I added more curry and some garlic salt. Was very quick and tasty. Not quite like traditional brown stew chicken but my Jamaican husband gave it a thumbs up!
Unimpressed. After reading all the other reviews, thought I'd try this recipe. It was rather bland. I added ALOT of salt & ended up topping with Red Hot sauce for more flavor. Liked the ingredients, just not the flavoring. Won't make it again. There are better ones out there for my palate.
I gave it 4 stars as I had to add a lot more spices and garlic to make the flavor pop
Tasty sauce but the sauce was watery/chicken wasnt tender as I had hoped it would be
I made this for dinner tonight and I felt that the dish lacked dimension in terms of flavor. Perhaps it's the kind of dish that tastes better the second day after the flavors have had a chance to mingle for a bit. It wasn't bad, just tasted flat.
The taste and flavor was very vivid. It was not as liquidy as I anticipated (served on a plate instead of a bowl) but that may have been because I used fresh tomatoes instead of canned. Will make again.
Well, whether this is an authentic recipe or not, this stuff is da bomb! Followed the recipe exactly, except for adding a little salt. Also took another reviewer's advice and used a zinfandel wine, which was an excellent suggestion. DH and I both loved it and agreed that it could become highly addictive!
Super easy to prepare and delicious as well! Everyone loved it--although it was a bit spicy (which I enjoy). My dish was brown--I don't know if it's because I let it simmer a bit longer, or what--but it definitely wasn't red. Thanks for posting, Nat Da Brat!
that was ok since its healty
This is very delicious and easy to make. I've never had the traditional brown stew recipe so I can't compare. However this is still really good I doubled the allspice and curry powder for more flavor.