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Excellent! Didn't use flour to thicken but wouldnt change a thing! Used fresh ginger instead of ground and didnt have chili oil so use a little chili powder. Easy, tasty, healthy, one-pot meal!
This is my favorite fall/winter stew. I add chicken broth to make it go further. I often bring it to potlucks, but always make sure there is some in the freezer for me!
This was good, perfect for a fall dinner. I didn't have chili flavored olive oil, but I did use some crushed red pepper in the oil. I used butternut squash instead of pumpkin. I will make this again!
We really enjoyed this. I added some dried apricots and ommited the cornstarch as it was plenty thick enough. Thank you for this recipe I will certainly be making it again.
Though we are well into spring, the endless rain had me in search of a comforting dish. This was quite tasty. I used just one tablespoon of olive oil to cook the onions and chicken and added a tablespoon of harrisa to the tomatoes. About 15 minutes in it seemed a touch bland so I added 1/2 teaspoon of tumeric. I like JanS's suggestion of using thigh meat as the breast meat was a touch dry. My stew was plenty thick without the slurry at the end. The stew was tasty and I'm looking forward to the leftovers tomorrow.
I loved this recipe! It's easy and I always have the ingredients on hand .. I added the optional salt and pepper and about a teaspoon of my mother's special eastern spice blend, and omitted the sugar .. I will definitely make this again! Thanks!
We enjoyed this immensely. I had intended on making it vegetarian but Simon wanted meat tonight, so I cooked some drumsticks. It was really nice, and lovely balance of flavours. I left out the coriander (yuk) and next time I will only add 1 tsp brown sugar. I too found that no extra seasoning was necessary. Excellent recipe, next time I may try it in the slow cooker.
Tomoko and I probably enjoyed this more than Russell did. We thought it was great. I used thigh fillets as I don't like breasts in a stew, I used fresh ginger and a decent slug of an Aussie hot sauce. I also prefer not to thicken sauces with flour so left the lid off it for about the last 10 minutes of cooking. Thanks Sackville Girl.