Grilled Chicken Sliders and Apricot Chutney Spread

  • MadamMaddyKJ26 Posted: 06/07/11
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    I loved these. The chutney is what makes it. Definately a crowd pleaser in my house. My only beef was that i thought the chicken needed more seasoning. Will be making again!

  • crusnock Posted: 06/03/11
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    We thought these were ok. They weren't good enough to make again.

  • cpalma Posted: 05/22/11
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    Homerun! I used a cast iron pan instead of a grill pan. Quick and easy. I added more apricot chutney on each roll. Felt like I was eating something totally fattening. Will definitely make again

  • kemer67 Posted: 06/08/11
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    I really, really liked this. However, next time I will add an additional apricot and decrease the amount of dijon mustard in the chutney. I found that the dijon mustard overwhelmed the rest of the flavors in the apricot chutney. Overall, very good. We'll definitely make again.

  • Noblefir75 Posted: 05/30/11
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    My local grocery store didn't have fresh apricots, so I used about 6 dried ones and followed the rest of the recipe. It was great. I am excited to try it with fresh apricots.

  • sprky182 Posted: 06/05/11
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    Very quick and easy, nice big flavor. The apricot chutney was very flavorful and went great with the chicken. I used regular hamburger rolls because I couldn't find slider rolls and it worked fine.

  • Katiewasnthere Posted: 06/21/11
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    Excellent! Too hungry to mess around with little slider buns, so used regular sized buns. Read my take on it at http://nutritioninapeanutshell.blogspot.com/2011/06/dinner-tonight-cooking-lights-grilled.html

  • JustSomeGuy Posted: 07/06/11
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    Took others advice and upped apricot and decreased mustard - if apricots aren't grilled they don't caramelize and a little brown sugar helps. As a spread it wasn't great, but when I pre-mixed the shredded chicken with it and made it a little more "sloppy joe" - very tasty. Slider buns a must.

  • Samsublime Posted: 06/27/11
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    I followed the recipe exactly except I put the apricots and chicken on the actual grill, not a grill pan. It was delicious! Served with a nice pasta salad and it made for a great and relatively easy summer dinner. Will definitely make again.

  • jenniferkatie Posted: 06/30/11
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    YUMMY!! This was really good and the sweetness of the appricots mingled well with the peppery flavored chicken...we used the thin buns and deffinaty needed a fork to eat it as is messy! Although, we mixed the chutney with the chcken instead of using it as a spread!! Delish!

  • Belladonna714 Posted: 06/28/11
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    These were just ok. The apricot chutney was good but the chicken was a little bland, it just seemed to be missing something. I baked the chicken, used a grill pan to cook the apricots and served on multi grain kaiser rolls instead of slider rolls. I served these with CL corn on the corn with Jalapeño butter, (amazing!!). I would most likely not make these sandwiches again.

  • CarlynO Posted: 07/20/11
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    It didn't really have any flavor...however, I DID use chicken breast instead of chicken thighs so that could have been why. Also, it made a LOT of chutney. I think the sandwich needs something else. I added some salt and it helped but it needs SOMETHING....maybe tomato or onion for crunch

  • SunnTex Posted: 09/19/11
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    This was a great recipe.It was quick, easy, and whole family loved it. I cooked everything on the outside grill, so there weren't any pots to clean.There were no apricots at the store, so I used plucots. They worked great. I bet peaches or any stone fruit would be great.

  • ErinBarthel Posted: 01/04/12
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    Very good. Apricots are out of season right now (January) so I substituted with pineapples. I used about 8 pineapple slices (the size of an apricot half). I didn't like the smell of the sauce but the taste was great. It was good hot or cold the next day. The chicken came out great. It had a good little bite to it. I highly recommend trying it with pineapple chutney.

  • baytownrose Posted: 02/09/12
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    The ultimate test---my kids loved it! I didn't use the apricot spread, as they don't like apricots, but cooked the chicken as specified in the recipe and then used honey smoked barbeque sauce. Big hit!

  • ktleyed Posted: 06/09/13
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    I wasn't crazy about the flavor, it was lacking something,I don't know what but the Chutney needed to be spicy or something and I just can't get around making chicken thighs, just me I guess. Meh.

  • daneanp Posted: 07/13/12
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    Oh yum. Out Traeger grill made this meal a snap. Everyone loved it. I didn't change a thing - just grilled the buns a little before assembly. I served it with Grilled Lime-Butter Corn on the Cob also from Cooking Light. Great, quick easy dinner.

  • sjcpeach Posted: 06/06/13
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    These were easy and tasty. Not something I'd rush to make again but a good way to mix it up with chicken. It made a lot of chutney so I'm trying to think about other uses for it. Ideas?

  • ABrandish Posted: 10/01/13
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    One of our favorites

  • PaulaStraw Posted: 01/12/14
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    These were my favorite prepared meal of the year and I cannot wait to make them again. These are perfect for a football party at home or an appetizer gathering... I added more garlic and made fewer sandwiches with more of the chutney sauce. I agree the chutney recipe should be tripled and added to the chicken 'sloppy joe' style. The best flavor EVER!

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