3 Reviews

The marinade was very good and chicken was flavorful. However, the sauce did not work for me. The only ingridient I missed was ginger, but may be that was the difference. In the sauce recipe - step number 6 calls for cream to be added to the blender, but cream is not listed in the ingridients. I assumed it was soy milk that needed to be added? For those of you shopping for this recipe - it took 2 limes to make 1/2 cup of lime juice and 1 lemon for 1/4 of lemon juice.

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liliya_99 October 12, 2009

Really sensational flavours going on here. I cut back to 1 serving (still 1 1/2 breasts - which was a nice big bite for all of us to try). Like Leggy Peggy, I used brown sugar instead of molasses and more broth (didn't want to purchase soymilk for the recipe, nor did I feel regular milk would suit). The marinade really permeated the chicken. The peanut sauce was well-balanced in flavour - tart, sweet, salty, spicy. Really great recipe!

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evelyn/athens May 27, 2008

A real winner, with a perfect balance of flavours (love the lime). We made a half-batch (600 grams of chicken). We used brown sugar rather than molasses, and doubled the chicken broth (to compensate for a lack of soymilk). It served three easily, with enough leftovers for one lunch. Made and devoured for the Let's Get Skewered Tag Game in the Asian Forum.

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Leggy Peggy May 13, 2008
Chicken Javana