My roommate and I love this! We find it quite filling and delicious!
I should have followed my gut and not used the tyson frozen chicken tenders. It didn't turn out edible. Next time I try it, I will use normal chicken breast. The recipe itself is a good start to something, I just need to tweak it for our tastes.
We really liked this healthy, tasty recipe. I used 24 ounces of broth instead of the 28 and 1/2 your recipe called for.Mine was a bit on the dry side... next time I will follow more exactly. We still really liked the flavors and DH is looking forward to the leftovers tommorrow. Thanks for the share.
I'm sorry to say, but we just didnâ€™t like this recipe. I don't really think there was anything wrong with the recipe itself. I think maybe we just went too far for our taste buds. We are way too used to Americanized food. Thank you for sharing and giving me the opportunity to give a new type of cuisine a try. From now on I will proceed with a little more caution. ;)
This was great! I substituted onions for the carrots and didn't have turmeric so I used paprika but it tasted great and I will definitely make this again. I may use a bit less broth next time as mine came out a bit watery, but it was great with bread to sop it up!
This was so easy and tasty. I used frozen whole breasts instead of tenders because that's what I had on hand. Shortly before serving I took the chicken out and cut it into chunks (so tender it took 2 seconds) and put it back in. I served it with couscous. Next time I will increase the spices to zip it up a bit and maybe add some raisins. Thanks for this delicious and healthy recipe!
I saw this while browsing the Zaar World Tour cookbook and really wanted to try it. No crockpot here, so I decided to experiment with a stovetop preparation instead. I layered everything in a large sauce pan and brought the pot to boil, then reduced it to the lowest possible flame, covered and let it simmer about 45 mnutes. Because of my conversion to stovetop, I decided to go with thawed chicken. After 45 minutes, I stire it cooked an additional 5 minutes and served over couscous. Oh my was this good, the spices were all in balance and created a distinctive flavor where by the sum was much greater then the parts. My chicken was not quite as tender as I think the recipe intended, so next time I will try frozen also I think I will increase the cooking time 2-3 minutes. Thanks for such a wonderful dish.
I love this recipe. I threw in a handful of dried apricots to add some sweetness. Also made a point of using red lentils, as they cook-up better. Served it with rice and flat bread.