Ready in 30 minutes
Sweet and hot, this is being used on a pork tenderloin recipe for an Hawaiian-style Luau dinner party.
Heat oil in saucepan. Add onions and pepper and cook until soft and light brown. Add the rest of the ingredients except mango. Simmer for 10 minutes then let cool.
Pour sauce into a blender. Add diced mangoes and blend until smooth.
SunnyCin 3y agoI have a mango tree and every year I slice and freeze in baggies buckets of mangos. This recipe is awesome! I served it with a pork loin I prepared with a fresh marinade. Absolutely delicious!!
eca234 4y agoWe used this marinade w/ boneless prok ribs. The only swap I made was Chinese Five Spice for the Allspice. While this takes a bit of planning for a weeknight dinner, it came out very spicy and delicious. Will make this again.
Smiler9030 4y agoVery spicy but full of flavour. How long do you think it will keep for? In a jar, in the fridge.
Edgar1Edgar1995 4y agoThank you very nice i like mangos
stevemur 4y agoWhat a firey-hot sauce! Used on grilled chicken and paired with a cool cucumber salad. Very spicy; not for the feint of heart.
stevemur 6y agoReally has a kick! Quite a flavor profile -- sweet, hot, spicy, tangy... all of the above. I only used half the jalapenos, given the presence of the cayenne pepper, and am very glad I did. It still packs some heat. Perfect complement to grilled tenderloin or grilled steak. Wouldn't recommend this with fish -- it'd overpower it. We're serving this at a Hawaiian-themed luau dinner party. Save a couple mango slices (or, better yet, buy a couple extra mangoes and slice them) for presentation. (Also good consistency of final product to put in a squeeze bottle for more elegant presentation.)
stevemur 6y agoI've not yet tried this but will be making it in the next couple of days. Will check back here with a rating. [I posted this recipe.]