This made a nice weeknight meal. The sauce was very tasty. I added an extra tablespoon of jam to have more sauce and tone down the chipotles. The cucumber salad was also easy and good.
Raspberry-Chipotle Chicken Breasts with Cucumber Salad
peaches09 Posted: 05/01/13
nylucy4 Posted: 04/16/13
was really good. had a lot of kick, would probably use less chipotle chile next time.
steponme Posted: 04/22/13Missouri City, TX
The Raspberry-Chiptle sauce was really good and cucumber salad was simple to put together (used thinly sliced & peeled reg. cucumber) and went well with the chicken. My only change was adding dried thyme to the chicken. Served with steamed potatoes tossed with EVOO, salt, pepper, chives and parsely. Great meal.
elysenoelle Posted: 04/25/13
Only made the chicken/sauce part and it was outstanding. Such a simple weeknight meal that feels restaurant quality. We served it with garlic roasted potatoes and some spring salad. Flavorful and simple recipe!
daneanp Posted: 06/02/13
Meh. It was pretty on the plate and we loved the cucumber. I cut the chile back by a third, added a splash of white wine and a bit more sugar. I also thickened it a bit with cornstarch. Still quite spicy and not very raspberry flavored. I won't bother with this one again - though I will keep the salad part.
TheMomChef Posted: 05/09/13
Absolutely delicious! The play of raspberry jam, lime juice and chipotle chiles was perfect, though I did wish there was more than just three tablespoons. The salad worked well with the chicken, helping to tone down the heat from the chipotles. This is definitely a keeper recipe. You can read my full review at Taking On Magazines: http://bit.ly/146tYDa
JNBank Posted: 05/21/13
This was ok. My son wouldn't eat it bc the sauce was too spicy. The cucumber salad however was wonderful and so easy.
ktleyed Posted: 05/25/13
Sauce was much too spicy, could barely eat it, didn't make the cucumber salad, so cannot rate that part of the recipe.