Very flavorful, low fat & slightly spicy hot. Of course, I love hot food, so to some, it may be more "medium hot". I only marinated mine for about 45 minutes. Next time, I will marinate it for a few hours to soak up more of that great flavor. Definitely will have again!
This was delicious.
Very good but not a 5 star
This was a nice dish. I ended up grilling mine on our foreman since its still too cold out here, but it turned out wonderfully juicy and flavorful. It tastes "spicy" as most indian dishes do, but also very complex. You can taste hints of all the different spices rather than one standing out too much. I marinated ours most of the day. It comes out a lovely yellowish color that is sure to brighten any plate!
Excellent Indian Chicken! I loved the blending of the flavors. I marinated for about 6 hours so it had a chance to permeate the meat. Served with Indian rice and some Naan it was a great Indian dinner that my DH and I loved!
Excellent chicken! I almost always enjoy Indian spices, and this combination was very nice. I marinated vegetables in a similar spice mix (rice vinegar with cumin, ginger, coriander, and cayenne pepper) to serve with it.
I cook alot of East Indian. I haven't made this yet, but it sure sounds like Dancer knows what they are doing. I will be trying this one very soon
I used thin sliced chicken breasts and the recipe turned out wonderfully.
This was excellent! It was easy to put together and very low fat. Even with just an hour to marinate it was tasty; next time I'll plan ahead so it can sit longer. I couldn't grill, so I pan fried; and also skipped the final lemon baste.
i had problems with trying to get the marinade to penetrate the chicken in another grilling dish, so I made this one in the oven. It came out pretty good, but I think maybe if I grilled it a bit after it had cooked already, the flavor would have tasted even better. Thanks!