Chicken Breast With Fruit Sauce Recipe

· November 10, 2018

If you feel like cooking something different that’s both tasty and easy to make, the chicken breast recipe below is the perfect choice for spicing things up in the kitchen.

The following chicken breast with fruit sauce recipe tastes really great and is a dish both children and parents will enjoy. It’s very versatile and will look very colorful depending on the fruits you decide to use. This exquisite but simple dish has a lot of nutrients, protein and not a lot of fat.

Chicken is the most popular white meat used in the kitchen. It’s a rich source of minerals such as phosphorus and selenium. It also has a lot of retinol, alpha and beta-carotene, lycopene, and vitamin A.

Fruit sauce goes great with chicken because it gives it a much more pleasant taste and makes it softer.  On the other hand, fruits provide multiple nutrients, such as antioxidants.

This recipe will require the following fruits:

  • Pineapple.
  • Kiwi.
  • Mango.
  • Lemon.
  • Papaya.

You can add other fruits, according to your own taste. Remember, creativity plays an important role in cooking this recipe, so let your imagination run wild!

Chicken Breast With Fruit Sauce

chicken breast with fruit sauce

This type of sauce is really appetizing because it’s so colorful. As you can imagine, the secret is cooking it with very fresh ingredients and the timing while it cooks.

The fruit sauce is an ingredient that can make people believe they’re tasting a really special dish, when in fact they’re enjoying a dish that’s really easy to cook.

You can even garnish (rice, potatoes, salads) this dish to make it look even more delicious. You can also use wheat flour tortillas to make burritos.


  • 1 pinch of salt.
  • Olive oil.
  • 1 chicken breast (330 g).
  • 2 tablespoons of sugar (30 g).
  • 1 cup of chopped pineapple (140 g).
  • ½ cup of wine vinegar (40 ml).
  • 2 tablespoons of lemon juice (60 ml)
  • 2 peeled and chopped medium kiwis (70 g).
  • 1 tablespoon of chopped fresh cilantro (10 g).
  • 1 medium peeled, cored, and chopped papaya (1 kg).
  • ½ a cored and finely chopped jalapeño (35 g).
  • ½ tablespoon of finely chopped red onion (10 g).
  • 1 medium-sized mango, peeled, cored, and cut into pieces (400 g).

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First, take a cutting board and a thin knife to peel and cut all the fruits. Don’t forget to take out the seeds. Once you’re done, put all the fruits in a container and store in your refrigerator for 2 to 3 hours. This step is necessary so the taste of the fruits blend together.

While you’re waiting for the flavors to blend together, you can cook the chicken breast. Put it on a plate and season it with the jalapeño, half a tablespoon of onion, and a pinch of salt.

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The idea is to contrast the sweet flavors of the fruits with the spicy chili and a pinch of salt. Once you’re done seasoning your chicken breast, place a frying pan over low heat. Cook the chicken breast with just a touch of olive oil so it doesn’t stick to the pan.

Once it’s cooked, remove it from the pan, place it on a separate dish, and cover with a lid. In another pot, pour the wine vinegar and teaspoon of sugar, and simmer. Keep in mind that this is the base of the fruit sauce, known as “gastric” sauce.

Take the chopped fruits out of the refrigerator and put them in the pot with the gastric sauce. Mix thoroughly and then pour the sauce over the chicken breast.

Finally, decorate your chicken breast with fruit sauce dish with some chopped parsley and add two tablespoons of lemon juice. This will give it a very sophisticated sour taste.

On the other hand, you can also add ½ a cup of chopped roasted apple to make it sweeter. Remember that you can experiment with the ingredients. Go ahead and give this recipe a shot today!

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  • Lim, Y. Y., Lim, T. T., & Tee, J. J. (2007). Antioxidant properties of several tropical fruits: A comparative study. Food Chemistry.