These were yummy but needed something else. Maybe red onion pieces in between the chicken and pineapple, but still tasty!
I loved this. So different! Thanks!
WOW!!! Jen, these skewers were awesome! I had a BBQ last night and served 3 different kinds of skewers and these, by far, were the crowd favorite. Everyone raved about this dish, these skewers were the first to go, and I got asked for the recipe twice. I'd say that makes for a 5-star hit! My only modifications were to use low-fat coconut milk, because that was what I had on hand, and to add red onion to each skewer. We marinated the chicken a little over 3 hours. I will definitely, definitely make these again. I think they would be hard to top. Thanks for the great recipe!
If you are a fan of chicken, I highly reccomend this dish. I am not a big fan of bell peppers, but this was really good.
Congratulations Jen! As winner of the Funky Shooz Contest (April 2008) This recipe was chosen along with three others to honor our winner,.. YOU! We made this exactly as written. Very simple to put together, and we loved marinading the chicken seperately. When assembling the skewers, the marinade still covers the fruit and peppers from your fingers. Lots of flavor, and a wonderful presentation as well. :)
These are delicious and the coconut cream was neither overpowering with the blend of flavors balancing each other out just right. The addition of pineapples with it are just terrific and I ate it as is along with the other skewers. Mmmmmmmm. Thanks, Jen Rickmann! Made and reviewed for Asia's Let's Get Skewered Tag game 2008.
These were a tropical paradise on a stick! I served them with coconut rice and it was the perfect compliment. The marinade was so good I couldn't bare to through it away so I put it in a sauce pan and cooked it a little then added some more coconut milk, a little chicken broth and some water and boiled it for about 15 minutes until it made a nice sauce. As it turns out, the chicken was so flavorful it didn't even need it! These would make great appetizers too!