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2 teaspoons olive oil 4 (4-ounce, 113g) boneless, skinless chicken breasts 1/4 teaspoon sea salt 1/4 teaspoon ground black pepper 2 mangos, peeled and diced 1 green bell pepper, chopped 1 cup (240ml) low-sodium chicken broth (certified gluten-free if necessary) 2 green onions, chopped 2 tablespoons. 20-Minute Mango Chicken Bowls. Under Armour. Menu Related Blogs. chevron_right.

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Mango Salsa 1 mango 2 tablespoons red onion finely chopped 1 tablespoon cilantro minced 1/4 lime wedge salt to taste. Bring water and rice to a boil in a saucepan. Reduce heat to medium-low, cover, and simmer until rice is tender and water has been absorbed, 20 to 25 minutes. Step 3 Mix mango, olive oil, lime juice, honey, sriracha sauce, garlic, and salt together in a.

Cover bowl with plastic wrap and refrigerate for 15 minutes or up to 2 hours. Meanwhile, make tropical salsa: In a medium bowl, combine pineapple, red onion, garlic, lime juice, and cilantro. Toss.

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  • OMG! I just made this for dinner today. EPIC! this is defo one of my new fave meals. I have never had coconut rice before, It was great, and went so well with both the chicken and the salsa. Recipe is defo going on the monthly meal roster. Thank you for the yummy eating!

  • This looks great. I’ll bring it for lunch at the office next week I love bowls for lunch, way more interesting than what my colleges bring 😉

  • Hello please can you make a video of how to make green tea my sister make a mixture of coconut shred and some green leaves it tastes really good can you show me how to make green tea

  • Great video, you are a true artist, I still don’t see how you can make a profit, after clean-up. You do help influence people to admire and respect this art. Great video, I enjoyed it, Id also like to buy a $20 bowl.

  • Lovely bowls, but paint spoils them it could as easily be plastic as timber under that. I’d use a light stain to show off the grain, then a clear sealer. It’s timber. Be proud of it.


  • Amazing video, you and I must be on the same wavelength this week. I just posted a video with a homemade tortilla bowl. So you can eat the salad and then the bowl:) Have a great week.

  • Why is this in my recommendations? Feels like that time I took the wrong exit on vacation only to find an awesome restaurant…now I take the same exit every year just to get there! Ha! Glad I found your channel! Truly a wealth of knowledge! Yes, I watched the whole video!

  • I don’t turn, but my husband does. I love the art of wood becoming something special. He also does other crafts and I do scroll sawing and wood, small stuff. We do it for fun and gifts. We have not put up any for sale as of this point, Maybe this summer. Thank you for a great lesson.

  • This looks really healthy and so delicious! Also that sauce is incredible, the garlic makes it even better (and yes, fresh garlic is indeed strong, I just made a really nice garlic aioli recently and only needed 1 clove). Thanks for sharing this with you! ��

  • Awesome as always! Can you share where I can buy the big electric wok please? I see several models on Amazon but they are pretty small.

  • I made it for our family dinner and came out very well. As i always say your simple and delicious recipes gives me energy to make them after coming from work. Thank you.
    Kids loved it and my mom and husband were delighted

  • Love this idea we’re entering farmer’s market mode for the first time this season and the impulse buy item has been on my mind besides the veggies. I can see hubby turning while I’m soaping. And whoever is fastest paints.:)

  • I’m so glad YouTube recommended this video. Earning a living by woodworking has always been one of my “pro sports/rock star” dreams, so I love learning about stuff like this. Even if I never go beyond making gifts and such in the garage, this sort of content fuels my imagination. Plus, I learned a few things to apply to my own relief carving.

    I love the style, tone and energy of both your personality/presence and editing style.

  • I love the versatility of your recipes! I’m transitioning to a whole food plant based diet. I’m going to make your bowls, adding the black beans to the onions and peppers, omitting the chicken, and blending up avocado and a splash of almond milk in place of sour cream for the crema dressing. I’m thinking lots of green onions for an additional fresh topper as well. Probably go with brown rice. Going on my family’s meal plan this week!

  • Hi Sara, I am so looking forward to make this whole dinner. Please can you reccomend an organic honey I could buy from a farm or online? Thank you, Donna

  • I wanted something different easy and good today. I went straight to your page. This is exactly what was thinking about. Thank you!

  • In your high speed footage of turning a bunch of blanks, the screen rate makes it look like some of them are turning forward and some backwards. Which is pretty trippy but does that mean your lathe speed is not the same for all of them?

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  • I’ve been turning wood for nearly 35 years and seen a lot of tutorials on VHS tapes at first and on YouTube for quite a while. Your approach to turning and sharing knowledge is probably the best I’ve seen during that time. Thank you for taking the time to make and upload this subbed and will be looking at other videos as time allows. All the best from the UK.

  • This is bomb!! Just made it tonight. Added some ginger to the rice and cut half the BBQ sauce with hoisin sauce and sriracha. Thanks for sharing this amazing recipe!

  • I love this, could easily be vego, without the chicken. But I too, am not a fan of coriander ( Cilantro) Parsley or Basil would be as good. Thanks for sharing.

  • I made this today and it was absolutely delicious! I didn’t have red bell pepper so I used yellow instead and it still looked really pretty.

  • This yummy dish I am going to try soon with my family. I always make chicken in home but never tried like this one. Thanks for the recipe ��. ❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️����������

  • I’d love to try this sans the cilantro. I’m allergic to it, and cannot tolerate it. It’s very frustrating that so many recipes today call for cilantro. ��

  • Thank you for great video on basic turning. When you used the skew to get rid of high spots on the inside, you made the tip dip down, at the center of the bowl, and slowly leveled the skew as you went to the left. Is that normal, as I’m trying to learn the skew? Again thank you for these as I learn on every one you do!

  • Very colorful! I’ve been mango sorbet with my over ripe mangos. It’s so good. Does anyone really use a meat thermometer?? I never do. I probably should. I love to eat outside, but the bugs ruin it! I made an all natural bug spray today. Fingers crossed it works. Thanks for the recipe ideas!

  • Thanks again for sharing another recipe, it looks amazing and easy Thanks �� God Bless you see you next time ������������������������

  • Making the smaller things that you can move bulk amounts of will always make more money than making one large thing that you may take time moving. I’ve always said this and it keeps proving itself time and time again. Great video.

  • Thanks so much for sharing your skill and experience. I will never make a bowl to sell but I treasure the knowledge you have given all of us.

  • LOVE❤❤❤❤recipe

  • Your opinion on rice, rinse or don’t rinse, I used to be a no but rinsed it the last couple times after watching a YouTuber and oh my it made it so fluffy

  • My workshop is far from what yours is, and I have no lathe, and I have a lot of other stuff to do tonight, but can’t help but to keep watching. As a mechanical engineer, I like that you are talking about the process improvements to allow you to batch these out. Only 12 minutes in, but eager to see how they all turn out! It’s clear to me you have a lot of experience and good knowledge to share. Cool video!

  • Well done, I really enjoyed your lesson and feel like I learned a little more to add to my skills. If you told why I missed it and would like to know why you did not paint the outside bottom of your bowls. God Bless my friend.

  • Love your videos, how do you stop these from warping? I saw cardboard box,but is that it? They don’t warp that much? How long from start to finish?

  • I have wanted to watch this video for a long time. With the quarantine, I had the time. And wow, it was worth the wait. In fact, I saved it and will revisit it. You do a lot of great teaching with many good ideas! Thank you!!!

  • I made this for my mom’s birthday and you never fail to deliver incredibly tasty recipes!! The mango salsa had me a bit skeptical but goes great with the BBQ chicken, and you can never go wrong with coconut rice

  • Oh my, this looks AWESOME!!! I can’t watch it right now. I saved it and definitely watch it later on. Thank you so much for all you do and teach!!! ������

  • Holy Wood Chips, Batman! 18:38… love it!

    The cutting tools, they are longer than most, right? I see how they give you leverage and allow you to secure it better. But I also wonder, if I ever get into turning, would you consider them a more advanced / pro set of tools? Would someone just getting started use a shorter one? I did a lathe once in 4H. Started out making a lamp, and ended up with a potato masher (I still use it to this day, so….I’m always reminded of my dream to get a lathe). But I feel like I remember shorter tools back then. Can’t be sure though.

  • All those nice shavings would do well to make a no till garden out back. That’s the long term plan for me. Turn and carve in the winter, no till garden in the spring and summer. If you haven’t looked into no till gardening with wood shavings, check it out, bro.

  • My wife and I appreciate the way you teach and the fact that you don’t think it necessary to use off color language. You were kind enough to answer a former question, may I ask one more. Because we are ignorant and just getting started with turning we/I am attracted to kits that include parts and pieces that I could not add intelligently. So, would a NOVA kit be a really dumb choice we want to make pens eventually as well. Here is what I had in mind https://smile.amazon.com/dp/B07CT8N58V/?coliid=I1SQ26F8EI7KIC&colid=2XACFYFNAYJAQ&psc=1&ref_=lv_ov_lig_dp_it. If this is a bad Idea, could you direct us toward a source for used One Way equipment? Thanks for your time

  • Hi, I’ve been wood turning for just a few months now, so I’m very new to this amazing craft. I very much enjoyed your video and leaned so much by it. I loved the large scraper you used, it looked like it did a good job.
    Thanks for sharing your knowledge.

  • I like your video’s they help me a lot,I have a question about my Turning of a bowl I am getting a lot of tare out on the end grain the wood is silver maple and it is 9.5% moisture. I thought my gouges mite be dull so I sharpened them and it helped but didn’t help much I am turning at 1750 rpms do you have any suggestions that will help me.

  • This is what YouTube is all about. I don’t own any of these machine, I don’t have a workshop. I’m living in an apartment and don’t have any way of making this, but I’m still watching it.

    Awesome video

  • I need to know if you have a modification for the sauce? I’m allergic to all citrus fruits,so no�� ⛔ lime juice for the recipe for me. Lol lol I love life.

  • Looks really delicious. Im in to make this this week! Thnx please how u call that pepper u put in in the beginning. Im from the netherlands did not get it!

  • That looks so amazing something I will definitely try. How much rice do you put? Do you weight it at all? Definitely good for meal prep. ��

  • Have you ever discussed why you turn and position the gouge instead of doing it head on.
    How about a tutorial on this subject? I would appreciate your input.

  • I love this idea for a meal. I’m not big on bell peppers, so I think I would switch them for courgettes instead. I really gotta try that chipotle sauce.

  • Awesome video! I’ve never used milk paint on any of my woodturnings, but I really like the look of it on the bowls in this video. I would have been interested to see the wax applied (inside and out?) and buffed to the finished result, as well as maybe a few words from you on food-safe finishing materials and general maintenance of bowls like this. Do you have to re-oil or re-wax them periodically? How do they wear over time? Thanks again for such a great video!!

  • I made this entire meal last night and it was fabulous.. we had left overs tonight & were just as good.. I did use frozen mango’s for the salsa & we loved it & had the left overs with lime tortilla chips.. really good.. thank you so much for another great recipe!

  • But, but what type of oil did you use, what type of wax did you use, how do they look finished (buffed out) other than that, I loved you presentation.

  • I started watching you 5 years ago to help me get through college. I couldn’t even cook pasta. In September I’m starting my new job and my fiance and I love to cook together every evening! Thanks for all the tips and inspiration throughout the years

  • I have been making my own version of these all summer. I grill my chicken and since I can’t do the sauce you made, I use olive oil and cilantro with lime. I add in garlic powder to the beans, green onion with the corn, and top mine with chopped romaine lettuce and chopped cucumber. It’s so delicious and the contrast of hot items chicken, corn, black beans onion, peppers and rice verses the cold tomato, cucumber, avocado and lettuce is phenominal. Add in that good olive oil and lime juice and it’s perfect. Eat these a couple of times a week. I always feel so much better after eating clean!

  • Love your channel and this is my first time commenting. I am going to try this recipe! Looks so delicious and easy! I’m always looking for new ways to cook chicken and this recipe is amazing! TFS!

  • I want to start doing this and I found your video infomantive and worth the watch. Is it better to buy a lathe like your or a smaller one that fits on the work bench? How many RPMs are suffiencent to do wood work?Thanks

  • Excellent video, I am Peruvian I like doing woodwork, two months ago I copied a folding table model and made 4 for my children, you have a good method to teach and I would like to learn your techniques. My question is what is the name of the machine that you use to hold the wood while you use the other carving tools and I suppose it must be very expensive. In appreciation I subscribe to your channel.

    Thank you very much.


  • so you don’t leave them to dry at all? just go straight to painting and oiling? maybe i missed the part when you talked about that

  • I already picked this meal to cook for dinner tomorrow but I got even more excited about it hearing one of my favorite songs playing this video! Now I have to play it while I cook tomorrow!

  • You make me sooo happy! Thank you so much for your recipes. I’m going to graduate and become a nurse soon so you make the anxiety of meal prepping calm down ��

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  • Not even close to a chipotle bowl, for one. For two, all bell peppers taste the same? You couldn’t be further from the truth. And ground chicken? What are you doing lol? Plus over seasoning the chicken, and not seasoning the rice with cilantro and citrus juice. I tried this recipe and it’s just not good, had to completely change it aside from the cream.

  • This is the best tutorial on turning bowls I’ve ever watched
    Thank you very much, I’m taking notes and not just on the turning but also on the presentation and structure of the video

  • This is a cool variation of your Pineapple Chicken fried rice. ^which is still one of my favourite recipes and Ive even adjusted the sauce which has such a huge impact of flavour now that Im super proud of.