>CEiMB: Chicken with Mango Barbecue Sauce

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So, here I am again! Presenting you the strangest combination of foods on one plate you have ever seen: Chicken with Mango Barbecue Sauce (picked by Aggie’s Kitchen) combined with red cabbage and cranberries, apple sauce and mashed potatoes.

I’ll admit, this was not the diner I had in mind for tonight…. I wanted to serve the chicken with a nice salad, but when I came home today I discovered that my lovely romaine lettuce had changed into a slimy mess overnight…. I guess I’m just having that kind of a week!

Instead of the seeding and dicing some jalapeno peppers I found this really cool tube in the supermarket: jalapenopepper puree. Ideal: 1 teaspoon of the puree is the same as 1 whole jalapenopepper. No more accidentally rubbing in your eyes and having them sting and tearing because you forgot to wash your hands or simply didn’t wash them good enough: just a simple squirt out of the tube!! Perfect.

Also I ommitted the lime juice: since I still had a peelless lemon leftover from this weeks TWD-recipe I decided to squize it before I could bin it. Then I cut the chicken into small pieces before marinating it in the sauce, thinking it would cut back marinating and cooking time (it was already about 8 p.m. when I popped the chicken into the fridge).

This dish is absolutely amazing: a perfect combination of sweet, tangy and spicy. I will definetely make this again, so Aggie: thank you for picking this recipe! One more good part: 1 serving of the chicken with sauce is only 3 WW Points!!!
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12 Responses to “>CEiMB: Chicken with Mango Barbecue Sauce”

  1. Pamela Says:

    >Looks great. And it sounds like you enjoyed it. All of the things on your plate sound lovely. :o) Great job. And that pepper paste is really cool!

  2. Craving Ellie in My Belly Says:

    >That is an odd combo, but as long as you enjoyed it, that’s all that counts. I am so with you on the jalapeno paste. I only use pickled jalapenos in a jar because i have burned my eyes and face one too many times! I used lemon juice in mine as well. I am happy to hear that you enjoyed this pick.

  3. Anne Says:

    >That looks delicious and I love that pepper paste! I hate getting jalapeno into my eyes so I’ll have to look for that. 🙂

  4. Jen Says:

    >That is one interesting plate but it looks good. Just stopped by from SITS.

  5. Lisa M Says:

    >I am going to have to try that myself! It looks delish!Just dropping in to say hi and welcome to the SITStahood! Have a great day!

  6. Mary Ann Says:

    >I love the pepper paste! That would make it so much easier. This chicken was yummy. Quinoa is just a delicious grain. I don’t really know how to describe it. You prepare it the same way as rice or barley or whatever, it is just very healthy and we love it. I have to buy it at the health food store though, I can’t find it at my normal grocery store.

  7. Marie Says:

    >That looks really delish Marthe! Well done!

  8. Ann On and On... Says:

    >3 WW points…that is great. The tube of spices is a great idea.Welcome to SITS, it’s great to have another new SITSer. This is also an invitation to come on over to my blog for a giveaway…

  9. Eudae-Mamia Says:

    >That looks yummy. Is it selfish to say I’m happy your romaine wilted? Mashed potatoes are so much better for the soul.Oh, that jalapeno puree – genius!!! I’ll be looking for that.Welcome to SiTS! Em

  10. Tamara aka Cheapskate Mom Says:

    >Mmmmmm that looks divine!! Stopping by to Welcome you to SITS 🙂

  11. HoneyB Says:

    >This looks great Marthe!I want to say thank you for the thoughtfulness….the card you sent me was absolutely wonderful. Of course, I love kitties, so I really loved it! You are a very special person Marthe!

  12. DiPaola Momma Says:

    >WOW and only 3 WW points to boot.. what a woman!!Stopping by … late like I ALWAYS am.. to Welcome you to SITS. I’l be back here often cuz.. well.. you rock the foodie babe.


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