Fabulous taste and easy to prepare. What more could you ask for! My version of this recipe calls for a tablespoon of curry powder or garam masala instead of 1 tsp of each. My only other change is, I bake the chicken with all the marinade together instead of basting. The pan juices are incredible over...anything! I'm hoping this summer to try this recipe on the grill.
This went down a storm in my house. Even my picky wife loved it. I made double the sauce but left out the hot sauce and the ginger. I also added quite a bit more curry powder and garam massala. Served it with peppers stuffed with cous cous. This will now be a regular meal in our house. Thank you :-)
This was fantastic! I melted everything in a skillet though and sauted cut up chicken breast in it. I poured it over white rice and even the Hubby loved it :) Thanks for a new staple in our menu.
Delightfully sweeter than what I had expected. I didn't add the hot pepper sauce or the ginger (none on hand), but it still turned out great!
This is a wonderfully tasty dish. Not overpowering in sweetness or spice. My breasts were probably smaller :) as I had tons of sauce. I might cut the sauce in half next time....or get bigger breasts. I'm not a fan of ginger, so I left that out. This will definately be made again and again. Easy and tasty. What more could you ask.
This was very good. I put frozen skinless chicken thighs in the pan. Made the sauce skipping the butter. I poured the sauce over the thighs in the pan, then added 1/2 cup of wine, covered it with foil and baked it 45 minutes. The sauce was good over rice.
This is a wonderful recipe! We're going to be making it again and again. :) We did do it a bit differently, but it's the ingredients in the sauce that I feel makes it so delicious. Instead of the skin-on breasts, we used whole skinless. We cut them into bite-sized pieces and browned/simmered them in the sauce instead of baking - so VERY yummy! We served it with sauteed veggies (mushrooms, onion, and fennel). A repeat recipe! :) Hubby fully approved of dinner!
I made this in the crockpot, cooked on low for 6 hours, it was very good .. I mixed the sauce with some cooked rice, the sauce gave it a nice taste and color ..
This is very similar to something I've been making for years, although the added ginger is a nice touch.