Excellent........had this today and everybody loved it. Thanks so much for an excellent recipe will definitley be making this again.
This was a definate hit, even to my non onion, pepper, tomato loving husband! Can't wait to see if the leftovers are just as good.
Wow. I just cannot believe how much my kids LOVED this. They're even eating the leftovers for breakfast. We made it vegan by using 3 cups of cooked black beans instead of the chicken, coconut oil instead of the butter, and vegetable broth rather than chicken broth--and I added a bit more broth than the recipe calls for since the beans do not produce juices like the chicken would. We served it over short grain brown rice. I think this would be really tasty with sweet potatoes instead of russets, too. This will become a regular in our house!
Very yummy. We really enjoyed this -- even just the aroma as it cooked away in the crock pot drove our roomie crazy! :) Still, we thought that it could use some tweaking... The cayenne seemed to overpower the other flavors, so the next time I make this (and there *will* be a "next time"!), this is what I will do: 1) omit the cayenne altogether, 2) for the tomatoes, use two 15-oz. cans of tomatoes with chilies (which will provide heat without the sharpness of the cayenne), and 3) omit the potatoes, and instead serve it over some coconut-lime rice. Not only would the flavor of the rice accent the flavors in the dish, it would soak up some of the terrific sauce this dish produces. I'm very happy with this, Kittencal. It was wonderfully warming on a very cold Chicago day. Thanks for sharing!
This was so YUMMY! I served it with basmati rice and it was a hit! However, I think the serving size is closer to 10 servings than 4. I'll be having this for lunch all week!
This was WONDERFUL!!! Thank you for posting this recipe! Not only was it easy... but very good and filling. I didn't have coconut milk so I replaced with regular milk and a little half and half.