Authentic Mango Chicken Recipe
Authentic Mango Chicken Recipe

Authentic Mango Chicken Recipe

Have you ever tried to cook an Indian Curry and it’s tasted exactly like the restaurant dish? My authentic mango chicken tastes as good as the best mango chicken you’ve had, in your favourite Indian restaurant. I know that sounds like a huge claim, but it’s true.

Mango Chicken Close Up

Chicken Curry Close Up

I was actually given this recipe by the owner of Guru’s Indian Restaurant in Coffs Harbour. Guru’s Indian Restaurant owns the local Indian speciality grocery store called “Om Namah.”  I visit Om Namah regularly to purchase spices, frozen pakoras, stuffed naans and other “essential” grocery items. Whilst I’m making my purchases I quiz the staff for Indian recipes. They share their recipes or help me with tips for cooking authentic Indian dishes.

Indian Mango Chicken

Indian Chicken with Mango

The staff are always so helpful. On a previous visit, the lady behind the counter showed me a video of her cooking chapati with her young daughter.  She then gave me the recipe and sold me the ingredients so I could make my own that night.

Mango Chicken Curry

Mango Chicken Curry

Making the Mango Chicken was surprisingly simple once you know how. I was even shown which brand of mango puree gives the best flavour. The brand I have picture below produces a sweet mango puree which tastes exactly like fresh mango!

Mango Chicken Ingredients

Speciality Ingredients

The Mango Chicken can be prepared on the cooktop or in the Thermomix. I don’t use the tikka paste in my recipe as I find the tandoori spice blend from my book “An Indian ThermoKitchen” is a more natural and healthy alternative.

Authentic Mango Chicken Recipe

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Authentic Mango Chicken Recipe

Ingredients

    Marinade
  • Chicken Thigh Fillets (diced)
  • Tikka Paste
  • Natural Yogurt
  • Mango Curry
  • oil or ghee
  • onion
  • garlic
  • fresh ginger
  • whole coriander seeds
  • green cardamon pods
  • cloves
  • star anise
  • garam masala
  • tomato puree
  • mango puree
  • thickened cream
  • sugar

Instructions

  1. This an exclusive recipe from "An Indian ThermoKitchen"
  2. The full instructions are available when you purchase the book.
  3. If you want to make this dish for dinner tonight rest assured the digital version will be available within 5 minutes of purchase and the hard copy of the book will follow in the post.

Mango Chicken with Cauliflower Rice

Mango Chicken with Cauliflower Rice

The best tip I received from the “Guru’s” chef was not to add the diced chicken to the sauce until you’re ready to serve the dish. The chef said in the restaurant and in Indian homes, they marinade the meat in a homemade spice paste and then cooked in the oven.

Indian Mango Chicken Submission 1

Indian Mango Chicken Submission 1

Cooking the marinated chicken in the oven gives the meat more flavour. It also helps keeps the chicken stay moist and tender. The sauce is then made whilst the chicken is cooking in the oven. Once the dish is ready for serving the chicken is stirred through the sauce.

Indian Mango Chicken Curry

Indian Mango Chicken Curry

You may have noticed I have been sharing quite a lot of Indian recipes. As soon as the weather turns cold I crave warm comfort food. I think Indian cuisine is the ultimate winter comfort food. I have also just self-published an Indian Cookbook called “An Indian ThermKitchen.” Please take a look.

Easy Chicken Curry w Yoghurt

Easy Chicken Curry w Yoghurt

If you’re considering cooking an Indian Banquet take a look at some of my favourite dishes.  This Chicken Curry takes about 30 minutes from start to finish.  My favourite Indian dish is this creamy  Lamb Korma.

Mango chicken is one of 28 authentic Indian recipes contained in “An Indian ThermoKitchen” cookbook. A lot of work has gone into ensuring that all the recipes are delicious and will work every time!

Take a look at all the other great recipes included in the book. Recipe Index An Indian ThermoKitchen.

Indian Lamb Korma Recipe

Indian Lamb Korma Recipe

In the meantime please feel free to pin this dish for later.

If you do have a Thermomix feel free to join our FB Thermomix Kitchen Group Page. The page has some fabulous contributors who are sharing more delicious Thermomix recipes and links daily.

 

 

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Comments

  1. I want to dig into that gravy! This would be a hit in our house.

  2. Oh yum! Thanks for the authentic recipe Julie. Also perfect for weather at the moment.

  3. Would you believe I’ve never had mango chicken before? I clearly must remedy this post haste. 🙂

  4. That looks and sounds so delicious even when using canned Mango puree! It’s a big job cooking Indian food. Have to admit I’d rather let someone else do the cooking.

    • Hi Elaine, I used to think Indian was difficult to make but once you nail the technique and flavours it’s really simple. This is a very easy recipe, I hope you try it. Thanks for stopping by xx

  5. We love mango chicken!! But I’ve never made it myself. Thanks for the recipe and the tips. Your photographs have me salivating!

  6. I just got home from a couple of hours walking in the mountains with my pooch, I reckon a giant bowl of this warming, comforting mango curry would be the perfect way to finish my day. Loving all your indian influenced dishes lately very much. 🙂

  7. Love Indian food and all the recipes you have been posting, looks delicious Julie!

  8. Love the grocery store where everyone is so willing to share advice and tips. That’s awesome. Your curry looks delicious. Would love to dig in! Stay warm!!

  9. Just wonderful, another gorgeous curry offering that is not too complicated.

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