, vinegar, salt and pepper and whisk until you have a nice "chutney" style marinade. Place the chicken strips in it and let it rest in the refrigerator for 15 minutes..
- Heat up some oil in a pan over medium heat. Add chicken and the "chutney", cook covered for three minutes. Then remove the cover and keep cooking until done (some five more minutes for a total of eight)..
- Serve with your choice of side. We had some nice cous cous with pistacchio, so we used that. But rice works perfectly with this as well!.
- TIP: I would recommend using homemade marmalade for this, as it is usually runnier, but if you use storebought, water it down with 1-2 tsp water to make the marinade..
Serve with cheese, like brie or cream cheese. I love marmalade and the chutney and the cake. I love big chunks in marmalade but my wife hates it. Like them in mango chutney to but don`t eat Christmas cake. The chutney is all important in this dish.