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This recipe was phenomonal! It was the first time I made Haitian chicken in sauce and when I served it to them, they thought I was a natural! (I never informed them that I was a novice) I did however, add a few extra spices to the sauce and the chicken itself. Curry powder was the ultimate spice that gave this recipe an extra kick! Definitely my permanant way of making Haitian Chicken in Sauce!
This recipe will be added to my rotation!! It is absolutely delicious. I changed a few things when I made it last night, I used a whole chicken which I cut up myself, I used about 5 garlic cloves instead of 3. I didn't have any lemons on hand but I did have lemon juice so I poured on about 1/3C lemon juice and poured it off once the chicken started to turn a little white then I seasoned it well with salt. I also decided to add a medium orange pepper, other then that I followed the recipe as it said. All my husband could say last night was "mmm this is good, really good!". Our major qualm with the recipe (and the reason for only 4 stars) is it wasn't saucy enough. So the next time I make it (and there will be a next time) I'll try doubling the 2-7 ingredients for the sauce and using a bit more scotch bonnet. ( My husband and I like it hot!)
I really loved this. I used a bit more Lime juice in the sauce besides what it called for rubbing onto the chicken...and maybe a little more garlic...I can't seem to get enough garlic in my life...love the stuff!!! Anyway...I cooked it exactly according to recipe...except the tweeking of the garlic and lime juice amounts...and it was absolutely delicious. Tender...juicy...spicy but not so hot that people were looking for a glass of milk. Definitely adding this one to my regular rotation of chicken recipes.