A yummy, lovely lemon-colored dish with tasty chicken and a nice creamy gravy that was perfect over steamed rice. I substituted dry white wine for the water and doubled the curry, as we like it a lot! I dumpted everything in a crockpot, including 1/2 cup raisins, and cooked about 5 hours. Ohhhh, so tender and creamy. I sprinkled top with toasted almonds. I will make this again, Served over bed of rice, this makes a pretty and delicious main-course potluck meal.
Just the right amount of curry flavor. This is a quick and easy dish that I will make again.
Since this dish is quick & easy to prepare, its great for a week night dinner. My local market didn't have "fried onions" & I cut the recipe in half for 2 servings. It had just the right amount of spice for our tastes & the sauce was perfect over steamed rice. A green veg completed the meal. Thanx Rita!!
Sorry, I didn't care for this. It was rather bland....I may try again with a red curry paste instead of the powder...and maybe add some coconut milk.
I wanted to make this healthy so I substituted 2 cups of nonfat plain yogurt for the soup. I also added 1/4 c crushed peanuts and a hot Thai chili pepper(chopped). It was very good. I cooked some brown rice in 1/2 water and 1/2 chicken stock and sprinkled in onion powder, garlic powder and a little curry while it was cooking. This went really well with the chicken.
I have really missed curries since starting my diet and this recipe will be my new best friend! It tasted great with some extra spice (everyone's tastes are different!)- I used 2tsp of medium curry powder and 1-2tsp of a Korma spice blend I had. I also added some finely chopped courgette, carrot and broccoli just before the chicken finished cooking and served over basmati rice. Wonderful dinner and very low points!
This was really easy to make and quite good! The taste was good; my "picky" eater had three helpings! Thanks!
This turned out great! I was out of tumeric, so I subbed honey mustard for colour and a little extra honey to bring some sweetness. I used cream of mushroom soup, and used milk instead of water; added in broccoli at the last minute to add some green and crunch. It went over VERY well. A definite remake is in order! Thank you!!!!
Just made this for dinner tonight and I was SO impressed! Delicious and moist chicken with incredible flavor! I rubbed some red curry powder and ginger powder on the chicken breasts then browned them. Since I didn't have Turmeric I used ginger powder in the sauce as well as the red curry powder. I paired this with an Arugula salad using an Asian style dressing. We will definitely be having this again!
I made this about the same as the recipe.I didn't add the tumeric because I didn't have any, and I added probably about 1 Tbl of curry. I didn't add any extra salt. It was fine for me, but some that are used to salting thier dishes may want to add it.
I was very tasty, and my picky 9 yr old ate it with no problem, which is amazing! Next time I will add some red bell pepper when sauteing onions for some extra color and flavor. Yummy!