*  Exported from  MasterCook  *
 
                           TOMATO CHUTNEY CHICKEN
 
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 Serving Size  : 4    Preparation Time :0:00
 Categories    : Poultry
 
   Amount  Measure       Ingredient -- Preparation Method
 --------  ------------  --------------------------------
    4       ea           Breasts, chicken, halves,
                         -- broiler/fryer, boned,
                         -- skinned
   16       oz           Tomatoes, with juice,
                         -- cut up
    1       c            Apple, cooking, peeled,
                         -- chopped
      1/4   c            Onion, chopped
      1/4   c            Pepper, green, chopped
      1/4   c            Raisins, golden
    2       tb           Juice, lemon
    2       tb           Sugar, brown
    1       t            Lemon peel, ground
    1       lg           Garlic, clove, minced
      1/4   ts           Pepper, red, flakes
      1/2   ts           Cinnamon
      1/4   ts           Salt
 
        In a frying pan, mix the tomatoes, apple, onion,
   green pepper, raisins, lemon juice, brown sugar, lemon
   peel, garlic, red pepper flakes and cinnamon.  Stir to
   mix.
   
        Cook, stirring, over medium-high heat until
   mixture boils.
   
        Sprinkle salt over the chicken breasts.  Place
   chicken over the tomato mixture.  Reduce heat to
   medium-low; cover and cook, stirring and turning
   frequently, about 15 minutes or until chicken is fork
   tender.
   
        Arrange the chicken on serving platter.  Spoon
   sauce over the chicken.  Serve.
   
        Per serving:
        :    230.0    calories
        :     29.0  g protein
        :      1.9  g total fat
        :      0.4  g saturated fat
        :     24.7  g carbohydrate
        :     68.0 mg cholesterol
        :    364.0 mg sodium
   
        Source: “Chicken Cookery”  - 1994 Delmarva
   Chicken Cooking Contest
        :       Delmarva Poultry Industries, Inc.
        :       Georgetown, Delaware, 19947-9622
  
 
 
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