2 Reviews

We really enjoyed the end result but I did have some issues with the recipe as written. After step 2 I have golden onion, garlic and ginger. If I added the chicken at that point and continued cooking for 15 - 20 minutes I would have little burnt black bits of onions etc. so I removed them from the pan before putting the chicken in. I did put the cardamon in with the chicken and I won't do that again because they were burnt little pebbles that I fished out and replaced. Once the meat and onions etc were once again combined I added about a 1/2 cup of broth and then a titch more as the sauce was cooking down to a paste. The taste was worth the effort but I would definitely make the same changes again. Thanks for posting! Made for The bistro Babes ZWT 8

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K9 Owned August 21, 2012

This was really flavorful and rich tasting for only 350 calories (I still used fat free yogurt). The spices used in small amounts give a well rounded flavor profile with the heat so often present in Indian cuisine. Being simply made in one pan is another plus. I do have to say that I needed to add some liquid, chicken broth is what I chose, shortly after putting the yogurt in. Perhaps it was the thick yogurt that I use but there was no way that it was going to cook for 20 mins without being burnt to a cinder. By the time the 20 mins was up it had all cooked down to great sauce. Made for ZWT 8.

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Annacia August 16, 2012
Kashmiri Chicken