Thai mango, chilli & lime cups

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(21 ratings)

Prep: 20 mins


Makes 32

Serve these quick, zingy vegetarian nibbles at your next party

Nutrition and extra info

  • Vegetarian

Nutrition: per serving

  • kcal19
  • fat1g
  • saturates0g
  • carbs3g
  • sugars2g
  • fibre0g
  • protein0g
  • salt0.06g
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  • 1 mango
  • 1 red chilli
  • ½ red onion
  • handful coriander leaves
  • juice 1 lime



    The same shape, but smaller than…

  • 2 tbsp sweet chilli sauce
  • 32 mini croustade cups


  1. Mix the mango, red chilli, red onion and a handful coriander leaves, then mix with the lime juice and sweet chilli sauce. Season.

  2. Divide between 32 mini croustade cups (in the supermarket bakery area) and serve within 1 hr so they’ll be firm.

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6th Jan, 2012
Have made these several times now - a winning combination of flavours and so quick and easy to make.
1st Jan, 2012
These were quite nice - chances of finding croustade cups in Spain were slim so just used some little savoury pastry cases. Only made a little bit to try for myself as hubby doesn't like mango, but he actually tried them and said they were ok. Would probably make them again as nibbles along with other things for a dinner party.
31st Dec, 2011
Utterly divine, effortless and guilt-free
29th Dec, 2011
sorry guys not lakeland , pampered chef
26th Dec, 2011
Tried for Xmas:I served in small expresso cups, with other nibbles . Colourful and light, very easy. I had leftovers for lunch with a green salad: very good too.
24th Dec, 2011
21st Dec, 2011
Divide between 32 mini croustade cups (in the supermarket bakery area) - not in my supermarkets.....
14th Dec, 2011
I have a mini tart tin and pastry shaper that i bought from lakeland plastics. It is a godsend, you simply drop a ball of pastry into each indentation and squish with the dibber. Have just made mini mince pies for the village carol singers they are perfect. The list of uses is endless , a worhwhile investment. I would reccomend for this recipe just get the pastry nice and thin which is easy after a bit of practise. Not exaactly croustades but just as good
9th Nov, 2011
Croustades are easy to make : To make 24 you need 12 large slices of bread and 175g melted butter. Remove crusts and roll each slice with a rolling pin to flatten. Cut out 2 x 7.5cm rounds from each slice with a pastry cutter. Use tongs to dip each round into the butter, shaking off any excess. Press into patty tins, bake 15-20 mins at 180 or 160 fan until crisp and golden. Cool on wire rack. I got this recipe fromWI Christmas book but Delia also does them and she adds garlic to the melted butter, she reckons they keep for 2 weeks in airtight tin.
21st Oct, 2011
These were very easy to make and went down really well at my party last week. They were pretty hot so wouldn't suit everyone. The Croustades (which I found in Waitrose) did go rather soggy after a few hours but it didn't stop people eating them. I used the left over 'filling' as a marinade for some chicken the next day and that was good too.


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