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Curried Mango Chicken

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500 g of boneless chicken
400 g onions - finely chopped
2 cups mangoes - peeled and finely chopped
100 g coconut paste
100 g poppy seeds paste
3 tbsp refined oil
1 tsp ginger and garlic paste
1 tsp turmeric powder
salt as per your taste
red chili powder as per your taste
one bunch of coriander leaves

Nutritional information

1797 kcal
113.84 g
126.59 g
97.75 g
542 mg
325 mg

Curried Mango Chicken

  • Non Veg
  • 1 hr
  • Serves 4
  • Easy



You might have tasted different varieties and flavors of chicken but have you ever tried it with an additional ingredient – the very king of the fruits, mango? Sounds weird? Well, the mango can really uplift the taste of the chicken and bring in its own flavors to the curry. Let this special fruit of the summer season give a new twist to your regular chicken curry. It is very easy to prepare this dish. You’ll just need to get your hands on some fresh mangoes to blend well with the aromatic spices in this delectable curry!

Health Benefits

Mango is a highly fibrous and low-calorie fruit. Mangoes contain antioxidants which fight cancer. They help in maintaining the cholesterol level and are great at cleansing the skin. Mangoes also help regulate diabetes and help in losing weight. They strengthen the immune system and improve concentration and memory.

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How to make Curried Mango Chicken

  • Combine the ginger and garlic paste, turmeric powder, salt, and boneless chicken and let it marinate for half an hour.
  • Place a thick bottomed wok on the flame and pour in oil. Fry the finely chopped onions till light brown color on a medium flame. Lower the flame and add the marinated chicken and cook it for five minutes.
  • Add the poppy seeds paste, coconut paste and red chilly powder and blend it well with the chicken. Close the lid and cook till the chicken becomes tender on a low flame.
  • Add the finely chopped mangoes, stir well and cook for eight to ten minutes on a low flame. Garnish it with coriander leaves.


The mango is the national fruit of India and Pakistan in addition to the Philippines. It is also the national tree of Bangladesh. Mango trees have a long life and produce fruits beyond three hundred years. Kashmiri shawls and Kanchipuram silk sarees use Mango motifs in their embroidery designs.

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