A very easy and tasty mango chicken recipe made with the Philips All-in-One Cooker. I served it with Israeli couscous.


Ingredients (serves 3)

  • 500 g cubed chicken breast
  • 1 mango cut into cubes (keep the pit)
  • 1 small can coconut milk
  • salt

Method

  1. Add oil to the inner pot.
  2. Press SAUTE/SEAR HIGH TEMP button, set cooking time for 5 minutes and press START (Do not close the lid) add the chicken and stir from time to time.
  3. Add coconut milk and mango to the all-in-one cooker inner pot (also the mango pit). Stir.
  4. Seal lid, check that the valve is on seal.
  5. Select SLOW COOK LOW TEMP for 4 hours. Press START.
  6. Turn the pressure regulator to vent, open the lid, remove the mango pit and enjoy!


  • Thanks for sharing

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  • Mango was not a favourite of mine, until recently… YUM

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  • Yum and so simple, I need one of these cookers

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  • Wow. Just wow. I think I really need to invest in this all in one cooker!

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  • Coconut, mango and chicken sounds absolutey delicious! Thanks.

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  • I wonder if you could do this with pineapple instead of mango? Both ways would b e lovely though.

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  • Love that this only uses 4 ingredients. Looks very yummy! Will be trying this for sure.

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  • Delicious, easy and minimal ingredients. My kind of easy recipe. I can just imagine the taste of it now!

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  • I like the sound of the Israeli couscous.

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  • Sounds so easy to make and is asking me to cook it. Will look for mangoes going cheap, still wish I was up in the north again for this.

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  • Tastyyyyyy that’s what i can say

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  • with mango mixes nice super kool

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  • all in one cooker

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  • That machine sounds really good. Is it like a thermomix?


    • No, absolutely not. With a Thermomix you can cook, weigh, blend, mill, whip, knead.. and so much more. With the All-in-One Cooker you can steam, bake, pressure cook, slow cook, and make yogurt. It misses all the food processor parts of the Thermomix.

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  • Thanks for sharing this simple recipe which sounds delicious!.

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