PetitFour and Paul Prudhomme are genious'. I made this for a weeknight meal and found that it may have a lot of ingredients (I did not have the corriander), but was not difficult to put together. I served it over rice as suggested and my husband and I loved the complexity of the sauce. I DEFINITELY will be making this again. Thanks for posting this superb recipe.
This was really good. Perfect with freshly made bread.
This is truly awesome! I served over pasta and my DH loved it!
Delicious. Surprising to me, actually, is it had a bit more of a middle eastern flair, than I normally expect from Paul Prudhomme. But it was great, and my family ate it up! Thanks for the post!
Outstanding in every way. The sauce is heavenly and would be worth making on its own. Thank you.
As with most Prudhomme recipes that I have tried this one has a long list of ingredients, and the preparation requires some time and effort. Don't be intimidated!!! It is well worth it, and your family and/or guests will thank you for it. A couple of notes: 1) Paul Prudhomme also includes 1/4 cup of raisins in the first group of ingredients, and 2)the first group of ingredients takes closer to one hour to form the thick paste that is described, not 10-15 minutes.
This is a fantastic recipe, I wasn't going to be daunted by the list of ingredients, so i made sure I had everything collected and measured out before I started, then the rest was a doddle. I also halved the ingredients and used lemon zest in place of the lemongrass; this is going to be cooked again and again in our family. Thanks
This recipe is AWESOME. The flavors are incredible. I didn't have lemongrass, but it didn't make a difference. The list of ingredients is daunting but is very simple to prepare. What a winner.