Wednesday, January 21, 2009

Mini Ham Tortillas with Mango Chutney

Want a little something for your snacking pleasure? Bite into this!

I have these HUGE multi grain tortillas that cost me 215 calories to eat. I haven't been eating them. When I do, I usually have a half, but then it looks like a half. I want it to look like a whole, while I make my body a half. Did you follow that?

So out with the wine glass to indent a perfect little circle inside the big circle. It made quite a few. The little scraps I will toast up and sprinkle on some soup or salad. No waste.

Anyway, sprinkle these little tastey bites with some shaved ham and top with a smidge of mango chutney.

MANGO CHUTNEY
Loris Lipsmacking Goodness

6 cups mango, chopped
1 1/2 cups onion, chopped
4 cloves of garlic, minced
1 teaspoon dried hot pepper flakes
1 cup distilled vinegar
2 cups ganulated sugar
1/2 teaspoon kosher salt
1 1/2 teaspoons garam masala
1/2 teaspoon light colored mustard seeds

Stir the sugar into the vinegar and heat in a sauce pan until the sugar has dissolved. Add the remainder of the ingredients and cook over medium heat ( a slow simmer) uncovered until the mixture has dissolved. Stir occassionally, especially towards the end. When the mixture has thickened, it has finished cooking.

6 comments:

Shelly said...

So, how did you know I had mango in the freezer? Looked at it yesterday and thought "I gotta do somethin' with that".
This looks good...bet it would be good on a nice grilled chicken breast. Yummmm.

kat said...

oh what a nice little treat!

Bunny said...

You know what , these would be nice for football food too! Thanks Lori!

Jude said...

I know I'm gonna like this. Mango chutney on pork tastes so good to me for some reason.

Grace said...

mmmmmmmango chutney. wonderful. pig and citrus go so well together, don't they!

Temperance said...

clever and delicious, the mango chutney looks especialy good.

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