Really good--we liked this a lot. My only problem was that it seemed a little dry. Like another reviewer I wished there had been a sauce to go with it. I ended up making a little more of the marinade and thinning it out some and using that. For flavor though, very good over all--loved the toasted coconut on top!
I really liked this recipie - followed the whole bit as written and did it on the barbeque. However, once it was cooked, BF suggested it needed a sauce so tonight I am serving the leftovers with one I found already prepared & thought I'd share. It's got most of the main flavoring ingredients already in it. Originally I grilled onion quarters and asparagus along with the chicken and tonight the leftovers are going in a stove-top grill pan. The sauce is called "Iron Chef Orange Sauce, Glaze with Ginger" and I can tell by it's sweetness and slightly spicey flavor that it's going to be amazing with the toasted coconut. Also, I topped my servings with sliced green onions and sauteed sliced, fresh shitake mushrooms to serve alongside. I like the dish both ways but the BF is a sauce lover so he got the nod tonight. Thanks Paula for a great and easy dish with loads of flavor!
WOW!! This is one amazing recipe! I made this to go over a couscous recipe, and the two went so well together! I blanched my raisins in boiling water first, to soften them up and make them plump, and when grilling the chicken I used the peanut/orange marinade to continue brushing on the meat while grilling. This recipe is amazing. I have added this to my catering menu and I served it to dinner clients last weekend, they also loved it, compliments all around! Thanks for posting this, it's now one of my all time favourite Zaar recipes :)
This was great. I used chicken thigh fillets & cooked them on the barbeque. Didn't use raisins & put the bell pepper into a salad. Lovely taste & easy to put together. Thanks Paula for this keeper. Made for ZWT4
I made this with pork chops. This is fabulous!!