Grilled Chicken Breasts with Fresh Strawberry Salsa
Servings Per Recipe: 4 Calories: 408
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There was a time when I couldn't imagine combining meats with fruits. Not any more I have learned to love the combination. THIS is GREAT. Every single thing appealed to me. The hot the sweet the sour cream. OH!!! If you think you won't like this-well maybe you won't. I plan on this being a work lunch at least 3x's a week.
We really liked the chicken- thought it was a super yummy marinade but the strawberry salsa was just okay. We thought it had way too many flavors going on- fruit chiles onion mint- too much. Will proabably make the marinade again because we liked it so muhc but will leave off the salsa or just use plain ol' strawberries with a little bit of sugar.
This was really good. I too am not one to eat fruit with my meats yet the spice of the pepper the sweet of the strawberries and the cool of the sour cream was just terrific. My whole family enjoyed even my pickest son(who omitted the sour cream). Kids gave it a 2 thumbs up so it is a keeper.
This was sooo good! I decided to try it because my fiance loves strawberries. I was worried about the spice because he deos't really like things very spicy but it was perfect and he loved it! It's one of our favorites!
My family loves this recipe! Instead of raspberry vinegar I used raspberry pomegranate salad dressing. I also use cilantro instead of mint. Other recipes that I have found for this suggests adding avocado in the salsa with juice from 1 whole lime. Some add honey instead of sugar. I'm going to try different variations....maybe even add some mango!