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This made a quick and easy weeknight meal, I used a George Foreman grill. I think I will up all of the spices a little next time, especially the ginger, cinnamon, and cardamom. I could hardly taste those because the cayenne, chili powder, and paprika masked them. Thanks for posting!

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noway April 07, 2010

Outstanding chicken! I used skinless thighs, legs and breasts and all came out tender, juicy and so flavorful. Wonderful aroma too - it brought everyone running when the chicken was brought in from the grill! We will use this recipe often - thanks for sharing!

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loof May 19, 2008

A very nice and simple recipe. I think it needs a bit of something though. Will add salt next time. Thanks!!

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najwa March 08, 2008

We enjoyed this chicken dish very much. I left the skin on it was crispy and flavorful, while the meat was juicy and tender. All the different spices blended beautifully together with the yogurt to create this tasty treat. We baked ours in the oven, as it was snowing here today. Thanks so much for sharing.

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Baby Kato February 20, 2008

This was excellent - the kids ate it up, and it grilled beautifully. It did make about double the amount of marinade I actually needed to cover the thighs, next time I'll probably halve it just to save the spices, or keep it as is and throw another batch in the freezer. (Don't know how yogurt will do in the freezer, tho...) Anyway, for DH and I, we'd probably up the cayenne, but as is, even my 4yo ate it up. Thanks!!

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Gatorbek February 10, 2008

Wow! This is delicious. Only made two changes-left skin on thighs, and baked in oven (too cold to grill today!) We will be trying this one this summer on the grill, while RV'ing! Marinated about 18 hours. Flavors really worked into the meat. I used chipotle chili powder, so got the smokiness that was missing from not grilling. Thanks for posting this keeper!

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Mikekey January 27, 2008
Bombay Chicken