Chicken with Mango Salsa, Edamame, and Coconut Rice

  • julie64 Posted: 04/12/11
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    Flavorful but more work than I thought. I didn't have red onion so used shallots which gave a milder taste. The coconut rice was really good. I will probably make this again....

  • janiegd Posted: 04/26/11
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    I love this recipe! I have made it for guests and just for family. My young children love it too! I always add some diced tomatoes to the salsa. Otherwise, it is just great the way it is!

  • earrational Posted: 08/08/11
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    I simplified this quite a bit to use what I had on hand and it still tasted great. Even my toddler ate it without any fuss - now to clean the rice off my floor!!!

  • WeHoMomAndChef Posted: 05/21/14
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    Love this! I've made it many times and this recipe is always a crowd-pleaser. Instead of edamame, I use black beans. I also omit the coconut from the rice recipe. In a pinch, I've also substituted pineapple for the mango in the salsa recipe.

  • EllenDeller Posted: 03/30/14
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    As written, I found this recipe too busy--to many little pieces of things competing with one another. I almost didn't try it again, but tonight I made the recipe without the edamame and without the toasted coconut. Much better--I think the edamame just doesn't fit here. Also brought the calorie count down to 424. Some steamed broccoli made a nice side dish.

  • ycw031000 Posted: 09/22/13
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    This is a very easy, quick and delicious dish The only thing I did to change the dish was add some red bell pepper and sugar snap peas to the sautéed chicken to have more vegetables.


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