Great, we all loved it. Its a little spicy for the kids though, i guess we will just have to toughen them up to it. I did find the recipe a little difficult to follow the first time though.
I did everything as written except I substituted coconut milk for both the yogurt in the marinade and the heavy cream in the sauce. This *really* is delicious. Don't forget the fresh cilantro as garnish; it really adds a nice element to the final product. Think of using the cilantro as you might use parmesan on pasta dish: just have a bunch of it out for people to add to their liking. Thank you for the recipe! Will make again and again!
Absolutely amazing! After reading reviews I used coconut milk in place of the whipped cream at the end, and it was great. I had never used coconut milk before and did not realize it was not sweet. Next time I may use plain yogurt as I typically have that on hand and the taste is similar. I can't wait to make this again. I did add extra cayenne and shakes of hot pepper sauce, so next time I may double the jalapeno as we like it very hot. Thanks for the recipe!
Wow, this was amazing...the depth of flavor from the spices was amazing. Cheaper than indian restaurant by far! Only thing I would change is maybe try a lighter cream sauce..it was a tad too rich (lite coconut milk like others seemed to prefer might work) :)
This dish was FABULOUS! My boyfriend devoured it and we are having the left overs tonight. Everything was perfectly spiced (if you don't like spicy stay away from this dish!). The only thing I did differently was double the sauce because we like to dip naan in it!
This is great! We like a lot of sauce so I doubled the tomato sauce and the whipping cream.
Oh yum! This was delicious! Nice and spicy, but not too spicy. Though I did give the little ones a bit of chicken after it had been grilled and before it simmered in the sauce and it was too spicy then for them. They cried. But after it had simmered, they had no problem. We served it up with Naan (20361) and Jeera Rice (230158). Perfect meal!! And, and we used goat yogurt, olive oil instead of butter and goat milk instead of whipping cream because of allergies. The guests did not complain! Too yummy :)
The chicken by itself, without the sauce, tastes amazing. I used a jarred masala sauce from TJs but my family was ready to eat the chicken without the sauce, it was that good.
I have made this dish SEVERAL times and it is always a winner in my house. Even my 3 yr old will eat it. We love eating at Indian restaurants and this recipe is very close to restaurant quality. A definite keeper in my cookbook. Thanks tgobbi!