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Warm Curry Chicken Dip??

ChefNic

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Jun 22, 2005
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Has anyone made this? I tasted it at a meeting, I liked it! It is a strange combination, but it really worked for me... I want to offer this to hosts... but I wondered what the majority of people thought of it? Has anyone made it at shows?
I like that you can micro it in a short time instead of baking it...

ALSO... besides apples and celery...is it good with some kind of crackers?
Thanks!

PS...it's in the SBRC S/S '06 page 3
And it calls for the Mini Baker , but at the meeting it was in the Deep Dish...so they must have doubled it.
 
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soonerchef

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Feb 17, 2006
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You could have pita bread to go with it, I haven't tried it but by reading the recipe I would stick with bland stuff to dip in it.
 
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RachelNguyen

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I made it at my open house and I LOVED it. It was really delicious. I made it in the small oval baker and it just fit. Now that I have the mini baker I would make it in that.

It is a bit pricey to buy the mango chutney... but it is, I think, critical for the recipe. (I wouldn't do it with the apricot jam... too sweet)

There were a couple of folks who didn't care for it because of the curry and the sweet, savory combo... but anyone that likes Indian food will just love it. Maybe do a second dip or even a dessert with it so that folks will have something else to try?

I give it a big thumbs up.

PS: If I were using it as my only recipe, I would probably toast the almonds and coconut in the 8" saute pan instead of the small oval baker so I could talk about the cookware!

Love+
Rachel
 
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