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This is a delicious curry dish! The cool yogurt was a great balance to the curry flavors. I think my pan was too hot when I added the yogurt because it curdled, so make sure your pan is on a low heat and your yogurt is room temp before adding it. Nonetheless, the flavor of the chicken and the sauce was delicious - we really enjoyed - thanks for sharing the recipe!
Indeed, a simple recipe with great taste and a smooth creamy texture, very much my sort of curry! I cut my chicken into bite size pieces, prefer it that way, and since we were only 2, I cut back on the chicken but not on the sauce, so had lots of delicious sauce to enjoy with rice :) I did use a thick yoghurt, of a Greek yoghurt texture.
This was lovely, awalde, thank you, made for PRMR tag game
This chicken had a really good flavor; however, the yogurt sauce did not turn out as shown in the picture. Perhaps I should have used greek yogurt vs. plain yogurt. I will definitely try this dish again and try greek yogurt since it has a thicker consistency than regular yogurt. Made for the AUS/NZ Make My Recipe Tag, November, 2011.
Oh my, this is good! There wasn't anything that I didn't love about it. Loved the curry and yogurt together (used fat free Greek yogurt). It made a perfect summer meal with just a green salad on the side. Easy to make too and who doesn't love that. :D
I enjoyed this but I cut all the spices in half for my taste. I will make this again . thanks for posting.Made for world tour 8
A wonderful blend of spices, just perfect! We loved this dish very much, thanks for sharing it :)
I used greek sheep yoghurt which is very creamy, and instead of ground almonds (I didn't have any) I used roasted almond butter. So the sauce became extremely creamy and smooth. Served this with sweet potato and curried cauliflower.
Made for Holiday Jolly Diabetic Friendly Foods and Game of the Diabetes Forum.
Unfortunately I dropped this dish on the floor. I was able to recover a lot but can't post a nice picture :( What I was able to salvage was delicious.