4 Reviews

This chicken was incredibly delicious - so moist and flavorful. It had all the spices that I love and of course, cilantro is a favorite at our house. Definitely worth every star and then some! This would be a great dish for entertaining and I plan keep this recipe handy. In fact, it is going into my Best of 2012 recipe file. Made for Everyday is a Holiday tag, July, 2012.

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DailyInspiration July 13, 2012

Thanks for sharing yet another incredible recipe, gailanng! The flavor of this dish is just awesome... I loved it. It combines the best of classic Indian flavors that I can't get enough of. I served the chicken with its sauce over a bed of Indian fried rice that was flavored with peaches and cardamom, and the meal turned out to be one of the best we've had in a while. [Reviewed for BEST OF 2012]

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rpgaymer February 12, 2013

I changed so many things that it's not fair to the recipe, really. I don't have a blender, which means that there were chunks of ginger rather than a paste....and the coriander was only chopped also. The flavors were still good, however. It was like a curry but with the wonderful tang of fresh lemon. I think I'd make twice as much sauce the next time. ZWT8

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Debbie R. August 17, 2012

I cut 2 inches of ginger, coarsely chopped (about 2 tablespoons) , added ginger and water in blender which yielded about 1/4 cup of liquid not paste. Was unsure if we wanted a stronger ginger so left it at that. Used 1 cup of loosely packed cilantro- which was too strong for us. Concerning cilantro, I cut off stems but left leaf as is. Chicken was moist and not over cooked. Thank you for sharing.

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WiGal February 10, 2014
Lemony Chicken With Fresh Coriander (Madhur Jaffrey)