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I feel the cook time of 120 hours as posted above may be a bit excessive as I found I kept having to add liquid throughout the cooking process. Also, my slow cooker can only be programmed for up to 8 hours, so I found it a little inconvenient to have to reset it so often. After it was finished cooking, the chicken had taken on an almost powdery/pasty quality, so I can only give this recipe 4 stars. I will try adding more chicken broth next time.
This was SOOOO delicious - the flavors come together so well! I was a little wary of the curry powder, but everything blended together, and the taste was incredible. Leftovers were even better the next day! Made for ZWT8.
Wow! Where is the 10 star button when you need it! This was the hit of my family's tour of India. Everyone agreed it was the best dish at the table and we wanted to make it again - soon! Made it with Laurel's Mango Chutney. Another wow. Sorry - I didn't realize the only picture I took of it was on the Thali plate, and it is gone. Thanks so much ChefPotPie!! Made for ZWT8 trip to India.
I've made this chicken several times and it is terrific!!! I've made it exactly as is, I've made it with only 1 jar of chutney, I've made it with chicken breasts and every way its great!! The only thing I do different every time is that I cook it in a heavy pot on the stove rather than crockpot, it takes a couple hours, but is great for a Sunday meal! Thanks for the great recipe!
Wow! What a treat! I separated my chicken quarters into legs and thighs, skipped the green peppers for DH, used 4 large tomatoes diced instead of canned tomatoes and paste and used regular curry powder in the absence of Madras curry powder. I also used homemade mango chutney and didn't have coconutand almonds on hand so skipped them. This dish was great. I will definitely make this again when I have ALL of the ingredients on hand. Reviewed for ZWT4. Thanks for a keeper!