My Mum was born in Burma and came to England in the forties and this was her signature dish and passed down through the family. She found it hard to get ingredients post war but substituted the coconut milk with condensed milk and Spaghetti instead of noodles for those that don't like coconut it still works! My family love it this way I am making it for my daughters 21st Birthday tomorrow.
"it smells sooo good" said my DD as she came home! In effect the delicious smell from the kitchen came from your Burmese Chicken Curry and from the grilled zucchini.
I removed the skin of the chicken as I know my family prefer it in this way and I used a can of chopped tomatoes that I didn't puree. These were the minor changes I did.
The chicken came out very moist and tender as well.
Thanks a lot for sharing this recipe!
Great lunch today !! Great comfort food too. I did noy change anything here. Well enjoyed. Made for 1-2-3 hits.
This was pretty good - I cut the recipe in thirds (I only made 1/3 of this recipe as it is only DH and me). This was very flavorful - perfectly spicy (I wouldn't have added or detracted any heat). Over all, a fine recipe. Made for PRMR, 1/27/09 - NELady.