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I followed the recipe exactly, and I wouldn't change a thing. The sauce was both smooth and rich, perfectly balanced. I used a whole chicken, skinned and jointed and black cardamom pods since the recipe didn't specify. Super easy to make and very much enjoyed. Yum! Thanks Brian!

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AmandaInOz October 28, 2008

This is a fantastic Indian dish. I actually take all the ingredients and throw them in my crock pot for the day. The only alteration is that I use 1.5 cups water and two chicken stock cubes for the chicken broth. This recipe taste like authentic Indian and is super easy and quick to make! Don't let the ghee scare you off - it's really easy to make as well. I googled how to do it!

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kjackson_la September 21, 2008

Brian H- you're the best. What a totally simple recipe. You wouldn't expect this much flavor judging by the amount of work (or lack thereof) required. So tasty and smells heavenly when cooking. Used chicken breasts- bad idea. We will be trying again with thighs and ideally bone-in pieces, as the recipe states. I can't begin to imagine how much that will add to the flavor. I shoulda known better than to have changed a BrianH recipe!!! Fabulous AS IS!

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MrsMM December 18, 2007

Welll...I made this with boneless skinless chicken breasts, Enova oil and 1 (14oz) can of chicken broth. I started with frozen chicken so added a little water and put a lid on it to defrost it. Then I used my kitchen shears to cut it into chunks and added all of the other ingredients. I had to cook it longer to evaporate the liquid but then it was too dry...my fault. I think the spices would have stood out more with the addition of salt.

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Engrossed September 17, 2007
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