Tasty. I made this for the two of us and used one tiny chicken breast (1/3 #) so the dish would be less meat centric, but kept the other portions pretty much the same, and it worked well. I also used less salt and made it far less spicy in the pepper/red pepper/curry department (I make my own Madras Curry Powder, so it is really hot). The cilantro garnish really adds something to this, I wouldn't skip it. Really good flavors.
Sorry but this wasn't really our taste. We didn't like it at all.
This was definitely different, but in a pleasant way. However, I was surprised that, with the generous amount of spices and the peanut butter, it was not as bursting with flavor as I had expected. Next time, I think I will punch it up a bit more. Made for ZWT4.
I also got this recipe from another site, and couldn't remember where. Thanks for posting it on Recipezaar. Now I can put it in my cookbook.
My family enjoyed this stew. It was simple to prepare. Made as directed, with the exception of the garbanzo beans, as no one in my house likes them. We really didn't taste the peanut butter in the stew, but it added a nice protein rich thickness. I served this on a bed of hot jasmine rice. Will more than likely make again at some point.
I thought this was a very flavorful stew, as you mentioned. My young ones enjoyed it as well - the peanut butter adds a unique taste. Thanks for posting!
I followed the directions exactly.This was very good - it didn't blow me away - but it was definitely worth trying. Thanks!