I served this at a recent dinner party, and not a morsel was left on anyone's plate! I used frozen blueberries with successful results. Next time I will take another rater's suggestion to increase the ginger. I also marinated the chicken overnight and doubled the garlic in the marinade. Fantastic!
Chicken with Blueberry-Ginger Chutney
Diplocook Posted: 02/01/09
8stringfan Posted: 08/22/10
Used a regular grill and added some soaked mesquite chips. Cooked 4 minutes/side on high heat, uncovered. Reheats fine (chutney is actually better the next day) but the chutney recipe is really only enough for 4 servings, so if you plan on this making six servings, you may want to double the recipe.
GayleR Posted: 02/17/12Greenville, NC
I made this chutney with frozen blueberries and liked the results. It made a lot of chutney. I had less success when I tried freezing some of the leftover chutney in an ice cube tray. It didn't harden up enough for this method. Next time I would freeze the extra chutney in small freezer containers.