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Make beer mango marinade

Make beer mango marinade

Make beer mango marinade and green mango pickle as an upgrade from beer can grilled chicken.


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Make beer mango marinade and green mango pickle to make a boring chicken or green salad sweet and tangy. Savory grilled chicken is easy starting with a marinade full of flavor from beer and mango. This simple beer mango marinade is an upgrade from beer can chicken.



Make beer mango marinade
Make beer mango marinade
Beer Mango Marinade Recipe

Ingredients

2 ripe mangoes peeled, seeded, and cubed

1 cup ginger beer from your local grocery store


Directions

In a blender add mangoes and puree. Place all ingredients in covered bowl. Seal bowl, and shake vigorously to mix. Refrigerate for at least 2 hours. To serve, toss with salad greens and sprinkle with raw walnuts. To marinate chicken, in a sealed plastic bag add chicken and mango beer puree and refrigerate overnight.

African Indian Green Mango Pickle Recipe
African Indian Green Mango Pickle Recipe


Also, make green mango pickle to eat with your grilled marinated mango chicken.


Easy Green Mango Pickle Recipe


Ingredients

7 green firm mangoes

1 cup pickling salt

2 tablespoons ground turmeric

1 teaspoon ground cloves

1 tablespoon ground ginger

2 tablespoons mustard seed, lightly roasted

2 tablespoons fenugreek seed, lightly roasted

1 tablespoon chili powder

20 dried hot chili peppers

1 tablespoon vegetable oil

Water as needed when blending peppers


Directions

Wash the fruit in clean water. Remove the seeds and slice the flesh into uniformly sized pieces. Mix mangoes and a ½ cup of salt, cover and let sit for 48 hours in a dry place. Drain liquid. In a large cup, add 3 cups of water and the remaining ½ cup of salt, mix well. Add mangoes to a large pot and cover with water boil 5 minutes. Meanwhile add dried chili peppers, spices and salt-water mixture to a food processor and blend to a paste-like consistency. Place alternate layers of mango and pepper paste in the sterilized container with a lid. Ensure there is a layer of paste on top of the jar. Store the pickle in a cool place away from direct sunlight.




Did you Know?

Uganda’s dried mangoes are exported at low prices to small niche markets in Germany and the UK. There are many varieties of mangoes in Uganda and the key ones preferred by consumers are as follows:

· Ddodo

· Bire

· Sejjembe Naruzale

· Asanti

· Kakola (Masaka) and other indigenous cultivars mainly identified by production areas.

· Apple Mangoes and Ngoe are available throughout the year.



Mangos provide 100% of your daily vitamin C, 35% of your daily vitamin A and 12% of your daily fiber.

Mangos are related to cashews and pistachios.

Mangos have natural tenderizing properties, making them a perfect ingredient for marinades.


Chicken Beer Mango Marinated Recipe



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