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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.

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Chef MB May 09, 2008

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 :-)

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steviemarj January 30, 2010

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.

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MamaRebe January 16, 2010

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!

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Katie Lady March 03, 2008

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.

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Diana #2 January 11, 2008

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.

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quixoposto October 17, 2005

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!

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Julesong May 22, 2005

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 ..

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najwa February 19, 2002

This is very similar to something I've been making for years, although the added ginger is a nice touch.

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Mirj October 28, 2001
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