Great blend of flavors, and our chicken on the grill was moist (boneless breasts). I served it with mango sauce as an optional topping. I sauteed a batch on the stove top and it was not as good: the chicken "taste" overpowered with the spice blend flavor. I plan to mix the spices here, and give them in gift bottles with instructions to add the last three ingredients to make the "paste."
This was Fantastic! I only had 2 hours for the chicken to marinate. I can't wait to see what this tastes like after all night! I can't wait to serve this to company! We will be making this again and again... Thanks so much for a GREAT recipe!
I love this:0
I use this recipe all the time when I grill chicken thighs to add to jarred curry or masala simmer sauces. I love it so much that I tend to eat at least a thigh or more prior to adding it to the sauce, it's so tasty, and gets a nice little char to it. I highly recommend this.
Oh....my....goodness!!!! This is an awesome recipe! Made for company last night-everyone raved about the flavor and juiciness of the chicken. I used boneless chicken breast, marinated over night and did substitute sour cream for yoghurt (I was out). Mine did come out as a paste, might have been the sour cream-loved...loved it! Thank you for an amazing recipe, will be making again!
I've just re-read this recipe three times now and each reading sends me back to the fridge.
Extremely well received by all. Once I combined the marinade ingredients, I put them into a ziploc large enough to hold all the chicken, in this case boneless breasts. I would not call it a paste, though the marinade is quite thick, especially using Greek yogurt. It is spicy, but deliciously so.
This was amazing! I used boneless, skinless chicken breast. We will make this again!